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Considered by some to be the 'Cinderella' of his symphonies, the Sixth Symphony of Anton Bruckner was composed in 1879 - 81. It may well demonstrate a reaction to the severe criticism of the first Viennese performance, in 1877, of his Third Symphony, which Eduard Hanslick described as a vision of how Beethoven's Ninth befriends Wagner's Walküre and ends up being trampled under her horses' hoofs'. Much the shortest of his mature symphonies, the Sixth also reverts to a more classical form than it's predecessors. This recording was made in 2012, during the first season of Juanjo Mena as Chief Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic, and just a month before their acclaimed performance of the work at the BBC Proms. Classical Source commented: 'Mena didn't miss a trick and the result for the whole symphony was a revelation, and you don't get many of those. This was a thrilling, delightful performance.'