Brahms by the Boston Symphony

This recording is a three-disc set of the four Brahms symphonies, recorded live during concert performances at Boston’s Symphony Hall this past November.

This new Brahms symphony cycle follows two others recorded previously by the BSO, under Erich Leinsdorf in the mid-1960s and by Bernard Haitink in the early 1990s.

“It makes me so proud and happy,” observes Andris Nelsons, “that the Boston Symphony Orchestra of today, filled with so many great musicians, will now have its own place in recorded history with this amazing music.”

Here is Andris Nelsons, conducting the Brahms Symphony number 1, with the Tanglewood Orchestra:



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