16 Songs, 2 Hours 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robin Ticciati concludes his nine-year tenure as principal conductor of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with this impressive set of the Brahms symphonies, music they’ve explored together over many seasons. Ticciati opts for a smaller ensemble than usual, and it unlocks many striking details and textures—especially in such superbly recorded sound. Forget the big-boned symphonic Brahms you usually encounter, and marvel at the delicacy of his phrasing and the litheness of his lines. Infused with the spirit of chamber music, this is Brahms to savor.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robin Ticciati concludes his nine-year tenure as principal conductor of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with this impressive set of the Brahms symphonies, music they’ve explored together over many seasons. Ticciati opts for a smaller ensemble than usual, and it unlocks many striking details and textures—especially in such superbly recorded sound. Forget the big-boned symphonic Brahms you usually encounter, and marvel at the delicacy of his phrasing and the litheness of his lines. Infused with the spirit of chamber music, this is Brahms to savor.

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