Recorded Bruckner

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Bruckner - Reception in The 20th Century - Conductors
... made the first electronic recording of a Bruckner Symphony (#7), with the Berlin Philharmonic in 1928 ... Bruno Walter, who acted as an "ambassador" for Bruckner in the United States, made celebrated recordings of symphonies 4, 7 and 9 late in his career and wrote an essay on "Bruckner and Mahler" ... Otto Klemperer made one of the first two recordings of Bruckner (the Adagio of the Eighth Symphony from 1924) ...
Anton Bruckner - Reception in The 20th Century - Conductors
... Bruno Walter, who acted as an "ambassador" for Bruckner in the United States, made celebrated recordings of symphonies 4, 7 and 9 late in his career ... Otto Klemperer made one of the first two recordings of Bruckner (the Adagio of the Eighth Symphony from 1924) ... Wilhelm Furtwängler made his conducting debut with the Ninth Symphony in 1906 and conducted Bruckner constantly throughout his career ...

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