To celebrate the release of Brahms: Symphony No. 3 with Ivan Fischer conducting the Budapest Festival Orchestra, and the completion of their Brahms cycle, NativeDSD has teamed up with Channel Classics to create the Ivan Fischer Brahms Digital Box Edition.
The Digital Box Edition has all 4 of the Brahms albums by Fischer and the BFO at a special price. Listeners can save 25% of the price of these albums by purchasing them together in the Digital Box Edition!
Click the link below to learn more about the Digital Box Edition and to enjoy the savings of NativeDSD’s latest DSD Bundle!
Bundles are two or more DSD albums that share a common theme, artist, genre, composer, or record label. The DSD bit rates & formats of the albums are offered at a special discount price to our listeners to experience all the music in the DSD bundle.
Ivan Fischer, Conductor
Budapest Festival Orchestra
Brahms: Symphony No. 1, Variations on a theme by Haydn (2009)
“(…) monumental in every sense of the word: a huge, noble assertion of the inherent dignity of human experience and creative endeavor that leaves you feeling enriched and exalted.” – The Guardian
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 (2014)
“Ivan Fischer’s Brahms is intense, alive, inquisitive and rooted in tradition. His great Budapest orchestra sounds lithe and full of character, and I love that it’s still possible to hear exactly where this band comes from.” – The Herald (Top 10 Classical Recordings 2015)
Brahms: Symphony No. 3, Serenade No. 2 (2021)
“Leaving the best for last, conductor Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra conclude their acclaimed and punctilious cycle of the symphonies by Johannes Brahms. There’s a “cushy”, informal sound to this orchestra and a relaxed yet highly detailed direction by Iván Fischer that befits the lush orchestral writing of Johannes Brahms. (…)” – Classical Music Sentinel
Brahms: Symphony No. 4, Hungarian Dances 3, 7, 11 (2015)
“(…) Intimacy on a grand scale (…) This is an orchestra whose players listen to each other intently. (…) Iván Fischer keeps the larger picture in focus.” – BBC Music Magazine (Double 5 Star Review)