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Mahler — Symphony No.9

Title: Mahler — Symphony No.9
Artist: Leonard Bernstein(cond)
Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam

Cat No.: LP43015
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Format: 2LP, Box, 180g Vinyl
Barcode : 8808678160154

● From the original masters of Universal Music.
● Audiophile analogue mastering by Kevin Gray
● Cutting at Cohearent Audio LLC.
● 180g audiophile virgin vinyl

RECORDING INFORMATION
Recording: Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal, 6/1985
Production: Hanno Rinke
Recording Supervision: Hans Weber
Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe

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

* Originally Released on 1983

Mahler — Symphony No. 9

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    Gustav Mahler(1833-1897)
    Symphonie No. 9

    SIDE1 Andante comodo

    SIDE2 Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers. Etwas täppisch und sehr derb

    SIDE3 Rondo-Burleske.Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig

    SIDE4 Adagio.Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend