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Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin/The Philadelphia Orchestra -"Rachmaninoff: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3; Isle Of The Dead" Verve Label Group; Deutsche Grammophon; Classical - The culmination of Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's Rachmaninoff orchestral cycle with his "Fabulous Philadelphians". Reviewing the previous issue with Symphony No.1 and the Symphonic Dances, Gramophone lauded NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's "ability to dig into the extraordinary legacy surrounding Rachmaninoff and Philadelphia while renewing it's startling innovation... All the qualities of the Rachmaninoff/Ormandy era have spirited their way back to create a kind of faded opulence... An altogether stunning album."
Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin/The Philadelphia Orchestra -"Rachmaninoff: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3; Isle Of The Dead" Verve Label Group; Deutsche Grammophon; Classical - The culmination of Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's Rachmaninoff orchestral cycle with his "Fabulous Philadelphians". Reviewing the previous issue with Symphony No.1 and the Symphonic Dances, Gramophone lauded NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's "ability to dig into the extraordinary legacy surrounding Rachmaninoff and Philadelphia while renewing it's startling innovation... All the qualities of the Rachmaninoff/Ormandy era have spirited their way back to create a kind of faded opulence... An altogether stunning album."
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Rachmaninoff: Symphonies 2 & 3 Isle Of The Dead
Artist: Rachmaninoff / Nezet-Seguin / Philadelphia Orch
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ia. Largo
2. Ib. Allegro Moderato
3. Ic. Moderato
4. II. Allegro Molto
5. III. Adagio
6. IV. Allegro Vivace
7. I. Lento - Allegro Moderato
8. II. Adagio Ma Non Troppo
9. III. Allegro
10. Isle of the Dead, Op. 29

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Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin/The Philadelphia Orchestra -"Rachmaninoff: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3; Isle Of The Dead" Verve Label Group; Deutsche Grammophon; Classical - The culmination of Yannick NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's Rachmaninoff orchestral cycle with his "Fabulous Philadelphians". Reviewing the previous issue with Symphony No.1 and the Symphonic Dances, Gramophone lauded NĂ©zet-SĂ©guin's "ability to dig into the extraordinary legacy surrounding Rachmaninoff and Philadelphia while renewing it's startling innovation... All the qualities of the Rachmaninoff/Ormandy era have spirited their way back to create a kind of faded opulence... An altogether stunning album."
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