Notes & Reviews:
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra just keeps on getting better! First we received a Mahler 2nd for review. It was good, but did not make the final cut for inclusion in "debut!". Next came a Shostakovich Fifth coupled with the Second Piano Concerto. This we did include: the music of Shostakovich seemed much better suited to the tonal palette of the orchestra. Now comes a wonderful Mahler 3rd that is able to stand with the best in the catalog. Bravo! Recommended to any Mahler aficionado.
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American Classics - Virgil Thomson / Gil-Ordóñez, et al
Schubert: Die Schone Mullerin / Lorenz, Norman Shetler
Saint-Saens, Schumann: Cello Concertos / Rostropovich
Dowland: Lute Music Vol 2 / Nigel North
El-Khoury: New York, Tears. and Hope / LSO, et al
From Byzantium To Andalusia / Oni Wytars Ensemble
Light Classics - Rodgers: The Sound of Music, etc / Hayman
Spanish Classics - Rodrigo: Complete Orchestral Works Vol 3
Bernstein Century - Mahler: Symphony no 7 / New York PO
Works DetailsMahler, Gustav : Symphony no 3 in D minor
- Performers: Jeffrey Curnow (Posthorn); Mary Preston (Organ)
- Conductor: Andrew Litton
- Ensemble: Texas Boy's Choir Fort Worth
- Notes: Eugene McDermott Concert Hall of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, TX (05/14/1998-05/19/1998)
- Running Time: 94 min. 39 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1893-1896