Mahler - Symphony No. 4 download album
Symphony No. 4 in G major by Gustav Mahler was written in 1899 and 1900, though it incorporates a song originally written in 1892. The song, "Das himmlische Leben", presents a child's vision of Heaven. It is sung by a soprano in the work's fourth and final movement. Although typically described as being in the key of G major, the symphony employs a progressive tonal scheme ('(b)/G-E').
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Fans of Gustav Mahler's joyous Symphony No. 4 in G major will relish this buoyant performance by Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra, featuring soprano Miah Persson, for it is wholly in keeping with the light tone and merry spirit of the score and is as delightful as any other recording on the market. Save this video. Gustav Mahler Symphony No. Recorded 23 April 2010. Throughout her distinguished career she has appeared at the Vienna State Opera, Metropolitan Opera New York, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Aix-en-Provence Festival, Berlin State Opera, Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, Gran Teatro del Liceu and many others. Mahler: Symphony No. 3.
The world premiere of his Symphony No. 4 took place under his baton on 25 November 1901 in Munich’s Großen Kaim-Saal with the then called Kaim-Orchester, present day Munich Philharmonic. His works have been a substantial part of the Munich Philharmonic’s core repertoire ever since and the orchestra has excelled on many occasions.
There is a unique purity and transparency in Mahler’s 4th Symphony. The enchanting slay bells take us to his inner child, to his dreams of angels, fairy tales, angst and pure, divine love. This child-like symphony needed a different orchestra: no dark tuba, no heavy trombones, no large arsenal of massive brass. Miah Persson (soprano). Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer. Series: Iván Fischer Mahler Symphonies. 56:55. Budapest Festival Orchestra.
|Symphony No. 4 In G Major|
|1||Bedächtig, Nicht Eilen||16:11|
|2||In Gemächtlicher Bewegung, Ohne Hast||9:13|
|4||Sehr Behaglich: "Wir Geniessen Die Himmlische Freuden"||8:27|
|5||Blumine, Symphonic Movement||7:29|
- Licensed From – Capriccio
- Conductor – Hartmut Haenchen
- Orchestra – Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra*
- Soprano Vocals – Alexandra Coku
NotesTrack 4 is a soprano solo on words from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 028421 921549
- Matrix / Runout: 34302-92154
- Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI UU011
- Other (Matrix SID Code): IFPI LT21
- Rights Society: STEMRA
|93277||Mahler*||Symphony No. 4 (CD, Album)||Brilliant Classics||93277||Unknown|
|13 510, 13510||Gustav Mahler / Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra*, Hartmut Haenchen||Gustav Mahler / Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra*, Hartmut Haenchen - Symphonie No.4 (CD)||Music Digital, Music Digital||13 510, 13510||Germany||2001|