A web site for those who understandand
the depth of bruckner's world of sound and feeling
Anton Bruckner at the time he was writing his Ninth Symphony
BRUCKNER: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, by myself. I hope
it to be useful for students and researchers.
RESAR LA NOVENA (DE BRUCKNER), by myself. An analysis of 15 recordings of Bruckner's 9th (Catalan).
BRUCKNER AND MAHLER, by Bruno Walter.
HOME PAGE, by Deryck Barker.
ANTON BRUCKNER PAGES, yet under heavy construction.
Michael Tanner PROFILES ON ANTON BRUCKNER. Very interesting.
ANTON BRUCKNER, text extracted from the Grove by Matt Boynich.
ANTON BRUCKNER, a little biography written for the centenary of his death (German)
BRUCKNER SYMPHONY VERSIONS, by David Griegel. Every brucknerian knows that Bruckner himself revised and rewrote some of his symphonies, compelled by his pupils (Schalk, Löwe, etc.) and by his own personal insecurity. This document shows systematically the different "versions" of the scores.
BRUCKNER SYMPHONY VERSIONS DISCOGRAPHY, by Lani Spahr. An incredibly exhaustive register of recordings of Bruckner's symphonies, specifying conductor, orchestra, label and year of recording, and classifying it according to the different versions of the scores. An extraordinary guide!
THE SEVERAL VERSIONS OF BRUCKNER'S SYMPHONIES (A SYNOPSIS), like David Griegel's text, with comments.
BRUCKNER: LE RAGIONI DI UN BOOM, an article by Riccardo Lenzi (Italian).
IMMORTAL BRUCKNER, by Alex Zhang.
BRUCKNERFREUNDE, by Holger Grintz
The aim of this web site is to create personal
links between brucknerites of all around the world. If you have some new
keys for understanding Bruckner's works, new musicological ideas about
the interpretation of his music, comments about brucknerian recordings,
or whatever it be, you can get into touch with me by e-mail:
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