Moore, Ralph (April 2019). “Anton BRUCKNER (1824-1896) Symphony No. 9 in D minor (1894 original version, ed. Nowak 1951, finale based on original sources supplemented and completed by Gerd Schaller, revised version 2018) Philharmonie Festiva/Gerd Schaller”. MusicWeb International. Anton Bruckner’s string quintet is one of the unknown works of the composer.
Philharmonie Festiva is a symphony orchestra consisting of selected, high-calibre musicians from leading German orchestras, which was brought into being by its conductor Gerd Schaller in 2008 and caused a sensation internationally, especially through its Bruckner recordings. is a large-scale project by the conductor Gerd Schaller with the aim of performing the essential works of Anton Bruckner in their most crucial versions on the concert stage until the composer’s 200th birthday in 2024 and recording them on CD. Gerd Schaller (2018).
Symphony no. 9, supplemented after original sources and completed by Gerd Schaller. Ries & Erler, Berlin, ISMN M-013-51487-8. In his completion of the coda of the final movement, Schaller draws on themes and motives from across Bruckner’s works in the form of a compositional retrospective with building-blocks from earlier symphonies, choral symphonic works and thematic references to other movements of the Ninth. Review, Completion (October 25, 2016). “Bruckner Symphony No. 9 completed by Schaller”.
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Bruckner Insiders. of America, Bruckner Society (June 1, 2016).
“Conductor, Gerd Schaller to Receive Kilenyi Medal”. News. It may have been known to a select few, but most of the people who ever owned or knew about the Allegro Royale LP of the Bruckner Symphony No. 3 conducted by “Gerd Rubahn” never knew who the actual performers really were.
gerd-schaller.de (Personal website) (in German). Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Gerd Anton Ries has been listed as a noteworthy biochemist by Marquis. Gerd Anton Ries, German biochemist.
But thanks to some newly shared information and some audio comparisons, we can finally confirm that the German conductor, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt leading the Northwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra are the actual performers. The search and discovery are detailed in my updated essay and a compact disc of the performance is now being offered. Schaller, Gerd (January 1, 2010). “Biographie” [Biography].
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Wrong, according to Gerd Schaller – who has now edited the piece for a large orchestra and recorded it on CD with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra. 2018 Gerd Schaller has prepared an orchestral version of Bruckner’s string quintet, the first for full orchestra. The original chamber polyphony of the five solo string players is retained in his strategy of arrangement, but at the same time much symphonic material is incorporated. It’s a Classical-Romantic arrangement with doubled woodwinds, four horns, two trumpets, three trombones and timpani to preserve the structures of the original composition and at the same time reinforce the symphonic content. Gerd Schaller (born 1965 in Bamberg) is a German conductor, best known for his performing and recording rare works, including the first full recordings of Bruckner’s output.