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CD88243 Mahler/ Dvorak - Gielen, Iven, Brachmann SWR 2011

CD88243 Mahler/ Dvorak - Gielen, Iven, Brachmann SWR 2011
CD88243 Mahler/ Dvorak - Gielen, Iven, Brachmann SWR 2011
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CD88243 Mahler/ Dvorak - Gielen, Iven, Brachmann SWR 2011

The now 83 years old Michael Gielen conducted last Friday an unusual work for such an analytical conductor: Dvorak´s 7th symphony. The result is as one would expect unusual, too. Something like a mixture of Boulez and the late Klemperer! And there are Mahler´s Wunderhorn songs. Gielen has chosen all female songs and duets plus Urlicht from the second and the last set of the fourth symphony. Christiane Iven is a wonderful singer for these songs!

Gustav Mahler (1860 – 1911) Gesänge aus „Des Knaben Wunderhorn"

01. Der Schildwache Nachtlied 02. Verlorne Müh´ 03. Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? 04. Das himmlische Leben 05. Trost im Unglück 06. Das irdische Leben 07. Lied des Verfolgten im Turm 08. Urlicht 09. Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen

Antonín Dvorak (1841 – 1904)

Symphony No. 7 in d-minor op. 70

Allegro maestoso Poco adagio Scherzo: Vivace Finale: Allegro

Christiane Iven, soprano/ mezzosoprano Hanno Müller- Brachmann , baritone SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg conductor: Michael Gielen

from digital cable live broadcast, March 25, 2011, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden

mp3 320 kb, excellent sound



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