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Lahav Shani – Bruckner Review: Symphony No.  7

Lahav Shani – Bruckner Review: Symphony No. 7

In Anton Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony, Lahv Shani and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra rely on extraordinary transparency.

Lahav Shani recorded Anton Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. The future chief of the Munich Philharmonic does not find heaviness or pathos in this music, on the contrary: he tries to purify and brighten the work. You notice it on the other hand in temperature, which certainly can’t be counted within the margin of slower recordings, but you also notice that in here and there an almost chamber music-like way in which he uses wind instruments. Time and time again, Shani brings out the sound in such a way that even in tutti you can clearly distinguish individual instrument clusters. Especially in the scherzo and finale, Bruckner comes across as very direct and bold in places, but never aggressive. Here he almost reaches the point of a carefree one who clearly wants to distance himself from everything official.

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Bruckner: Symphony No. 7

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Lahav Shani (Conductor)
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Young Israeli Lahav Shani proves that there is no minimum age for conducting a maestro. Born in Tel Aviv in 1989, he is the son of a choir conductor. He received his first piano lessons at an early age and studied with … more

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