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Mahler: Kindertotenlieder, etc; Webern: Passacaglia /Gielen

Album Summary

>Mahler, Gustav : Kindertotenlieder, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>Mahler, Gustav : Symphony no 10 in F sharp major (incomplete)
>Webern, Anton : Passacaglia for orchestra, Op. 1
>Webern, Anton : Im Sommerwind, idyll for orchestra
Performer Conductor Ensemble Composers

Notes & Reviews:

This song cycle is one of immense comfort, and is one of the highpoints of late-Romantic orchestral songs. To those people who think that Mahler's music is death-laden music written by a death-obsessed neuotic: Listen! Mahler tried to encompass the world in his music, and deathis an indivisible part of life. Listen to it, be touched, be comforted.



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>Mahler, Gustav : Kindertotenlieder, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  • Performer: Cornelia Kallisch (Mezzo Soprano)
  • Conductor: Michael Gielen
  • Ensemble: Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Hans Rosbaud Studio, Baden-Baden, Germany (06/25/1998-06/26/1998)
  • Running Time: 24 min. 8 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Vocal
  • Written: 1901-1904

>Mahler, Gustav : Symphony no 10 in F sharp major (incomplete)
  • Conductor: Michael Gielen
  • Ensemble: Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Hans Rosbaud Studio, Baden-Baden, Germany (11/16/1989-11/17/1989)
  • Running Time: 22 min. 20 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Orchestral
  • Written: 1910

>Webern, Anton : Passacaglia for orchestra, Op. 1
  • Conductor: Michael Gielen
  • Ensemble: Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Hans Rosbaud Studio, Baden-Baden, Germany (11/12/1992-11/14/1992)
  • Running Time: 11 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1908

>Webern, Anton : Im Sommerwind, idyll for orchestra
  • Conductor: Michael Gielen
  • Ensemble: Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Running Time: 13 min. 14 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1904