After the 3rd, I recommend the Symphony No. 5, 'Jephta'.I listened to his Cello Concerto, Piano Quintet, String Quartet No. 11, and Symphony No. 3. I did enjoy all of them and found parts of the quintet and quartet particularly interesting. I will listen to the 9th quartet and try another symphony.
Better late than never. Toch is a great composer that sadly doesn't generate much interest (even here to an extent). I recommend his string quartets nos. 9 and 11, and Symphony No. 3. Jephta (Symphony No. 5) is his second-greatest symphony in my view. But by all means, choose your own path to explore Toch's ouevre. I am just pointing out a few of my favorites.Last days were too busy to me, I'm checking this thread only right now, Thank you for your posts :cheers:
Yes, sadly CPO hasn't release all of Toch's string quartets in a single release as they did with his symphonies. It would definitely be a good idea but it's probably too late by now.Excellent. I have his complete string quartets on CPO; alas, only available as individual disks and not as a box set. Or so it was last time I checked. Highly recommended.
Perhaps this will help, ( take a bit of work)Yes, sadly CPO hasn't release all of Toch's string quartets in a single release as they did with his symphonies. It would definitely be a good idea but it's probably too late by now.