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on 10 November 1999
Karajan's 1978 recording of Mahler's Sixth has been transferred to CD and shines like new - don't be put off by the Analogue origins! Critics have run through the whole dictionary of superlatives in their attempts to describe this performance, so I won't try to compete. However, I will say that cowbells have never sounded so haunting, nor hammerblows so stultifying... Simon Rattle will have to go some to make the Berlin Philharmonic sound this good again.
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