CD Import

Complete Edition : Klemperer / Rattle / Giulini / Tennstedt / Barbirolli / F-Dieskau, Schwarzkopf, etc (16CD)(Ldt)

Mahler (1860-1911)

User Review :5.0
★
★
★
★
★

Item Details

Genre
:
Catalogue Number
:
6089852
Number of Discs
:
16
Format
:
CD
Other
:
Import

Product Description

EMI Box 150 birth anniversary
Mahler Complete Edition (Limited Edition)

CD1
Song of grief (1878-80, revised 1892-3 & 1898-9)
Helena Deze (soprano)
Arufurida Hodgson (mezzo-soprano)
Robert Teare, (tenor)
Shawn Lee (bass)
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Simon Rattle
October 1983 12 & 13, June 24, 1984, Town Hall, Birmingham recorded

Piano Quartet in A minor (unfinished 1876-8) - first movement *
Domus *
April 1988, Barunabasu Church St., Woodside Park, London recording

CD2
Wandering rally song (poem Mahler) (1884-5, revised? 1891-6) (all 4 songs)
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone)
Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
June 1952 24 & 25, Kingsway Hall, London Recordings (mono)

Symphony No. 1 in D major, "Giant" (1884-8, revised 1893-6)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Carlo Maria Giulini
March 30, 1971, Temple MEDINAH, recorded in Chicago

CD3
Symphony No. 2 in C minor (1888-94, revised 1903) "Resurrection"
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Hilde = Roessl Majdan (mezzo-soprano)
Philharmonia Chorus
Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor Otto Klemperer
November 1961 22-24 days 15,24 Sun in March 1962, Kingsway Hall, London Recording

CD4
Lieder (1879-83)
1.Im Lenz (poetry Mahler)
2.Winterlied (poetry Mahler)
3.Maitanz im Grunen (poetry Mahler)
Ian Bosutorijji (tenor)
Antonio Pappano (piano)
(New record) February 19, 2010, St. Jude = On = the = Hill, Hampstead, London Recording

Discrete and singing (1) (1880-7)
4.Morning of the spring (Leander poetry)
5.Memories (Leander poetry)
6.Hans and Grethe (poem Mahler)
7.Serenade of Don Juan (Tirso de Molina poem, Braunfels)
8.Illusion of Don Juan (Tirso de Molina poem, Braunfels)

(2) (Ming and Al Brentano: the magic horn ,1887-90 than children)
9.To discipline the child for mischief
10.I walked the forest green fun
11.To the outside, outside
12.Powerful imagination

(3) (Ming and Al Brentano: the magic horn ,1887-90 than children)
13.The fort Strassburg
14.Birds in the summer instead
15.Avoidance and separation
16.Seeing other

4,9 - Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano) , Gerald Moore (piano)
1,3-5 May 1959, one of Abbey Road Studios, London Recording

5,10,14 - Catherine Karuneusu (soprano) , Roger Vinyoles (piano)
1998 7-9 July day of St. Michael Church, Highgate, London Recording

6,12,15 - Brigitte Fassbender (soprano) , Irwin Gage (piano)
1979 October 24-26 days in March 1980 11-14 days Gemaindehausu recording Berurintserendorufu

16 - Alice Coote (mezzo-soprano) , Julius Drake (piano)
2002 December 19-21 day Patton Hall, Suffolk Record

7,8,11,13,17 - Dietrich Fisher-Dieskau (baritone) , Daniel Barenboim (piano)
February 1978 5-10 days Jimensuvira, recorded in Berlin

CD4-18 - CD5
Symphony No. 3 in D minor (1893-6, revised 1906)
Birgit Renmeruto (contralto)
City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus Women
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Simon Rattle
October 1997 5-7 day Symphony Hall, Birmingham recorded

Chapter of flowers (created for the Symphony No. 1, Year 1906 abandoned)
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Paavo Jarvi
May 2007, hr Zendezaru, recorded in Frankfurt

CD6
Symphony No. 4 in G major (1892,1899-1900, revised 1901-10)
Margaret Price (soprano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor Jascha Horenstein
November 1970 23 & 24, Town Hall, Barking, London Recordings

CD7
Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901-2, later revised)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor Klaus Tennstedt
December 13, 1988, Royal Festival Hall, London Recordings (Live)

CD8 - CD9
Songs recall the dead child (poem by Ruckert) (1901-4) (5 tracks)
Kathleen Ferrier (contralto)
Vienna Philharmonic
Conductor Bruno Walter
October 4, 1949, Kingsway Hall, London Recordings (mono)

5 Ruckert songs (1901-2), Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano)
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor John Barbirolli
July 1969 17 & 18, recording Watford Town Hall

Symphony No. 6 in A minor (1903-4, revised 1906, later revised) "Tragic"
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor John Barbirolli
August 1967 17-19 days Kingsway Hall, London Recording

CD10
Symphony No. 7 (1904-5, later revised), "Song of the Night"
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Simon Rattle
June 1991 21 & 22, Concert Hall, Severus, Severus (1991, Old Rose Festival, live)

CD11 - CD12
"Magical horn of the children" from Lieder (Brentano & Poetry aluminate) (1892-1901) (12 songs)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone)
London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor George Szell
March 1968 8 & 9, Kingsway Hall, London Recording

