Label: CBC Records - SMCD 5167 • Series: SM5000 • Format: CD • Country: Canada • Genre: Classical •
This CD is a gem, a jewel! After buying all of Tintner's Bruckner cycle, I happened on this disc with Tintner's Symphony Nova Scotia which he conducted from until his death. These performances are first rate! Startling with a sparkling rendition of Reznicek's Donna Diana Overture, we are treated to some more less familiar fare.5/5(6).
· Late Romantics. CBC: SMCD Buy download online. Symphony Nova Scotia, Georg Tintner.
Symphony Nova Scotia is truly Nova Scotia's orchestra. With a home base in Halifax and performances across the province, Symphony Nova Scotia reaches more than 50, Nova Scotians of all ages each year with some of the most innovative concerts and educational offerings in the country.
The year-old Austrian-born Tintner, described as "one of the greatest living Bruckner conductors," was losing his six-year struggle with cancer at the time. From to , Tintner had been music director of Symphony Nova Scotia, leading it through a period of development.
The original Symphony Nova Scotia hired 13 full-time players for a January–May season. In its second season the number of employed musicians doubled, and by the orchestra had grown to a complement of Boris Brott is the only Canadian to be appointed music director of Symphony Nova Scotia. Georg Tintner, –
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