Mahler Symphony No. 4

Lisa Larsson

19.9927.49
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Original Recording Format: DSD 64

Not only in his fi rst symphony, but also in his third and fourth, Gustav Mahler repeatedly struggled with the various movements: whether to include them, or how to put them in the right place in the work. Symphony No. 3, completed in 1896, initially had seven movements, two of them to text from Des Knaben Wunderhorn. These Lieder, Es sungen drei Engel and “Das himmlische Leben” showed clear thematic similarities and were indeed meant as a pair in the symphony. But Mahler decided to remove the latter Lied, which he had meant to be the seventh movement. The symphony was already quite long, and perhaps two Lieder from Des Knaben Wunderhorn was a bit too much of a good thing. Ultimately this Lied, which Mahler actually wrote in 1892, found a place in his Symphony No. 4, which he completed in 1901.

Tracklist

1.
Symphony No. 4- I. Bedüchtig. Nicht eilen
17:12
2.
Symphony No. 4- II. In gemachlicher Bewegung. Ohne Hast
09:47
3.
Symphony No. 4- III. Ruhevoll
23:46
4.
Symphony No. 4- IV. Sehr behaglich ?Wir geniessen die himmlischen Freuden
09:57
5.
Des Knaben Wunderhorn- Das irdische Leben
02:48
6.
Des Knaben Wunderhorn- Verlorne Muh?!
02:39
7.
Des Knaben Wunderhorn- Lob des hohen Verstands
02:50

Total time: 01:08:59

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Genres

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Channels

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Original Recording Format

Cables

Siltech

Composers

Mastering Equipment

Avalon Acoustic

Mastering Engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Microphones

Sonodore

Producer

Bert van der Wolf

Recording Engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Recording location

Musis Sacrum Arnhem

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Recording Software

Merging

SKU

CC72659

Release Date January 1, 2016
SKU CC72659

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