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Bruckner: Mass In F Minor


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Sergiu Celibidache conductor
Munich Philharmonic
Munich Philharmonic Choir
Margaret Price, Doris Soffel, Peter Straka, Matthias Hölle, Hans Sotin

Sergiu Celibidache
conducts Anton Bruckner's Mass in F minor, which Bruckner called "the most difficult of all masses". The film documents the work process from the first rehearsals with piano and choir to the eventual integration of choir, orchestra and soloists. The musical structure, initially created in Munich, is adapted to the acoustic requirements of St. Florian, and then performed in concert. Anton Bruckner was the organist at St. Florian as a young man and wrote many of his masterpieces here - he is buried underneath the organ.

Sound Format: PCM Stereo
Picture Format: 4:3
DVD Format: DVD 5 / NTSC
Audio Language: DE
Subtitle Languages: GB, FR, ES, JP
Running Time: 60 mins & 5 mins (bonus)
FSK: 0
Region Code: 0
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Item number 101678
Barcode 807280167894
Release date 02/09/2013
Category SACRED
Label Arthaus Musik
Media type DVD
Number of units 1
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