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The symphonies have been reissued with a complement - but Conlon doesn't do them full justice 4 Feb. 2010
By Discophage - Published on Amazon.com
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Conlon's recording of Bruch's three symphonies was first published in 1993, but it has now been reissued with the not unsubstantial filler of Bruch's Concerto for 2 Pianos and a few piano pieces (recorded in 1973 and 1974): Bruch: Symphonies 1-3, Concerto for 2 Pianos. The Concerto is a late piece (1915), after a Suite for Orchestra and Organ from 1904, composed for two American sister pianists who apparently took the manuscript with them to the US, where it was forgotten... and rediscovered by the very pianists who made that recording. In 1915, two years after The Rite of Spring, Bruch still composed as he would have fifty years before.

Though the Concerto and piano pieces (following the models of Mendelssohn and Schumann) aren't very significant compositions, they do rule out the original set, with its absence of any filler - especially when sold at a higher price than the reissue.

Conlon's recording came in direct competition with the earlier one of Masur (recorded between 1983 and 1988, Bruch: The 3 Symphonies, Swedish Dances (Schwedische Tanze)), and the reissue still does, since Masur has also been reissued on a budget series, with the complement of three tidbits for Violin and Orchestra (Bruch: The Complete Symphonies). Conlon had, by a wide margin, the better sonics (Masur's East German recording sounds muffled and blunts the edges, erasing many details from the brass and woodwinds), but interpretively, he almost constantly solemnized and "brucknerized" the music, adopting tempos slower than Bruch's metronome marks (sometimes to the point of distortion). Masur's more urgent and dynamic readings conveyed more of the symphonies' sweep and turbulent romantic passion.

See my detailed review of the reissue for more developments.
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