These are four great symphonies that have all played a special role in the close collaboration between the Danish National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Thomas Dausgaard. The symphonies are recorded in the beautiful Koncerthuset in Copenhagen. The Danish National Symphony Orchestra is specialized in Scandinavian repertoire.
Bonus material: In a series of interviews, Thomas Dausgaard explains his close collaboration with the orchestra, the concerts and the four great yet altogether very different masterpieces by Brahms, Dvorak, Sibelius and Nielsen.
Running Time Total: 168 minutes
Picture 16:9, HD
BD: DTS-HD MA 5.1, PCM Stereo
Subtitles Bonus: English, French, German, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Italian
“Dausgaard himself is energetic, impassioned, easy to read and obviously intent on providing on providing as clear a musical picture as possible. He is also an excellent talker...But watching and listening confirms that, although he conducts from his heart, he has a strong intelligence guiding him. There aren't too many conductors around today who balance those crucial values as successfully as he does.” Gramophone Magazine, September 2012