Monday, November 22, 2010

Brahms - Symphony No. 4, Ein Deutsches Requiem - Jochum, Tennstedt, LPO (stereo)

 


 

 

 

 

Review:

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The same London Philharmonic that sounds bored out of its collective mind on Wolfgang Sawallisch's Brahms cycle here seems to be playing on the edge of itsKlaus Tennstedt seat. Eugen Jochum's much more positive direction is certainly at least partially responsible. He's a tremendously inspiriting Brahms conductor, and these are performances full of fire and passion. The Fourth Symphony comes separately, coupled with Klaus Tennstedt's German Requiem, and at the twofer price, these are four CDs not to be missed. --David Hurwitz

 

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