When Russian conductors and orchestras play Mahler, there's always something new to dicover (eg.Svetlanov's M3). Fedoseyev and USSR Radio Symphony (now called Tchaikovsky Moscow Symphony) gives very unique account of the work, bringing inner parts of the score exposed in very fluid sort of phrasing, even chaotic at times emphasising clashing contrast between positive and negative force in the 1st movement. 2nd and the last movement is very fast and driven. I still love Giulini, Karajan, Bernstein, Abbado and Levine's slow interpretaion, but Fedoseyev's reading gave me fresh insight into the work. Highly enjoyable live recording.