Bernstein : Mahler : The Complete Symphonies & Orchestral Songs - Vol. I of III - 6CDs of 16.

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imageLeonard Bernstein : Gustav Mahler : The Complete Symphonies & Orchestral Songs - Vol. I of III - 6 CDs of 16.

"he turned rests into shuddering silences, upbeats into volcanic preparations for a death blow, ritardanti were stretched into near-motion-lessness, accelerandi became tornadoes, his marches are like heart attacks, his chorales like all christendom gone mad..."--Bernstein
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Total rar size : CD/Covers : 1,67 GB / 21 parts.
Total playing-time : CD1: 74' - CD2: 64',10" - CD3: 67',14" - CD4: 68',45" - CD5: 57',38" .
Included : Full Covers, Full Booklet, CDs all in 300 dpi.

Tracklist :

CD 01 : Gustav Mahler - Symphonie No.1 : Leonard Bernstein - Concertgebouw Orchestra /
Songs of a Wayfarer : Leonard Bernstein - Thomas Hampson - Wiener Philharmoniker.

01. Symphony no.1 : Langsam. Schleppend. Wie ein Naturlaut.. [0:16:30.00]
02. Kraftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell - Trio. Recht gemachlich [0:09:01.00]
03. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen [0:10:27.00]
04. Sturmisch bewegt [0:20:32.00]
05. Songs of a Wayfarer : Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht [0:04:30.00]
06. Ging heut morgen ubers Feld [0:04:06.00]
07. Ich hab ein gluhend Messer [0:03:20.00]
08. Die zwei blauen Augen [0:05:34.00]

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CD 02 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.3 : Leonard Bernstein- New York Philharmonic

01. Symphony No. 3 : Part I.- Kraftig. Entschieden [0:34:52.00]
02. Part II. - Tempo di Menuetto. Sehr massig [0:10:46.00]
03. Comodo. Scherzando. Ohne Hast [0:18:32.00]

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CD 03 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.3 & Symphony No.2 :
Leonard Bernstein - Christa Ludwig - New York Philharmonic.

01. Symphony No.3 - Sehr langsam. Misterioso. Durchaus ppp [0:09:31.70]
02. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck [0:04:07.05]
03. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden [0:28:26.00]
04. Symphony No.2 - Allegro maestoso (Totenfeier) [0:25:09.00]

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CD 04 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.2 "Resurrection" :
Leonard Bernstein - Barbara Hendricks - Christa Ludwig - New York Philharmonic.

01. Symphony No.2 "Resurrection" - II. Andante moderato [0:12:19.00]
02. III. [Scherzo], In ruhig fliessender Bewegung - attaca [0:11:25.65]
03. IV. Ulrich, Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht [0:06:18.38]
04. V. Im Tempo Des Scherzo, Wild herausfahrend [0:38:41.47]

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CD 05 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No. 4 :
Leonard Bernstein - Helmut Wittek - Concertgebouw Orchestra

01. Symphony No. 4 : I. Bedachtig. Nicht eilen [0:17:38.00]
02. II. In gemachlicher Bewegung. Ohne Hast. [0:10:14.00]
03. III. Ruhevoll [0:20:33.50]
04. IV. Sehr behaglich `Wir geniessen die himmlischen Freuden` (soprano solo) [0:08:42.25]

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CD 06 : G. Mahler : Des Knaben Wunderhorn :
Leonard Bernstein - Lucia Popp - Andreas Schmidt - Concertgebouw Orchestra.

01. Der Schildwache Nachtlied [0:06:03.60]
02. Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? [0:02:13.15]
03. Der Tamboursg'sell [0:05:18.00]
04. Das irdische Leben [0:02:57.00]
05. Verlorne Muh' [0:03:03.00]
06. Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt [0:03:43.00]
07. Revelge [0:06:47.00]
08. Rheinlegendchen [0:03:35.00]
09. Lob des hohen Verstandes [0:02:34.00]
10. Wo die schonen Trompeten blasen [0:08:29.00]
11. Lied des Verfolgten im Turm [0:04:37.45]
12. Trost im Ungluck [0:02:28.30]
13. Urlicht [0:05:49.00]

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Bernstein : Mahler : The Complete Symphonies & Orchestral Songs - Vol. II of III - 5CDs.

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Total rar size : CD/Covers : 1,29 GB / 15 parts.
Total playing-time : CD1: 75',03" - CD2: 53',52" - CD3: 61',34" - CD4: 64',05" - CD5: 41',08" .
Included : Full Covers, Full Booklet, CDs all in 300 dpi.

Tracklist :

Vol.II - CD 01 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony no. 5 : Leonard Bernstein - Wiener Philharmoniker.

01. Part I : I. Trauermarsch. In gemessenem Schritt. Streng. Wie ein Kondukt [0:14:35.00]
02. II. Sturmisch bewegt. Mit grosster Vehemenz [0:15:05.00]
03. Part II. I. Scherzo. Kraftig, nicht zu schnell [0:19:05.00]
04. Part III. I. Adagietto. Sehr langsam [0:11:16.00]
05. II. Rondo-Finale. Allegro - Allegro giocoso. Frisch [0:15:02.00]

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Vol. II - CD 02 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.6 "Tragic" : Leonard Bernstein - Wiener Philharmoniker - Booklet.

01. Symphony No.6 "Tragic" : I. Allegro energico, ma non troppo. Hefarkig [0:23:17.00]
02. II. Scherzo. Wuchtig [0:14:16.00]
03. III. Andante moderato [0:16:19.00]

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Vol.II - CD 03 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.6 "Tragic" - Kindertotenlieder : Leonard Bernstein - Thomas Hampson - Wiener Philharmoniker.

