Notes & Reviews:
Mahler's 'Symphony No. 9' can in one sense be viewed as a work of leave-taking, of breaking away even - specifically from the late Romantic style of composing. The work is, in effect, the final summation of late Romantic composition. Conductor Gunter Herbig is renowned for his interpretations not only of the basic repertoire but also of such contemporary composers as Reimann and Hartmann; he brings great authority and understanding to Mahler's majestic 'Symphony No. 9.'
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Tansman: Symphonies Vol 1 / Caetani, Melbourne SO
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Works DetailsMahler, Gustav : Symphony no 9 in D major
- Conductor: Günther Herbig
- Running Time: 78 min. 31 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1908-1909