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These are Tr. Havergal Brian : Tr. Mosfilm Studio, Moscow, Russia, May The blurb at the top of the back side of this CD says, "Orthodox in its four movement structure, but, according to the composer, 'very unorthodox inside,' Havergal Brian's Sym. In , however, following the death of his beloved daughter, Brian dedicated his forty year old symphony to her memory. Scored for a big orchestra which calls, among other requirements, for 16 horns, 3 sets of tympani, 2 pianos and organ, the symphony includes a furious ostinato-scherzo, and a tragic funeral march entirely conceived in Brian's own terms, yet unafraid to evoke echoes of Siegfried's Funeral March from Die Gotterdammerung.

I have long been a fan of this conductor. I am exceedingly happy that DGG released all of his recordings in two boxed sets. A conductor who largely gained an international reputation from his recordings died too young. Surprising how many people don't give him much recognition, but he sure deserves it. Stylish is a good word for his conducting. He recorded for other labels as well, primarily Odeon in the early years, and some good material on Audite. I have been seeking all those recordings, too. Lance G.