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In the 1960s, once the stereophonic technique was available, the first recordings of the entire symphonic cycle of Gustav Mahler's works were begun, and three were by conductors who dedicated themselves to this great production: Leonard Bernstein for CBS, Georg Solti for Decca and Erich Leinsdorf for RCA. While the complete editions of the first two directors have been available on the market for years, Leinsdorf's version is absent. However, it is a great interpretation, supported by excellent sound quality. After having published (WS 121.410) the Symphonies n. 5 and 6, we are now making the precious version of Symphony no. 3 available, to which a rare edition of the orchestral extracts of Goetterdaemmuerug is added.
In the 1960s, once the stereophonic technique was available, the first recordings of the entire symphonic cycle of Gustav Mahler's works were begun, and three were by conductors who dedicated themselves to this great production: Leonard Bernstein for CBS, Georg Solti for Decca and Erich Leinsdorf for RCA. While the complete editions of the first two directors have been available on the market for years, Leinsdorf's version is absent. However, it is a great interpretation, supported by excellent sound quality. After having published (WS 121.410) the Symphonies n. 5 and 6, we are now making the precious version of Symphony no. 3 available, to which a rare edition of the orchestral extracts of Goetterdaemmuerug is added.
8051773574146
Mahler / Wagner / Boston Symphony Orchestra - Symphony No. 3

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Format: CD
Label: Urania
Rel. Date: 01/05/2024
UPC: 8051773574146

Symphony No. 3
Artist: Mahler / Wagner / Boston Symphony Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $25.19
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DISC: 1

1. Kräftig - Entschieden [32:38]
2. II. Tempo di menuetto. Sehr mässig [09:52]
3. III. Comodo. Scherzando. Ohne Hast [16:10]
4. IV. Sehr langsam. Misterioso [08:43]
5. V. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck [04:27]
6. VI. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden [20:24]
7. Act I: Dawn [07:10]
8. Act I: Siegfried's Rhine Journey [04:56]
9. Act I: Interlude [06:50]
10. Act II: Prelude [02:59]
11. Act III: Siegfried's Funeral March [08:00]
12. Conclusion [06:05]

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In the 1960s, once the stereophonic technique was available, the first recordings of the entire symphonic cycle of Gustav Mahler's works were begun, and three were by conductors who dedicated themselves to this great production: Leonard Bernstein for CBS, Georg Solti for Decca and Erich Leinsdorf for RCA. While the complete editions of the first two directors have been available on the market for years, Leinsdorf's version is absent. However, it is a great interpretation, supported by excellent sound quality. After having published (WS 121.410) the Symphonies n. 5 and 6, we are now making the precious version of Symphony no. 3 available, to which a rare edition of the orchestral extracts of Goetterdaemmuerug is added.
        
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