Reinhold Gliere: Symphony No. 2 in c Op. 25
Reinhold Gliere’s Second Symphony is steeped in the typical musical language of 19th Century Russian composition, and also features a sort of conservative expression common for that time. Even though the Second never gained the kind of popularity of Gliere’s Third Symphony, it’s still one of the composers more important works. Throughout the work, the music even evokes the sounds of Rachmaninov, Borodin, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.