The Symphony No. 1 in D minor (The Gothic) by Havergal Brian is a symphony composed between 1919 and 1927.
Havergal Brian 's "Gothic" Symphony is the biggest, grandest, and most monumental symphony ever written. Composed in two gargantuan parts of three huge movements each, the Gothic's opening instrumental movements get progressively wilder and his closing choral orchestral setting of the Te Deum gets progressively weirder.
A1. Part One: Allegri Assai. A2. Part One: Lento Expressivo E Solenne. B1. Part One: Vivace. B2. Part Two: Tedeum Laudamus. Part Two: Te Ergo Quaesumus (Conclusion). Composed By – Havergal Brian. Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult. Liner Notes – Jean de Nuage. Red labels with black text. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Sir Adrian Boult uses a megaphone at rehearsals for the 1966 performance. Photograph: Lewis Foreman Collection. John Grimshaw sets crossword puzzles for the Times. His other passion is the composer Havergal Brian. He thinks the two may be connected. He is about to see all his efforts come to fruition. This Sunday, Brian's Symphony No 1 – "the Gothic", the longest symphony in the world at an hour and three quarters, and also the most labour-intensive, demanding almost 200 orchestral players and a chorus of 800 – will be played at the Proms. This is only the sixth performance since it was completed in 1927, and Grimshaw believes that with the forces the BBC is gathering – two orchestras, 10 choirs and four top-notch soloists under the baton of conductor Martyn Brabbins – this could be the definitive interpretation.
The symphony is a phenomenal work. Responding to the challenge set by Sir Henry Wood, the composer has thrown just about every known orchestral instrument into the mix, then adding a double chorus of over 500, plus children s choirs, for an hour-long Te Deum that makes up the symphony s finale. Martyn Brabbins leads these massive forces in a benchmark performance. Because of the noise floor issue, this album doesn't have the dynamic range one would expect from a quality Symphony recording. The highest peak I found was at about -5db. Given a noise floor of -65db, that gives this disk a dynamic range of just 60db.
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Havergal Brian Composer. Symphony N. in D- for soloists, chorus, brass bands & orchestra, "The Gothic" Work. Eva Jenisova Soprano, Bratislava City Chorus Chorus/Choir, Slovak Folk Ensemble Chorus Chorus/Choir, Pavel Prochazka Chorus/Choir Director, Bratislava Children's Choir Chorus/Choir (Children), Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava Orchestra, Lunica Chorus Chorus/Choir, Dagmar Peckova Alto, Peter Mikulas Bass, Vladimir Dolezal Tenor, Ondrej Lenard Conductor, Slovak Opera Chorus Chorus/Choir, Youth Echo Choir Chorus/Choir (Children). The Instruments of the Orchestra (Box Set). The Best of Marco Polo. Havergal Brian: Symphony No. 1 'Gothic'. The Best of French Ballet: Works by Delibes. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava.
In 1961, Brian's largest surviving work, the Gothic Symphony, which had been written between 1919 and 1927, was first performed at Westminster Central Hall, in a partly amateur performance conducted by Bryan Fairfax, and in 1966 the first fully professional performance was given at the Royal Albert Hall conducted by Boult. The latter performance was broadcast live and many people heard their first music of Brian that evening. No. 1. D minor, "The Gothic".
|Symphony No 1 In D Minor The Gothic|
|1-1||I Allegro Assai||11:30|
|1-2||II Lento Espressivo E Solenne||10:44|
|1-4||IV Te Deum Laudamus: Allegro Moderato||18:03|
|2-1||V Iudex Crederis Esse Venturus: Adagio Solenne E Religioso||14:16|
|2-2||VI Te Ergo, Quaesumus: Moderato E Molto Sostenuto||34:42|
|2-3||Havergal Brian Interviewed For The BBC By J. Behague On 1 January 1966||6:48|
- Recorded At – Royal Albert Hall
- Composed By – Havergal Brian
- Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult
NotesSymphony No. 1 in D minor (1919-1927) 'The Gothic'
Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall, October 1966
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 749677145422
|LP-2601, LP 2601||Havergal Brian - Sir Adrian Boult||Havergal Brian - Sir Adrian Boult - Gothic Symphony (2xLP)||Aries Records , Aries Records||LP-2601, LP 2601||US||Unknown|