Notes & Reviews:
"How delightful, then, to be able to report that this is unquestionably one of the great Mahler Firsts, a performance that has abundant character, ideas that work, and astounding playing, particularly from the Pittsburgh horn section...Honeck claims that he has tried to emphasize the music's debt to Austro-Bohemian folk music, and to bring out (even exaggerate) its brilliant orchestral colors. That's exactly what he does, and it's surely the right way to go...The otherwise very quiet audience gives a rousing cheer at the end, and you will too for a fabulously recorded live performance that truly captures the freshness and daring of this work as few other versions have. If you want "you are there" sonic realism, and an interpretation that hits you right in the gut, then you must hear this. Bravo!" - Classics Today (10/10)Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh (09/26/2008-09/28/2008).
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Works DetailsMahler, Gustav : Symphony no 1 in D major "Titan"
- Conductor: Manfred Honeck
- Notes: Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh (09/26/2008-09/28/2008)
- Running Time: 57 min. 12 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: ?/?1884-03/1888