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Gustav Mahler - The Music of Gustav Mahler: Issued 78s, 1903-1940 [Collectors' Edition] album download
Performer: Gustav Mahler
Title: The Music of Gustav Mahler: Issued 78s, 1903-1940 [Collectors' Edition]
Released: 2013
Style: Neo-Romantic, Romantic
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC VOX DXD ADX AU AHX MP2 MIDI
FLAC size: 1237 mb | MP3 size: 1692 mb | WMA size: 1827 mb
Genre: Classical

Those that aren't quite clear are still interesting for the interpretations, which can be discerned in the general shape and flow of the music. This set is highly recommended for dedicated Mahler aficionados and students of early recording techniques.

This collection of every known commercially issued Mahler recording from 1903-40 is one of the most important Mahler issues in recent decades and is very strongly recommended indeed. This set of eight compact discs is indispensable to serious Mahler fans. -Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun, July 7, 2014. Replay: Best Reissues, January 2014 - Epic Mahler Box-se. xcellent transfers and exhaustive notes complete a valuable issue. -Rob Cowan, Gramophone, January 2014. The booklet is 78 pages long. The set is truly a work of love. A complete traversal of the Mahler 78s, including the hard to find very first recording of the Fourth Symphony - from Japan! The transfers aren't bad, except for the expected excess of noise reduction.

Gustav Mahler ‎– The Music of Gustav Mahler: Issued 78s, 1903-1940. - The most comprehensive collection ever assembled of Mahler's music as issued on 78s between 1903 and 1940. Ending Sunday at 4:11PM BST4d 19hGenre: ClassicalStyle: SymphonyArtist: Various.

The most comprehensive collection ever assembled of Mahler’s music as issued on 78s between 1903 and 1940 - every such recording listed in Péter Fülöp’s Mahler Discography. New transfers by Ward Marston and Mark Obert-Thorn. Detailed notes on the music, the recording artists, and revelatory information about performances of Mahler’s music prior to World War II by Sybille Werner. Full texts and translations.

Gustav Mahler (German: ; 7 July 1860 – 18 May 1911) was an Austro-Bohemian late-Romantic composer, and one of the leading conductors of his generation. As a composer he acted as a bridge between the 19th century Austro-German tradition and the modernism of the early 20th century. Produced by Gene Gaudette Special thanks to Henry-Louis de La Grange.

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View and download Gustav Mahler music notes. 166 music sheets for any instrument in our online catalog for free. All Gustav Mahler sheet music. Mahler – Symphony No. 2 - Tuba - Excerpt 4. Lexcerpts. 2 - Tuba - Excerpt 4 - Rhythm. 2 - Tuba - Excerpt 2. 2 - Tuba - Excerpt 2 - Rhythm. 2 - Tuba - Excerpt 5 - Rhythm.

Gustav Mahler (German pronunciation: ; was a late-Romantic Austrian-Bohemian composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation. As a composer, he acted as a bridge between the 19th century Austro-German tradition and the modernism of the early 20th century.

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Acoustic Recordings, 1903-1925
1-1 Die Drei Pintos - