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Following their much-praised Schubert recording ('the most thrilling account of Schubert's last symphony', BBC Music Magazine), Maxim Emelyanychev and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra are reunited for their highly anticipated second album on Linn, this time performing Mendelssohn's Symphonies Nos. 3 & 5. Inspired by the natural beauty of Scotland - and what better way to celebrate SCO's 50th anniversary in 2023 than the 'Scottish' Symphony! - No. 3 has a fiery character well suited for the 'dynamic, energetic and exciting to watch' conductor Maxim (The Guardian). Despite it's numbering, No. 5 (known as the 'Reformation') is an early work which evokes the struggles and triumph of Protestantism. It's final chorale based on Luther's much celebrated 'Ein feste Burg' draws the album to a reaffirming end.
Following their much-praised Schubert recording ('the most thrilling account of Schubert's last symphony', BBC Music Magazine), Maxim Emelyanychev and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra are reunited for their highly anticipated second album on Linn, this time performing Mendelssohn's Symphonies Nos. 3 & 5. Inspired by the natural beauty of Scotland - and what better way to celebrate SCO's 50th anniversary in 2023 than the 'Scottish' Symphony! - No. 3 has a fiery character well suited for the 'dynamic, energetic and exciting to watch' conductor Maxim (The Guardian). Despite it's numbering, No. 5 (known as the 'Reformation') is an early work which evokes the struggles and triumph of Protestantism. It's final chorale based on Luther's much celebrated 'Ein feste Burg' draws the album to a reaffirming end.
691062066723

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Format: CD
Label: LINN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/03/2023
UPC: 691062066723

Symphonies Nos. 3 & 5
Artist: Mendelssohn / Emelyanychev / Scottish Chamber Orc
Format: CD
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Following their much-praised Schubert recording ('the most thrilling account of Schubert's last symphony', BBC Music Magazine), Maxim Emelyanychev and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra are reunited for their highly anticipated second album on Linn, this time performing Mendelssohn's Symphonies Nos. 3 & 5. Inspired by the natural beauty of Scotland - and what better way to celebrate SCO's 50th anniversary in 2023 than the 'Scottish' Symphony! - No. 3 has a fiery character well suited for the 'dynamic, energetic and exciting to watch' conductor Maxim (The Guardian). Despite it's numbering, No. 5 (known as the 'Reformation') is an early work which evokes the struggles and triumph of Protestantism. It's final chorale based on Luther's much celebrated 'Ein feste Burg' draws the album to a reaffirming end.
        
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