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CD81981 Mahler-KNABEN WUNDERHORN-Herreweghe/Amsterdam

CD81981 Mahler-KNABEN WUNDERHORN-Herreweghe/Amsterdam
CD81981 Mahler-KNABEN WUNDERHORN-Herreweghe/Amsterdam
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CD81981 Mahler-KNABEN WUNDERHORN-Herreweghe/Amsterdam

Gustav MAHLER (1860-1911) DES KNABEN WUNDERHORN Orchesterlieder (complete version according to Herreweghe)

ZaterdagMatinee, Concertgebouw Amsterdam 30.I.2010 Recorded via FM - Radio 4 (NL) - direct broadcast - converted to MP3/320 kbps

Henriette Bonde-Hansen (s) Alice Coote (mz) Thomas Mohr (t) Florian Boesch (br)

Radio Kamer Filharmonie PHILIPPE HERREWEGHE (c)

Tracks (total time 64:31): 01. Revelge, 1899, added after 1901 by Mahler 02. Verlor'ne Müh, 1892 03. Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt, 1893 04. Das irdische Leben, 1892 05. Trost im Unglück, 1892 06. Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen, 1898 07. Wie hat dies Liedelein erdacht?, 1892 08. Lob des hohen Verstandes, 1896 09. Der Tambourg'sell, 1901, afterwards added by Mahler 10. Das himmlische Leben, 1892, used for the Finale of Symphony No. 4 11. Lied des Verfolgten im Turm, 1898 12. Rheinlegendchen, 1893 13. Der Schildwache Nachtlied, 1892 14. Urlicht, 1893, afterwards deleted by Mahler



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