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The following is a CD list of the symphony No.3 in D Minor by the Austrian composer Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). The discography description is based on the following key:

C = conductor, O = orchestra, R = recorded date and place, N = CD number and Label, VPO = Vienna Philharmonic, BPO = Berlin Philharmonic, CSO = Chicago Symphony Orchestra, DG = Deutsche Grammophon, V = version, * = Yutaka recommends, ** = Yutaka highly recommends
**C: Asahina, Takashi (1908-2001)
O: Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra
R: Studio 10/03-10/06 1993 Osaka Philharmonic Hall
N: Canyon PCCL-00210
V: 3rd version Leopold Nowak
Asahina Notes: You can order this from HMV Japan http://www.hmv.co.jp/index.asp?lang=en. Check this HMV Japan site for other Asahina Bruckner recordings.

*C: Asahina, Takashi (1908-2001)
O: Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra
R: Live 07/26/1984 Osaka Festival Hall
N: VICC 40190-93 Japan
V: 1877 Leopold Nowak
Asahina Notes: 1st Mov. 20:00 2nd Mov. 15:12 3rd Mov. 7:43 4th Mov. 17:15
One of the greatest Bruckner conductors and one of the very few non-European to make the extensive Bruckner recordings. According to the Asahina biographical publication, as of June 1997, there were three versions of the complete Bruckner symphony live recordings conducted by Asahina and 7 versions of Asahina's Bruckner 8th. For a summary of the complete Bruckner symphony recordings by Asahina and various versions of 8th, see the following publication:
Asahina Takashi Eiko no Kiseki (In Japanese). 1997 Tokyo, Japan: Ongaku no Tomo sha.
For the summary of the seven versions of the 8th see "Asahina Notes" below.

C: Blomstedt, Herbert (1927-)
O: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
N: 2006 Querstand Records VKJK 0507, B0009K2TT6
Blomstedt Notes: His other Bruckner symphony recordings include 4 (with San Francisco, 95 London 443 327-2), 6 (with San Francisco, 1990 London CD 436 129-2), 7 (with Gewandhaus, Querstand VKJK 0708 and with Staatskapelle Dresden, Denon COCO-70489, 38C37-7286, 1993 B00000DTOK), 8 (Querstand VKJK-0604, Bar Code 4025 796 006049) and 9 (with Gewandhaus, 1995 London CD 458 964-2).

C: Gielen, Michael (1927-)
O: SWF Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, SWR Baden-Baden and Freiburg Symphony Orchestr
N: 2001 Hanssler Classics CD93.031, Bar Code 0 4088830312 1, B00005Y4NM
V: 1876/1877
Gielen Notes: 1st Mov. 18:29 2nd Mov. 15:43 3rd Mov. 6:55 4th Mov. 14:08. This CD also includes Lohengrin prelude 1 (8:06) and 3 (3:23). Haenssler Classic website is http://haenssler-classic.de.

C: Haitink, Bernard (1929- )
O: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
N: 2005 Decca 002894756740
V: 1877
Haitink Notes: Part of complete (0-9) Bruckner symphony recordings by Haitink. ASIN # is B0009A41VU.

*C: Haitink, Bernard (1929- )
O: VPO
R: 12/88 Vienna
N: 1990 Philips 422 411-2 Bar Code 0 28942 24112 1
V: 1877
Haitink Notes: 1st Mov. 21:21 2nd Mov. 16:58 3rd Mov. 7:30 4th Mov. 15:40

C: Haenchen, Harmut (1943-)
O: Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
N: 1991 Delta 14002, Bar Code 0 1811-14002-2 0, B000001VFJ
V: 1889
Haenchen Notes: 1st Mov. 22:00 2nd Mov. 14:17 3rd Mov. 6:12 4th Mov. 11:20

**C: Inbal, Eliahu (1936- )
O: Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Frankfurt
R: September 1982 Alte Oper Farankfurt
N: 1993 Teldec LC 6019, Bar Code 4509-91445-2, Elektra / Wea B00000E8R0
Warner Classics International NY
V: 1873 Original
Inbal Notes: 1st Mov. 24:00 2nd Mov. 18:51 3rd Mov. 6:07 4th Mov. 16:14
Part of the Complete (0-9) Bruckner symphony recordings. Like Georg Tintner, Inbal is one of the very few conductors that created the Bruckner recording based on the original. Compare Titner, Inbal with others.

C: Jochum, Eugen (1902-1987)
O: Staatskapelle Dresden
N: 1995 EMI Classics 7243 5 68653 27, B00004YAOT
V: 1888/89
Jochum Notes:
1st Mov. 20:50 2nd Mov. 15:39 3rd Mov. 7:40 4th Mov. 11:02
This is part of Jochum's second complete Bruckner symphonies recording. The above disc includes symphony #7. The first complete Bruckner symphonies are performed by BPO and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, under the DG label.
EMI Notes: Other EMI Bruckner releases include titles by Celibidache, Furtwangler, Klemperer, Maazel, Tennstedt and Welster-Most.

