Végh conducts Schubert

Végh conducts Schubert

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Végh conducts Schubert
Sándor Végh
Camerata Salzburg
2016 © BMC Records #201

The music of Schubert played a special role in Végh’s life: he approached it with deep respect and worked painstakingly with it. At the helm of the Camerata he conducted all of Schubert’s symphonies. Of Schubert’s eight symphonies, recordings of the last four by the Camerata Academica under Sándor Végh were already available, including the deservedly famous B minor (D. 759) “Unfinished” and the “Great” C major (D. 944) symphonies. In the latter, the conducting was a realization of one of the maestro’s youthful ambitions. This is also available as a unique release on the BMC disc “Végh in Hungary” (BMC CD 194). However, the first four symphonies, composed between 1813 and 1816, have until now not been available in Sándor Végh’s interpretation. This present compilation contains previously unpublished recordings that were made in the concert hall of the Cologne Philharmonic during the Camerata Academica’s Schubert cycle, in which all the composer’s symphonies were played between 26 May and 2 June 1996.

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