Hausegger’s compositions encompass a great many vocal works including songs, two operas, the symphonic poems Barbarossa and Wieland der Schmied, and his main work, the massive Nature Symphony. Composed in 1911 for full orchestra the work includes a chorus set to text by Goethe.
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“Anyone with a penchant for Austro-German late romanticism at its most extravagant will want to hear this disc. Fortunately Ari Rasilainen and his Cologne forces are totally committed to the cause, and the recording boasts suitably spectacular sound.”