Schubert: The Ten Symphonies/Neville Marriner

Soundbite 60

Here we write a short précis of a CD or DVD giving you a concise summary in a sixty-word soundbite

0 of 5 stars
Schubert
Symphony No.1 in D, D82
Symphony No.2 in B flat, D125
Symphony No.3 in D, D200
Symphony No.4 in C minor, D417 (Tragic)
Symphony No.5 in B flat, D485
Symphony No.6 in C, D589
Symphony No.8 in B minor, D759 (Unfinished) [Scherzo comp. & orch. Brian Newbould; finale taken from Schubert’s music for Rosamunde]
Symphony No.9 in C, D944 (Great)
Schubert, realised Newbould
Symphony No.7 in E minor/major, D729
Symphony No.10 in D, D936a
Schubert, comp. & orch. Newbould
Symphonic Fragments in D, D615 & 708a

Reviewed by: Colin Anderson

Reviewed: December 2010
CD No: NEWTON CLASSICS 8802033 (6 CDs)
Duration: 6 hours 6 minutes

Collected here are the seven-and-a-half symphonies we know Schubert composed plus the two-and-a-half that Brian Newbould has realised from sketches (the two halves now combine to finish the ‘Unfinished’) plus other Newbould-fulfilments of Fragments. Thus this comprehensive set of Schubert’s symphonism, enjoying Marriner’s crisp and stylish conducting, with well-judged-articulate tempos and ‘modern’-playing application, is recommendable for extending our Schubertian appreciation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Share This
Skip to content