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Mahler - Symphony No 1

Gustav Mahler Audio CD

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1. Langsam. Schleppend
2. Kraeftig Bewegt
3. Feierlich gemessen, ohne zu schleppen - sehr einfach und schlicht wie eine Volksweise
4. Stuermich Bewegt
5. Wenn Mein Schatz Hochzeit Macht
6. Ging Heut' Morgen Ueber's Feld
7. Ich hab' ein gluehend Messer
8. Die Zwei Blauen Augen

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Mahler First To Consider 25 May 2011
By J. F. Laurson - Published on
Format:Audio CD
[From WETA's Mahler survey]

Otmar Suitner's 1963 LP for the East German VEB Schallplatten (People's-Owned Company - Records) with the Staatskapelle Dresden is the only truly exciting "First" that I have recently discovered for myself (save Haitink/CSO). Superb, rich mono sound, compelling conducting, wild climaxes, musicality and frenzy in perfect balance. Little wonder Berlin Classics has re-issued this on their "Eterna Collection"--both as a heavy vinyl LP and a beautifully produced CD with the original cover and liner notes. It further helps this release that it is coupled with an equally--or even more--gorgeous rendition of the "Songs of a Wayfarer". The (East-) Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra under Kurt Sanderling and booming roundness of Herrmann Prey were recorded in 1961 and it'd all be a perfect match were it not for the considerable distortion. All the same a true joy to listen to.

[Top 5 Recording of Mahler Firsts]
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