01. Symphony No.6 'Tragic' - IV. Finale. Allegro moderato - Allegro energico [0:33:29.00]
02. Kindertotenlieder - Nun will die Sonn' so hell aufghen [0:05:59.00]
03. Nun seh' ich wahl, warum so dunkle Flammen [0:05:11.00]
04. Wenn dein Mutterlein [0:06:05.00]
05. Oft denk' ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen [0:03:30.00]
06. In diesem Wetter, in diesem Braus [0:07:20.00]

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Vol. II - CD 04 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.7 "Song of the Night" : Leonard Bernstein - New York Philharmonic.

01. Symphony No.7 "Song of the Night" : I. Langsam (Adagio) - Allegro ma non troppo [0:21:38.00]
02. II. Nachtmusik. Allegro moderato [0:17:08.00]
03. III. Scherzo. Schattenhaft [0:10:32.00]
04. IV. Nachtmusik. Andante amoroso [0:14:47.00]

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Vol. II - CD 05 : Gustav Mahler : Symphony No.7 : Leonard Bernstein - New York Philharmonic
Ruckert Lieder : Leonard Bernstein - Thomas Hampson - Wiener Philharmoniker.

01. Symphony No.7 : V. Rondo-Finale. Tempo I (Allegro ordinario) [0:18:40.00]
02. Ruckert-Lieder: Liebst du um Schonheit [0:02:48.00]
03. Blicke mir nicht in die lieder [0:01:30.00]
04. Ich atmet' einen linden Duft [0:03:00.00]
05. Um Mitternacht [0:07:22.00]
06. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen [0:07:48.00]

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Thursday, 26 June 2008

Mahler Gustav : Symphony No.5 - Barbirolli Jonn - New Philharmonia Orchestra .

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Total rar size : CD/Covers : 352 MB / 4 parts.
Total playing-time : 74'29" .
Included : Full Covers, Full Booklet, CDs all in 300 dpi.

  • Gramophone music magazine : Recommended Recording for Mahler's 5th symphony


Tracklist :

CD : Mahler - Symphony No.5 - Sir John Barbirolli - New Philharmonia Orchestra

rec. 1969, EMI Classics 1998

01. I.Trauermarsch (In gemessenem Schritt. Streng. Wie ein Kondukt) [0:13:47.72]
02. II. Stuermisch bewegt (Mit groesster Vehemenz) [0:15:14.50]
03. III. Scherzo (Kraeftig, nicht zu schnell) [0:18:04.53]
04. IV. Adagietto (Sehr langsam) [0:09:51.47]
05. V. Rondo-Finale (Allegro) [0:17:28.00]

Reviews :

BBC music magazine : David Nice

Performance : ****
Sound : ****
Loose ensemble and the odd wrong entry come second to the earthy spirit of Barbirolli's Mahler. This baggy monster lumbers its way to well-earned victory; however tentative the playing, you can always feel the conductor's shaping force towards climaxes (and he's certainly Toscanini's equal in his vocal contribution). The end result may not be as magisterial in its urgency as Wyn Morris's (see June reissues), but it plays fairer with both dynamics and the adegietto. Vintage EMI sound quality.

At the time Barbirolli made his now-celebrated recording of Mahler’s Fifth in 1969, no one could have believed that the work would become a calling-card for every orchestra in the world – or that the rough edges of Barbirolli’s exciting quest would be more or less ironed out in the process. If in some cases the sense of discovery has disappeared too, that’s certainly not the case with the Barenboim/Chicago partnership. This is progress indeed in the cut and thrust of the turbulent second and fifth movements. Barbirolli’s heavily thunderous approach to the funeral march’s stormy successor wears out his players by the two-thirds mark, while Barenboim’s equally vocal energy has a lightning force to which the Chicago team’s virtuosity is more than equal. Barbirolli does make a shining case for broad, Olympian laughter in the finale, but Barenboim’s rough, keenly articulated humour is closer to the movement’s origins in Mahler’s earthy imitation of a folksong. If Barenboim has a fault, it’s an unwillingness to loosen the reins. His Adagietto emerges more as a masterful demonstration of what the Chicago strings can achieve than as a love-song with wings. Bernstein’s even livelier Vienna Philharmonic performance weaves it less self-consciously into the argument, and proves that Barbirolli’s brand of excitement – if not his idiosyncrasies – can be wedded to today’s orchestral sophistication. Incidentally, the missing horn part of Barbirolli’s recording (starting at 12:18 minutes of track 3), surgically reinstated many years later for the last reissue, is now missing again – presumably in tribute to the nostalgic repackaging.

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Barbirolli's EMI Mahler 5 was my introduction to the work - way back in 1970. I still remember buying the LPs; the experience - music, performance, sound - was overwhelming. It was easily the best orchestral recording I'd ever heard, and despite the passage of thirty years remains among EMI's finest achievements technically. The performance is very weighty and serious, almost dogged in places, with measured tempi and great concern over nuances of phrasing and balance. It sounds as though the conductor had rehearsed the work very thoroughly, making sure every detail was in place. The first two movements and finale are very disciplined, but the scherzo is less polished - ensemble and intonation could both be tighter. Recordings and performances of Mahler 5 were comparatively rare then, and doubtless the New Philharmonic were tackling a work they'd played infrequently -possibly never. But for the most part they play with the utmost precision and power. No question; Barbirolli's Mahler 5 set the standard for recordings of this work for decades to come, both musically and technically, and hearing it again confirms its reputation as a classic performance. For this new CD transfer, EMI have improved the sound, resulting in greater impact and transparency. Tape noise is lower too, and there's slightly more hall ambience (Watford town hall) compared to the previous Studio CD issue. A disc that should be in every Mahler collection!

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