Albrecht Dümling on Bruckners Symphony No. 7
Anton Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony is one of the composer’s most famous works. To mark a performance by the Berliner Philharmoniker in May 2013, the musicologist Albrecht Dümling spoke about the architecture of the work.
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