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Havergal Brian, Sir Adrian Boult - Symphony No. 1 The Gothic mp3
Performer: Havergal Brian, Sir Adrian Boult
Title: Symphony No. 1 The Gothic
Style: Neo-Romantic
Year 2009
Country UK
Label Testament
Catalog Number SBT2 1454
Genre: Classic
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 234
MP3 size: 2102 mb
Record From: 2 × CD, Album

Havergal Brian, Sir Adrian Boult - Symphony No. 1 The Gothic mp3


1I Allegro Assai11:30
2III Vivace11:49
3VI Te Ergo, Quaesumus: Moderato E Molto Sostenuto34:42
4II Lento Espressivo E Solenne10:44
5IV Te Deum Laudamus: Allegro Moderato18:03
6Symphony No 1 In D Minor The Gothic
7Havergal Brian Interviewed For The BBC By J. Behague On 1 January 19666:48
8V Iudex Crederis Esse Venturus: Adagio Solenne E Religioso14:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LP-2601, LP 2601Havergal Brian - Sir Adrian Boult Havergal Brian - Sir Adrian Boult - Gothic Symphony ‎(2xLP)Aries Records , Aries Records LP-2601, LP 2601USUnknown


  • Composed ByHavergal Brian
  • ConductorSir Adrian Boult


Symphony No. 1 in D minor (1919-1927) 'The Gothic'
Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall, October 1966


  • Barcode: 749677145422


  • Recorded At – Royal Albert Hall


The Symphony No. 1 in D minor The Gothic by Havergal Brian is a symphony composed between 1919 and 1927. At around one and three quarter hours, it is among the longest symphonies ever composed with Gustav Mahler's 3rd Symphony, Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji's nine-hour 2nd Organ Symphony and Dimitrie Cuclin's unperformed No. 12 and, along with choral symphonies such as Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony or Mahler's Eighth Symphony, it is one of a few works attempting to use the musically gigantic. Perhaps the ultimate expression of post-Romantic gigantism, Havergal Brian's Symphony No. 1 in D minor, The Gothic 1919-1927, is certainly the composer's vastest symphony, dwarfing any of his other 31 symphonies in length and size of forces, and challenging to any ensembles, soloists, and choruses that attempt to perform it. From the first professional performance of Havergal Brian's legendary Gothic Symphony, given by enormous choral and orchestral forces under Sir Williams: Symphony No. 1 - A Sea Symphony - Sir Adrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Related links: Top tracks by Sir Adrian Boult, BBC Symphony Orchestra. Top tracks of the 2010s. Top tracks of 2010. Brian: Symphony No. 1 The Gothic rankings. Your feedback for Brian: Symphony No. 1 The Gothic. Listen free to Havergal Brian BRIAN: Symphony No. 1, 'The Gothic' Symphony No. 1 in D Minor, The Gothic: Part 1: I. Allegro assai: section 1, Symphony no. 1 Gothic: Part 1: I. Allegro assai: section 2 and more. 46 tracks 111:05. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Havergal Brians first symphony, a monumental spectacle sub-labeled The Gothic , is akin to Arnold Schoenbergs Gurrelieder, both exemplifying the gluttonous proportions of how far Late-Romanticisms could be pushed, and Brian certainly pushes the boundaries with expansive and experimental orchestrations including organ, a vocal focus with excessive multi-part choral writing following in Berliozs footsteps with baffling choral complexities. experience and the long game more than immediate entertainment and musical gratification, although there are plenty of visceral thrills to be had here. The d-minor key of the Gothic Symphony, especially in the first 36-minute. Symphony no. 1 in D minor The Gothic: Part 2. Iudex crederis esse venturus: Adagio molto solenne e reliogioso on 1966-10-30. composer: Havergal Brian composer from 1919 until 1927. Status: Official. Sir Adrian Boult uses a megaphone at rehearsals for the 1966 performance. Photograph: Lewis Foreman Collection. John Grimshaw sets crossword puzzles for the Times. His other passion is the composer Havergal Brian. He thinks the two may be connected. I've often felt there is something like puzzle-solving in Brian's works, says Grimshaw, who is chairman of the Havergal Brian Society. This Sunday, Brian's Symphony No 1 the Gothic, the longest symphony in the world at an hour and three quarters, and also the most labour-intensive, demanding almost 200 orchestral players and a chorus of 800 will be played at the Proms. Part 1: I. Allegro assai: section 1. Havergal Brian. BRIAN: Symphony No. 1, 'The Gothic'. Allegro assai: section 2. Allegro assai: section 3. Allegro assai: section 4