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Top 10 Mahler symphony recordings | gramophone.co.uk Название: (Симфоническая музыка) Малер — Симфония №2 (Кубелик) Mahler — Symphony No. 2 (Kubelik) (2001, FLAC (tracks), lossless)
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May 16, 2016 Bavarian Radio Orchestra / Rafael ... A corrective to the grander visions of those who conduct the with the benefit of ... advantages of digital technology? Perhaps. David Gutman (February 1997).  ...

Less self-regarding or at least less wilful since the idiosyncrasies are intrinsic, the goes wonderfully well, with solo violin and clarinets in particular excelling themselves. Barbirolli’s pacing of the first movement is forward-moving but the performance seems sluggish, the textures foggy, everyone waiting for someone else to make the next move. These days, it's almost as if we see in their unresolved tensions some prophetic vision of the life to come; Rattle's success looks to have been replicated by Paul Daniel's (second) commercial recording of Anthony Payne's speculative Elgar 3 (Naxos, 3/99).

So, too, the casting of the male soloists, with Kenneth Riegel’s Doctor Marianus eschewing head voice for an often pained rendition of the cruelly high tessitura. The seeds of Mahlermania were sown at much the same time, though not in Berlin where the Philharmonic barely knew who Mahler was. As a performance and as a recording, it has rather more character and bite than Abbado’s much admired 1993 Berlin version.

But then, other contenders have their draw-backs too and none quite matches Bernstein's unique aura, not least in that wonderful last movement. Rattle’s tempo for the is a good one by modern standards (not too slow) and the string playing has a lovely diaphanous quality, but you may find the playing over-nuanced. The playing of the Chicago Symphony, like that of the Concertgebouw, is exceptionally refined, free of all inadvertent exaggeration and histrionic display. What is interesting about this live Mahler Fifth is the degree to which the detail is absorbed and the line maintained.

Mahler: Symphony N° 2 [Kubelik] Brigitte Fassbaender & Edith ...
Sep 25, 2015 Gustav (1860-1911) . in C minor Resurrection (1894) 1. I Allegro maestoso . Andante moderato 3. III (Scherzo) In ...

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  • Symphony No. 2 (Mahler) - Wikipedia
    Symphony No. 2 by Gustav Mahler, known as the Resurrection Symphony, was written .... edit]. The second movement is a delicate Ländler in A♭ major. \relative c' { \clef treble \time 3/8 \key aes. with two contrasting sections of slightly darker music.
    (Симфоническая музыка) Малер — Симфония №2 (Кубелик) Mahler — Symphony No. 2 (Kubelik) (2001, FLAC (tracks), lossless)

    To subscribe to this unique resource, visit This distinguished coupling has already been available at bargain price so its appearance in The Originals livery comes as something of a surprise. If a little cavernous, the effect is blessedly consistent, allowing us to appreciate that Abbado’s sweetly attenuated string sound is just as beautiful as Karajan’s more saturated sonority, a testament to the chamber-like imperatives of his latter-day music-making, not to mention the advantage of adequate rehearsal time! I should add that the finale’s hammer-blows are clearer and cleaner than I have ever heard them. While thoroughly aware he was inviting comparison with —both symphonies use a chorus as the centerpiece of a final movement which begins with references to and is much longer than those preceding it—Mahler knew he wanted a vocal final movement.

    In this programme, the first movement represents a funeral and asks questions such as "Is there life after death?"; the second movement is a remembrance of happy times in the life of the deceased; the third movement represents a view of life as meaningless activity; the fourth movement is a wish for release from life without meaning ; and the fifth movement – after a return of the doubts of the third movement and the questions of the first – ends with a fervent hope for everlasting, transcendent renewal, a theme that Mahler would ultimately transfigure into the music of his As generally happened, Mahler later withdrew all versions of the programme from circulation. Bernstein manner, and there are some curiously stiff moments in the , here an iridescent intermezzo quite unlike Karajan’s Brucknerian slow movement. The slow movement is just a little pale, as if Fischer were deliberately avoiding the calculated sublimity and cushioned string tone associated with big-band performances of late Beethoven.

    Chailly's own, eminently lucid account, deploying a sympathetic orchestral layout in the lustrous acoustic of the Jesus-Christus-Kirche, has perhaps been underrated. The movement is based on Mahler's setting of "Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt" from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn", which Mahler composed almost concurrently; in correspondence, Mahler expressed amusement that his sinuous musical setting could imply ", where it is used as the framework for adding, collage-like, a great many quotations and references to other scores. As a performance and as a recording, it has rather more character and bite than Abbado’s much admired 1993 Berlin version. The Berlin flautist floats his tone even more poignantly in the principal theme (from bar 29, 2'14''), while an older, wiser, albeit more self-conscious maestro, painstakingly avoids sentimentality and gets a real for the entry of the strings - breathtaking stuff.

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