With this recording of the Third Symphony, the GRAMMY winning combination of Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra completes their Brahms Symphonies Cycle on Channel Classics. The recording commenced one day prior to Hungary closing it's borders on September 1st, 2020. Engineer/Producer Jared Sacks had just arrived from The Netherlands. Despite the lockdown, the venue remained accessible, and the recording could be completed. It is coupled here with the Serenade No.2.
With this recording of the Third Symphony, the GRAMMY winning combination of Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra completes their Brahms Symphonies Cycle on Channel Classics. The recording commenced one day prior to Hungary closing it's borders on September 1st, 2020. Engineer/Producer Jared Sacks had just arrived from The Netherlands. Despite the lockdown, the venue remained accessible, and the recording could be completed. It is coupled here with the Serenade No.2.
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Brahms: Symphony No.3, Serenade No.2
Artist: Budapest Festival Orchestra / Ivan Fischer
Format: CD
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Brahms: Symphony No.3 in F Major Op.90 - Allegro Con Brio
2. Brahms: Symphony No.3 in F Major Op.90 - Andante
3. Brahms: Symphony No.3 in F Major Op.90 - Poco Allegretto
4. Brahms: Symphony No.3 in F Major Op.90 - Allegro - Un Poco Sostenuto
5. Brahms: Serenade No.2 in a Major Op.16 - Allegro Moderato
6. Brahms: Serenade No.2 in a Major Op.16 - Scherzo: Vivace
7. Brahms: Serenade No.2 in a Major Op.16 - Adagio Non Troppo
8. Brahms: Serenade No.2 in a Major Op.16 - Quasi Menuetto
9. Brahms: Serenade No.2 in a Major Op.16 - Rondo: Allegro

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With this recording of the Third Symphony, the GRAMMY winning combination of Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra completes their Brahms Symphonies Cycle on Channel Classics. The recording commenced one day prior to Hungary closing it's borders on September 1st, 2020. Engineer/Producer Jared Sacks had just arrived from The Netherlands. Despite the lockdown, the venue remained accessible, and the recording could be completed. It is coupled here with the Serenade No.2.