Symphonies No. 1–8 / Gesangsszene

CD 1, 1–5 Symphony No. 1 „Versuch eines Requiems“ // 27:45
CD 1, 6–7 Symphony No. 3 // 35:11
CD 2, 1 Adagio (Symphony No. 2) // 14:54
CD 2, 2–4 Symphony No. 4 // 31:49
CD 2, 5–8 Symphonie concertante (Symphony No. 5) // 16:10
CD 3, 1–2 Symphony No. 6 // 23:18
CD 3, 3–4 Symphony No. 7 // 26:46
CD 4, 1–2 Symphony No. 8 // 23:47
CD 4, 3 Gesangsszene // 24:11

Symphonies No. 1–8

CD 1, 1–5 Symphony No. 1 “Versuch eines Requiems” // 26:10
CD 1, 6 Adagio (Symphony No. 2) // 16:55
CD 1, 7–8 Symphony No. 3 // 32:01
CD 2, 1–3 Symphony No. 4 // 30:47
CD 2, 4–6 Symphony No. 5 // 15:48
CD 2, 7–8 Symphony No. 6 // 25:24
CD 3, 1–2 Symphony No. 7 // 27:32
CD 3, 3–4 Symphony No. 8 // 23:36

Symphonien Nr. 1–6

CD 1, 1–5 I. Symphonie “Versuch eines Requiems” // 26:43
CD 1, 6 Adagio (II. Symphonie) // 15:27
CD 1, 7–8 III. Symphonie // 30:24
CD 2, 1–3 IV. Symphonie // 33:07
CD 2, 4–6 Symphonie concertante (V. Symphonie) // 16:14
CD 2, 7–8 VI. Symphonie // 22:30

  • Year
  • 2011
  • Label
  • EMI Classics

Symphony No. 3

Symphony No. 3

for large orchestra
Die Symphonie wurde im Auftrag von Radio München geschrieben und ist seinem Intendanten Herrn Rudolf von Scholtz gewidmet [“The symphony was commissioned by Radio München and is dedicated to its artistic director Rudolf von Scholtz”]

1st movement (Largo/Allegro) based on the 1st and 5th movement of the symphony “Klagegesang (1944/45), 2nd movement (Adagio) based on the 1st movement of “Sinfonia tragica (1940/43)

I Largo ma non troppo – Allegro con fuoco (virtuose Fuge) [“virtuoso fugue”]
II Adagio

Performance duration: 35′

First performance: November 17, 1950, musica viva, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks (Conductor: Erich Schmid)

  • Year
  • 1948/49
  • Archivalienkategorie
  • Werke