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Thread: Brahms and Bruckner - what's the difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammeredklavier View Post
    Cobra disagrees:
    I. Andante, Allegro Ma Non Troppo (36:05)
    II. Andante con Moto (26:22)
    III. Scherzo, Allegro Vivace (29:00)
    IV. Finale, Allegro Vivace (30:28)
    I don’t know how these cranks get a hearing by anyone. Maybe people are equally stupid
    Last edited by JTS; Sep-30-2021 at 10:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiast View Post
    Celibidache in Munich comes in at 58 minutes but Dausgaard (in a performance that sounds very fast) at 59. Menuhin (who sounds very fast indeed) took 48 minutes.
    Abendroth and Mengelberg are about 48 - 50 minutes totally each. Munch is 45 minutes. I didn't check about repeats, but those are also very fast.

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    ^ Yes, I think my timings are partly down to the presence or absence of repeats. Certainly, I doubt anyone has done it faster than Menuhin and few faster than Dausgaard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTS View Post
    I don’t know how these cranks get a hearing by anyone. Maybe people are equally stupid
    I think it's like slowing down to see a wreck. We just can't help ourselves.

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