Symphony No. 8 in E flat major (1906-7) "Symphony of a Thousand"
Elizabeth Connell (soprano I), Uinsu Edith (soprano II)
Charlotte Felicity (soprano III), Touruderize Schmidt (contralto I)
Dinizu Nadine (contralto II), Vasaru Richard (tenor)
Hinninen Jorma (baritone), Hans Sotin (bass)
Tiffin School Boys Choir, London Philharmonic Choir
David Hill (organ)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor Klaus Tennstedt
April 1986 20-24 days Worsamustu Town Hall, London Recording , October 1986 8-10 days of Westminster Cathedral, London Recordings

CD13
Song of the Earth ( "Flute of China" (poem Betoge) from) (1907-9)
Christa Ludwig (contralto), Fritz Vundarihhi (tenor)
Philharmonia Orchestra and New Firuhani Orchestra
Conductor Otto Klemperer
February 1964 19-22 days Kingsway Hall & November 1964 7 & the 8th, 1966 July 6 to 9, The Abbey Road Studio 1, London Recording

CD14
Symphony No. 9 in D major (1908-9)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor John Barbirolli
January 1964 10,11,14 & 18, Church of Jesus Christ, Berlin recording

CD15
F-sharp minor Symphony No. 10 (1910)
(Mahler manuscript, and Derek Cook Berthold Goldschmidt, Colin Matthews & Cooperative play version by David Matthews)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor Simon Rattle
September 1999 24 & 25, Philharmonic, Recorded live in Berlin

CD16-Bonus Tracks
5 Ruckert Lieder (1901-2)
Thomas Hampson (baritone)
Wolfram Rieger (piano)
March 1996 19-21 day one of Abbey Road Studios, London Recording

I was dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano)
Halle Orchestra
Conductor John Barbirolli
May 4, 1967, No. 1, Abbey Road Studios, London Recording

I was dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert) (LP from the new remastered)
Christa Ludwig (soprano)
Gerald Moore (piano)
November 1957 1,11,13,14,17 & 20, The Abbey Road Studio 1, London Recording

I was dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Christa Ludwig (soprano)
Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor Otto Klemperer
February 1964 17-19 days Kingsway Hall, London Recording

I was dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Dietrich Fischer- Dieskau (baritone)
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
February 1978 5-10 days Jimensuvira, recorded in Berlin

I dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Thomas Allen (baritone)
British Chamber Orchestra
Conductor Jeffrey Tate
May 1988 16 & 17, October 16, 1989, The Abbey Road Studio 1, London Recording

I dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Brigitte Fassbender (soprano)
Irwin Gage (piano)
1979 October 24-26 days in March 1980 11-14 days Gemaindehausu recording

I dumped into the world (poem by Ruckert)
Catherine Karuneus(soprano)
Roger Vinyoles (piano)
1998 7-9 July day of St. Michael Church, Highgate, London Recording

fourth movement of Symphony No. 2) (a strange horn of child)
Alice Coote (mezzo-soprano)
Julius Drake (piano)
2002 December 19-21 day Patton Hall, Suffolk Record

Customer Reviews

Read all customer reviews

Comprehensive Evaluation

★
★
★
★
★

5.0

★
★
★
★
★
 
8
★
★
★
★
☆
 
2
★
★
★
☆
☆
 
0
★
★
☆
☆
☆
 
0
★
☆
☆
☆
☆
 
0
★
★
★
★
☆
交響曲全曲でこの値段。会員価格なら3千円...

投稿日:2016/08/16 (火)

交響曲全曲でこの値段。会員価格なら3千円。アナログレコード時代なら2枚組になる第3番だけの購入金額より安いので、驚きです。音源の古いものも含まれていますが、往年の名指揮者たとえばクレンペラーやホーレンシュタインなど味わい深いです。

テリーヌ さん | 兵庫県 | 不明

1
★
★
★
★
★
色々な発見があって楽しめるセットであった...

投稿日:2010/12/05 (日)

色々な発見があって楽しめるセットであった。テンシュテットはライブが素晴らしいというのも良く分かった。バルビローリのゆったりとしているがしみじみとした演奏も良かった。いつも感じるのは、マーラーはへたな演奏でも味になること。4番最初の弦と管の不揃いも面白く聞けた。歌曲は多数の歌手のそれぞれが素晴らしく、これらを比較できたことは掛け値なしに素晴らしい。ただし10番はやはりアダージョだけで十分。EMIに企画に拍手。

Dinkelbrot さん | 群馬県 | 不明

3
★
★
★
★
★
私の手持ちとのWりは、クレンペラーの「大...

投稿日:2010/11/06 (土)

私の手持ちとのWりは、クレンペラーの「大地の歌」のみ。交響曲全集はクーベリック/バイエルンのDGのBOXで十分、と思っていたが、価格が安かったので購入した。交響曲は、多彩な指揮者とオケによる聴き比べができるし、歌曲や断章のみの室内楽まで収録された内容に、大変満足している。これからマーラーを聴こうという方には、この全集はたいへんいいと思う。余裕ができたら、その時に他の演奏にも手を出せばよい。「一生モノ」という呼称は、決して大袈裟ではない。まさにアニヴァーサリー・エディションにふさわしい企画。

とねりこ さん | 北海道 | 不明

1

Introduction Individuals/organizations

Individuals/organizations Page

Mahler (1860-1911)

Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was a composer and conductor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries whose career was centered largely in Vienna. A youthful supporter of Wagner and Bruckner, he absorbed aspects of their music in his semi-autobiographical works, adopting their adventurous harmonies and large-scale forms. Mahler's style is notable for its extreme emotions, from triumphant and joyous to

See More Detailed Profile

Recommend Items