C: Masur, Kurt (1927-)
O: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
N: BMG 8287660395-2
R: 01/09-01/12 & 01/20-21/78 Paul-Gerhardt Kirche, Leipzig
V: 1889
Masur Notes: 1st mov. 21:50, 2nd mov. 14:37, 3rd mov. 7:20 and 4th mov. 14:25. Part of the complete (1-9) Bruckner symphony recordings made in the 70s with Gewandhaus.

C: Matacic, Lovro Von (1899-1985)
O: Philharmonic Orchestra of London
Matacic Notes: One of the greatest Bruckner conductors besides Asahina, Knappertsbusch and Schuricht. Other Matacic Bruckner symphony recordings are: 4 (Philharmonic Orchestra of London 1995 Testament B000003XIW), 5 (with Orchestr Ceská Filharmonie 2007 Supraphon B000N6UGOQ and with Orchestre National de France Valois B0007DDR14), 7 (Czech PO 2004 Supraphon B0002JP5A4), 8 ( Japanese label Co Co 78551 Nippon Columbia Japan, B000M1EZYY) and 9 (VPO Tower Records / Universal Japan B000V8WQOV and Czech PO 2006 Supraphon B000F11Q8M). I strongly recommend the 5th with Orchestre National de France.

*C: Schuricht, Carl (1880-1967)
O: VPO
R: 12/02-12/04/1965 Grosser Musikvereinsaal, Vienna
N: Preiser Records 90409 Bar Code 7 1728190409 4
V: 1889
Schuricht Notes: In addition to Asahina, Knappertsbusch and Matacic, he is one of the greatest Bruckner conductors. I highly recommend his 7th recorded in September, 1964 with Hague Symphony Orchestra. This recording is part of the 10 disc stereo Schuricht collection (also includes Wagner, Robert Schuman, Schubert, Handel, Mozart, Bach, Johann Strauss II, Brahms, Weber, Nicolai and Mendelssohn) entitled "The Concert Hall Recordings" Scribendum CDs. The set is produced in 2003 by SilverOak Music Entertainment Ltd. The number is SC011. The set is available from SilverOak Music Entertainment http://www.silveroakmusic.com or HMV Japan http://www.hmv.co.jp/index.asp?lang=en

**C: Szell, George (1897-1970)
O: Cleveland Orchestra
N: 1994 Sony Classical SB2K 53519 Bar Code 0 7464-53519-2,
Webpage: Sony Classical
http://www.sonyclassical.com
V: 1888/89; ed.: Leopold Nowak
Szell Notes: 1st 20:03 2nd 15:27 3rd 5:53 4th 12:21 Other Szell Bruckner symphony included in this package is 8.

**C: Tintner, Georg (1917-1999)
O: Royal Scottish National Orchestra
R: Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, Scotland 08/27-08/28/98
N: Naxos 8.55345, Bar Code 7 3009944542 9, B000009OMA
V: 1873 Original version, ed. Nowak
Webpage: Naxos http://www.naxos.com
Tintner Notes: Part of Complete (0-9) Bruckner symphony recordings . Like Eliahu Inbal, Tintner is one of only a few conductors who created the Bruckner recording based on the original. The Original version of the eighth is very different from the more frequently played Haas and Nowak versions. For example, in the first movement, brilliant extra 30 bars of Fortissimo is added in the Coda of the original and the ending of the fourth movement unison is missing in the original. Compare Titner, Inbal with others.

*C: Wand, Gunter (1912-2002)
O: NDR-Sinfonieorchester
R: Live at Musikhalle Hamburg 01/12/92 - 01/14/92
N: RCA Victor 09026-61374-2 Bar Code 0 09026-61374-2
V: 1889
Wand Notes: 1st Mov. 20:55 2nd Mov. 13:10 3rd Mov. 6:44 4th Mov. 12:43

**C: Young, Simone (1961-)
O: Hamburg State Philharmonic Orchestra
R: Laeiszhalle, Hamburg
V: 1873 Original
N: 2007 Oehms Classics OC 624, Format: SACD, B000NJLX0Y
Young Notes: 1st Mov. 25:26 2nd Mov. 19:20 3rd Mov. 06:40 4th Mov. 17:09
One of the promising Bruckner conductors besides Christian Thielemann.

Other Bruckner Conductors

Other Bruckner Conductors not listed above include;

Barenboim, Daniel (1942- )
Bohm, Karl (1894-1981)
Celibidache, Sergiu (1912-1996)
Chailly, Riccardo (1953-)
Eichhorn, Kurt (1908-1994)
Dohnanyi, Christoph von (1929-)
Furtwangler, Wilhelm (1886-1954)
Harnoncourt, Nikolaus (1929-)
Horenstein, Jascha (1898-1973)
Karajan, Herbert von (1908-1989)
Knappertsbusch, Hans (1888-1965)
Maazel, Lorin Varencove (1930-)
Ormandy, Eugene (1899-1985)
Rahbari, Alexander (Ali) (1948-)
Rozhdestvensky, Gennady Nikolajevich (1931-)
Solti, George (1912-1997)
Sinopoli, Giuseppe (1946-2001)
Skrowaczewski, Stanislaw (1923-)
Tennstedt, Klaus (1926-1998)
Walter, Bruno (1876-1962)
Welser-Most, Franz (1960-)


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