Review: Bruckner Symphony No 6

»Poschner writes in the booklet note of the importance of questioning the score and separating ›wrong tradition from true tradition‹, and his interpretation is notable for its analytical approach to detail. The sudden drops in volume Bruckner indicates in the first movement are properly ear-catching here and the subsequent soft playing is wonderfully delicate. In the Adagio, one also hears the tremolando playing of the violas in bars 129 and 130 (from 11’27”), a small but important contribution to the orchestral texture often inaudible in other recordings. The clear and spacious recording ensures these and similar details are readily heard.«

Christian Hoskins
Gramophone, Issue 11/2021