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It has none of the expansive mellowness of old age - at one hour 41 minutes, it's as fast as Rene Jacobs' acclaimed original-instrument recording and 15 minutes quicker than Bernstein's set also made with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
On this exciting new RCA recording, Davis has at his command the vivid, virtuoso Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and its beautifully balanced chorus, as well as a couple of the most brilliant of a new generation of heroic singers (including two incomparable Canadian tenors).
Dvorak Symphony No 9 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Nelsons Nearly six years ago Andris Nelsons conducted Dvorak's New World Symphony with the CBSO at a private test of the acoustics of Birmingham's newly-refurbished Town Hall, and what turned out to be a spectacularly successful audition for the principal conductorship of the orchestra.
His only previous CD, of the two Shostakovich violin concertos with German violinist Arabella Steinbacher and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, won a major prize in Germany.
On Saturday Mariss Jansons brings his highly-regarded Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra to Symphony Hall for its only appearnce in England on its present tour.
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis (RCA Red Seal 82876 60388 2 It is the 'etc' which brings the added delight to this budget-price five-disc set from RCA Red Seal's 'Complete Collections' series, containing all of Brahms' major orchestral music in wonderful accounts from the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under Sir Colin Davis.
His second choice, Mozart's Requiem Benedictus, recorded by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, seemed to underline IDS's image as a decent, if rather dull, cove.
Henryk Szeryng is the glorious soloist in Berg's Violin Concerto, and Rafael Kubelik's splendid Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra accompanies sympathetically throughout.
Connecting thread in all three readings is the innately sympathetic response of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under the legendary Rafael Kubelik, playing with character and personality and complemented by a strong recorded sound.
Lorin Maazel's Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra collaborated with subtle refinement, with particularly mellow obbligati from clarinet and bassoon.