Browse: Sibelius - Symphony No. 1 in E minor, Op. 39
This page lists all recordings of Symphony No. 1 in E minor, Op. 39 by Jean Sibelius (1865-1957).
Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Okko Kamu
Kamu offers an [easy] sense of movement… intense quiet dynamics and clarity in perfect equilibrium with atmosphere. There's plenty of excitement too: the scherzo of the Second is truly vivacissimo…Three,... — More…
Monica Groop (mezzo), Peter Mattei (baritone)
London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis
The mature Davis has a way with the music’s architecture like few other conductors. The pace of the expansive Second and Fifth Symphonies is masterful. Combined with the innate warmth and pretty... — More…
Helmi Liukkonen (soprano), Jascha Heifetz (violin), Budapest String Quartet, Emil Telmányi (violin), Gerald Moore (piano), Georg Vásárhelyi (piano), Anya Ignatius (violin), Timo Makkila (piano), Louis Jensen (cello), Galina Werschenskaya (piano), Eileen Joyce (piano), Marian Anderson (contralto),...
Few pioneering recordings from any era burn with greater passionate intensity or recreative spark than those set down in London during the early 1930s by the Finnish maestro Robert Kajanus...Kajanus’s... — More…
Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Petri Sakari
This is an ideal coupling of Sibelius symphonies, played with a palpable feel for the idiom by the Iceland Symphony Orchestra...there is an urgency to the playing, allied to a sense of the characteristic... — More…