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Cipriani Potter (1792-1871)

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Frederic Cowen (1852-1935)

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« Reply #30 on: May 27, 2021, 06:38:43 am »

I hadn't, thanks for the signposting...

"Momentous Beethovenian writing coupled with a well recorded freshness that takes this music beyond the work of a mere shadow."


The other recorded symphonies Rob refers to are

Symphony [No. 1] in G minor (1819, revised 182426) [styled No. 1 by the composer]
Symphony [No. 2] in B♭ major (1821, revised 1839) [unnumbered by the composer]
Symphony [No. 3] in C minor (1826) [styled No. 6 by the composer]
Symphony [No. 4] in F major (1826) [styled No. 7 by the composer] (Bostock, ClassicO)
Symphony [No. 5] in E♭ major (1828, revised with replacement slow movement 1846) [styled No. 8 by the composer] (Davan Wetton, Unicorn-Kanchana)
Symphony [No. 6] in G minor (1832) [styled both No. 10 and No. 2 by the composer] (Davan Wetton, Unicorn-Kanchana)
Symphony [No. 7] in D major (1833) [styled No. 2 by the composer]
Symphony [No. 8] in C minor (1834) [unnumbered by the composer]
Symphony [No. 9] in D major (1834) [styled No. 4 by the composer]
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"A piece is worth your attention, and is itself for you praiseworthy, if it makes you feel you have not wasted your time over it." (Sydney Grew, 1922)

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