Mahler - Symphony N°9 - Leonard Bernstein (2LP, Box set, Digital Recording)
Mahler - Symphony N°9 - Leonard Bernstein (2LP, Box set, Digital Recording)
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Mahler - Symphony N°9 - Leonard Bernstein (2LP, Box set, Digital Recording)
Mahler - Symphony N°9 - Leonard Bernstein (2LP, Box set, Digital Recording)

Mahler - Symphony N°9 - Leonard Bernstein (2LP, Box set, Digital Recording)

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Gustav Mahler - Symphony No.9

Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam

Leonard Bernstein, conductor

 

2LPs, Box set

Original analog Master tape : NO (Digital Recording Original Master Tape)

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas (Germany)

Label : Analogphonic

Original label : Deutsche Grammophon

Recorded in June 1985 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Recorded by Hans Weber

Engineered by Klaus Scheibe

Mastered by Kevin Gray

Produced by Hanno Rinke

Originally released in 1983

Reissued in 1986

 

Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Andante comodo

Side B :

  1. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers
  2. Etwas täppisch und sehr derb

Side C :

  1. Rondo-Burleske
  2. Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig

Side D :

  1. Adagio.Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend

 

Reviews:

“Leonard Bernstein is still Gustav Mahler’s most famous and, controversially, most significant interpreter. It was he who really popularised the composer’s music in the USA and he invented a whole new performing tradition for Mahler. The vast Andante comodo feels expansive and well paced, and Bernstein manages the transitions through consolation and tragedy very effectively... The finale is controversial but I still found it utterly involving and never did I find it indulgent or wilful. In fact the final bars moved me immensely. The key to his interpretation was his stated view that the Adagio finale takes the form of a prayer, Mahler’s last chorale,his closing hymn so to speak, and it prays for the restoration of life, of tonality, of faith.” Music Web International

 

Ratings:

Discogs : 4.74 / 5

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