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Bruckner Symphony No 9

Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in Anton Bruckner’s marvellous last Symphony.

Anton Bruckner left behind eight complete symphonies, but died while working on the great ninth. There are three movements, but no fourth. So do we miss a finale? Not at all, as a matter of fact. It is still one hour of music that builds to a vast, dramatic and beautiful arch before bidding farwell in a delicate fashion. 

Bruckner, as well as the conductor Franz Welser-Möst, was Austrian; he was also a heavyweight symphonist. Many point out that in his large symphonies you can hear that he was also an organist. His symphonies are often described as musical cathedrals.

The much admired and respected Franz Welser-Möst is Music Director of the Cleveland Orchestra since 2002. He received the Eric Ericson Honorary Chair in 2018 from the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and returns to lead the orchestra on a regular basis.  

  • The music

  • Anton Bruckner Symphony No 9
  • Participants

  • Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Franz Welser-Möst conductor

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About the video

  • Published online 23 October 2022.
  • From a livestream 28 April 2022.
  • The video is approximately one hour.

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Genre: Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Bruckner Symphony No 9

Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in Anton Bruckner’s marvellous last Symphony.

Play premiere

Watch completely free and without login.

Sunday 23 October 2022 19.00


About the video

  • Published online 23 October 2022.
  • From a livestream 28 April 2022.
  • The video is approximately one hour.

Anton Bruckner left behind eight complete symphonies, but died while working on the great ninth. There are three movements, but no fourth. So do we miss a finale? Not at all, as a matter of fact. It is still one hour of music that builds to a vast, dramatic and beautiful arch before bidding farwell in a delicate fashion. 

Bruckner, as well as the conductor Franz Welser-Möst, was Austrian; he was also a heavyweight symphonist. Many point out that in his large symphonies you can hear that he was also an organist. His symphonies are often described as musical cathedrals.

The much admired and respected Franz Welser-Möst is Music Director of the Cleveland Orchestra since 2002. He received the Eric Ericson Honorary Chair in 2018 from the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and returns to lead the orchestra on a regular basis.  

  • The music

  • Anton Bruckner Symphony No 9
  • Participants

  • Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Franz Welser-Möst conductor

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