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  • Orchestra: Berlin Philharmonic
  • Conductor: Eugen Jochum
  • Composer: Anton Bruckner
  • Audio CD (11 Aug. 2010)
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Number of Discs: 9
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: DG
  • ASIN: B00006YXOX
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
There probably isn't a single Bruckner symphony set which delivers on all counts, but Eugen Jochum always had something special to say in this repertoire. More so than his most obvious rival Karajan (also on DG), Jochum conveys the spiritual angle of Bruckner's inspiration, and effectively marries sufficient grandeur to sustain the long lines. The Fourth and Fifth are the most successful, but the remainder are all well worth listening to, and revisiting. This set is to be preferred to Jochum's later EMI set in both performance and sound quality.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Colin Fortune VINE VOICE on 10 Oct. 2006
Format: Audio CD
This was the first integral set of Bruckner Symphonies to be recorded in stereo and represents Jocum's ecstatic-poetic approach rather better than the later EMI Dresden recordings. Depending on your mood - and if you know the symphonies already - some performances will either transfix you with delght or make you very annoyed. And that is true of the same disc listened to twice but on different days! Really worth getting because of the stature of Jochum in the history of Bruckner interpretation but not to be had just as your only set. I suggest supplementing it with the excellent Barenboim/BPO box which is available at a slightly cheaper price.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Sine Nomine on 24 Jan. 2012
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For the Bruckner novice there are three points of reference - Karajan, Wand and Jochum - that will offer guidance to the uninitiated. Karajan - imperious and peerless in Bruckner - favours the long-line approach, with flowing legato coupled to a pronounced structural emphasis. Wand holds the middle ground; his Bruckner is more flexible - tempi not quite so strict/metronomic as Karajan's, but lacking Karajan's rhythmic bite and seismic power - dramatic intensity is somewhat underplayed, as is the epic dimension of these symphonies. Nonetheless, Wand's Bruckner is less hard-driven in the climaxes and there is, perhaps, a greater subtlety in his dynamic gradation and phrasing when compared to Karajan - Wand's emphasis is on lyricism, not architecture, as such. Jochum also inclines to Schubertian lyricism, however, there is a deep spirituality - dare one say honesty - and a Furtwanglerian "living for the moment" which humanises Bruckner's granite hewn monoliths. However, Jochum's style of Bruckner conducting can divide opinion...

Jochum's detractors - and they are many - will over-emphasize his tendency for "erratic gear-changes" and pauses. Jochum, like Bruckner, began his career as an organist and this strongly influenced his understanding of Bruckner's soundworld. That familiarity with the acoustics - reverberation, echo effects, pauses, etc - of church organ playing imbues Jochum's Bruckner recordings with an authentcity/authority of unquestionable integrity. Jochum has mastered his subject - this is echt Bruckner!
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