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Sym 1/8 [Import]

N.W. Gade Audio CD

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1. Moderato Con Moto - Allegro Egergico
2. Scherzo: Allegro Risoluto Quasi Presto
3. Andantino Grazioso
4. Finale: Molto Allegro Ma Con Fuoco
5. Allegro Molto E Con Fuoco
6. Allegro Moderato
7. Andantino
8. Finale: Allegro Non Troppo E Marcato

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gade; a splendid Danish symphonist Jan. 11 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have the 4 CD set of Gade's complete symphonies, and they are truly splendid works of musical art. Gade was not at first recognized as a serious composer in his home country of Denmark, and it was only after Mendelssohn championed his works that he became more well-known. The symphonies are in the typical Romantic period idiom, with beautiful melodies throughout. These recordings are probably the most complete that one would be able to find; other recordings of Gade's music exist, but this set is truly a benchmark. The recordings are full digital, and the performances are first-rate. The program notes booklet states that the Stockholm Sinfonietta consists of players from three of the major Swedish orchestras in and around the capital. As indicated by my five-star rating of these recordings, they come highly recommended.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gade; a splendid Danish symphonist Jan. 11 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have the 4 CD set of Gade's complete symphonies, and they are truly splendid works of musical art. Gade was not at first recognized as a serious composer in his home country of Denmark, and it was only after Mendelssohn championed his works that he became more well-known. The symphonies are in the typical Romantic period idiom, with beautiful melodies throughout. These recordings are probably the most complete that one would be able to find; other recordings of Gade's music exist, but this set is truly a benchmark. The recordings are full digital, and the performances are first-rate. The program notes booklet states that the Stockholm Sinfonietta consists of players from three of the major Swedish orchestras in and around the capital. As indicated by my five-star rating of these recordings, they come highly recommended.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gade Symphonies Dec 31 2000
By Steve Rogers - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
One of the most underrated symphonists ever! His complete symphonies would add a wonderfuly beautiful collection of music to any library. If you only want one to start with then the Symphonys 1/8 from Jarvi is a must. it's top-notch, thumbs up and 5 stars (and all that stuff!)
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Little Uneven, but Worth a Listen March 5 2013
By J. R. Trtek - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
One of four discs in a complete cycle of the eight symphonies by Danish composer Niels Gade, this album contains the composer's first and last ventures into the form, ably played by the Stockholm Sinfonietta under Neeme Jarvi. Both the No. 1 and No. 8 sound very much like Mendelssohn a good part of the time, but the latter work is the more mature and interesting, as one might expect. On the whole, Gade makes for a somewhat engaging alternative to the likes of Schumann and Mendelssohn, though I must confess that I often find the music in these two symphonies to be just a little aimless, with a sense of waiting for another shoe to drop -- a prime exception to that statement being the final movement of the Eighth Symphony, which truly goes somewhere and which I find to be the most compelling track on the disc. These performances, along with the remaining ones in this full cycle, have since been reissued by BIS in a bargain set, and it's in that edition that I suggest you buy them.

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