You have probably spotted that I am a huge devotee of this great conductor (1912-96). He has his detractors but even those ‘against’ him admire his way with Bruckner, so here is the Fourth Symphony, from Munich in 1983. It lasts nearly eighty minutes (and I am aware of a later Celi account of this work that is about eighty-four). But these are mere statistics, for music-making “has nothing to do with the clock on the wall” (Daniel Barenboim). Click below for Celi’s every-second-counts Bruckner 4 (BTW, it’s the Haas edition).