The following articles on the keyword "Bruckner" have previously appeared in the CARUS blog.

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Bruckner’s Mass in E minor

María Guinand writes in CARUS Highlights about Anton Bruckner’s “Mass in E minor” – a dramatic but intimate masterpiece.

Symphonic principles in Bruckner’s unaccompanied works

Bruckner’s symphonic works are sufficiently covered in the literature. On the other hand, his a cappella choral works eke out a shadowy existence and are usually treated only as by-products. Very wrongly, as choral conductor Jan Schumacher finds, who – also in view of the Bruckner anniversary year 2024 – has dealt with this aspect of the Austrian composer’s oeuvre for his contribution.