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MAHLER, Leonard Bernstein, Wiener Philharmoniker

Symphonie No. 5

1. Trauermarsch (In gemessenem Schritt. Streng. Wie ein Kondukt - Plötzlich schneller. Leidenschaftlich. Wild - Tempo I) 14:34 2. Stürmisch bewegt. Mit größter Vehemenz - Bedeutend langsamer - Tempo I subito 15:00 3. Scherzo (Kräftig, nicht zu schnell) by Friedrich Pfeiffer & Wiener Philharmoniker & Leonard Bernstein 19:08 4. Adagietto (Sehr langsam) 11:18 5. Rondo-Finale (Allegro)
  • Leonard Bernstein - conductor
  • Wiener Philharmoniker - orchestra
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Label  : Analogphonic

Edycja kolekcjonerska, limitowana, jednorazowa

(...)Bernstein’s tempo for the Funeral March in the first movement of the Fifth Symphony became slower in the 23 years that separated his New York CBS recording from this one, made during a performance in Frankfurt. The strings-only passage at fig 15 in the first movement is exquisitely played, as is the long horn solo in the Scherzo. And there’s one marvellously exciting moment – the bright gleam of trumpet tone at one bar before fig 29 in the second movement. Best of all is Bernstein himself, here at his exciting best, giving a demonic edge to the music where it’s appropriate and building the symphony inexorably to its final triumph. Thanks to a very clear and well-balanced recording, every subtlety of scoring, especially some of the lower strings’ counterpoint, comes through as the conductor intended. One is made aware of the daring novelty of much of the orchestration, of how advanced it must have sounded in the early years of this century. Here we get the structure, the sound and the emotion. The Adagietto isn’t dragged out, and the scrupulous attention to Mahler’s dynamics allows the delightfully silken sound of the Vienna strings to be heard to captivating advantage, with the harp well recorded too. Bernstein is strongest in Mahler when the work itself is one of the more optimistic symphonies with less temptation for him to add a few degrees more of Angst. https://www.gramophone.co.uk/editorial/mahlers-symphony-no-5


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