Another outstanding release in Bychkov's complete survey of Mahler's symphonies.
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Review: Mahler: Symphony No. 2 (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonic Choir, Semyon Bychkov)
Bychkov’s dramatic instincts craft a Resurrection full of light and shade.
Bychkov's new Mahler Five puts all the others in the shade.
The Russian conductor talks to Clive Paget about how he fell in love with the music of Mahler as a schoolboy back in Leningrad in the 1950s.
A wondrous start to Bychkov and the Czech Phil’s Mahler symphony cycle.
The piano leads the field with front runners Mitsuko Uchida and Leif Ove Andsnes, but first an auspicious start to a brand new Mahler cycle.
Semyon Bychkov’s Czech band looks East and West.
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Clive Paget looks at what we can learn about Tchaikovsky the man by listening to the music with the help of Maestro Semyon Bychkov, who has just released new recordings of the complete symphonies and piano concertos.
Fine neglected orchestral fare, but is it a masterpiece?
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