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Work: Symphony no. 1 in D minor, Op.13

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ComposerRachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943)
Period20th century
Year1896
Work typeOrchestral
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VailMozart and Rachmaninoff

Clyne, Mozart, Rachmaninov
Philadelphia Orchestra; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Seong-Jin Cho

MontrealBrahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov

Brahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Nicolas Ellis; Yukari Cousineau

MontrealBrahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov

Brahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Nicolas Ellis; Yukari Cousineau

MontrealBrahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov

Brahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Nicolas Ellis; Yukari Cousineau

MontrealBrahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov

Brahms, Nielsen, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Nicolas Ellis; Yukari Cousineau
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Isolated thrills in Philadelphia Orchestra's Russian Masters

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Jan Regan
The fast-rising Italian pianist Beatrice Rana offered a triumph of technique, but her playing lacked much emotional engagement or wit.
**111
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Vibrant Rachmaninov One from Søndergård and the RSNO

Thomas Søndergård © Andy Buchanan
Thomas Søndergård and the RSNO with a beguiling performance of Ravel’s Schéhérazade from Catriona Morison, vivid Peer Gynt from Grieg and a vibrant Rachmaninov’s First Symphony
****1
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Russian flames set The Anvil alight

Nemanja Radulović © Charlotte Abramow | DG
An animated performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto from Radulović along with a gripping account of Rachmaninov's First Symphony makes for a splendid night of Russian fire with the BSO. 
*****
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Alice Sara Ott fires up an old warhorse

Alice Sara Ott © Jonas Becker
Warhorse (noun): creaky old classic played by orchestras in their sleep at least once a season.  There was absolutely no snoozing, however, through Alice Sara Ott's startling performance with the Philharmonia.
****1
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Say and the Symphoniker lack bite in Ravel and Rachmaninov

Fazil Say © Mustafa Toygun Ozdemir
The Ravel G-Major piano concerto is in fact a mind-bogglingly virtuosic pianistic endeavor requiring fingers of steel and trills of satin.
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