Gustav Mahler / Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra : The Complete Mahler Symphonies (12xCD, RE, RM + Box, Comp)
Gustav Mahler / Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra : The Complete Mahler Symphonies (12xCD, RE, RM + Box, Comp)
Gustav Mahler / Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra : The Complete Mahler Symphonies (12xCD, RE, RM + Box, Comp)

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Gustav Mahler / Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra - The Complete Mahler Symphonies

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Gustav Mahler / Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra - The Complete Mahler Symphonies

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

Format:      12xCD, RE, RM + Box, Comp
Country:    Europe  
Released:  
2012-03-09
Genre:       Classical
Style:         Romantic

Track List:

. Symphony No. 1 In D Major “Titan”
. Symphony No. 2 In C Minor “Resurrection”
. Symphony No. 3 In D Minor
. Symphony No. 4 In G Major
. Symphony No. 5 In C-sharp Minor
. Symphony No. 6 In A Minor “Tragic”
. Symphony No. 9 In D Major
. Symphony No. 7 In E Minor
. Symphony No. 8 In E-flat Major “Symphony Of A Thousand”
. Symphony No. 10 (Unfinished)
. Kindertotenlieder

Notes: 

CD 1: Recording: Philharmonic Hall, now Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, October 4 & 22, 1966 Producers: John McClure & Thomas Z. Shepard Engineers: Fred Praut & Ed Michalski ℗ 1967 Sony Music Entertainment CDs 2/3: Lee Venora soprano Jennie Tourel mezzo-soprano The Collegiate Chorale Abraham Kaplan director Recording: Manhattan Center, New York City, USA, September 29 & 30, 1963 Producer: John McClure ℗ 1964 Sony Music Entertainment CDs 4/5: Martha Lipton mezzo-soprano Women’s Chorus of the Schola Cantorum Hugh Ross director Boys’ Choir of the Church of the Transfiguration Stuart Gardner director John Corigliano solo violin John Ware solo posthorn Recording: Manhattan Center, New York City, USA, April 3, 1961 Producer: John McClure ℗ 1962 Sony Music Entertainment CD 6: Reri Grist soprano Recording: St. George Hotel, Brooklyn, New York City, USA, February 1, 1960 Producer: John McClure ℗ 1960 Sony Music Entertainment CD 7: James Chambers horn Recording: Philharmonic Hall, now Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, January 7, 1963 Producer: John McClure ℗ 1964 Sony Music Entertainment CDs 8/9: Recording: Philharmonic Hall, now Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, May 2 & 6, 1967 (Symphony No. 6), December 16, 1965 (Symphony No. 9) Producer: John McClure ℗ 1967 Sony Music Entertainment CD 10: Raymond Sabinsky mandolin Recording: Philharmonic Hall, now Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, USA, December 14 & 15, 1965 Producer: John McClure ℗ 1966 Sony Music Entertainment CD 11: Erna Spoorenberg mezzo-soprano: Magna Peccatrix Gwyneth Jones soprano: Una poenitentium Gwenyth Annear soprano: Mater gloriosa Anna Reynolds alto: Mulier Samaritana Norma Procter alto: Maria Aegyptiaca John Mitchinson tenor: Doctor Marianus Vladimir Ruzdjak baritone: Pater ecstaticus Donald McIntyre bass: Pater profundus London Symphony Chorus Donald Hunt chorus master Orpington Junior Singers Sheila Mossman chorus master Highgate School Boys’ Choir Edward Chapman chorus master Finchley Children’s Music Group John Andrews music director Hans Vollenweider organ London Symphony Orchestra Recording: Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London, England, April 18-20, 1966 Producer: John McClure Engineer: Hellmuth Kolbe ℗ 1966 Sony Music Entertainment CD 12: Janet Baker soprano (2–6) Israel Philharmonic (2–6) Recording: Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City, USA, April 8, 1975 (1); Frederick Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, Israel, October 1974 (2–6) Producer: John McClure Engineers: Hellmuth Kolbe, Bud Graham & Ed Michalski ℗ 1975 Sony Music Entertainment CDs 1–12 consist of previously released material. Artist Photos: pp. 2, 7, 8, 30: Don Hunstein (C) Sony Music Archives pp. 14, 29: © Sony Music Archives This compilation ℗ & © 2012 Sony Music Entertainment Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment. All trademarks and logos are protected. Made in the EU. Sony Classical and "Sony Classial" are trademarks of Sony Music Entertainment.

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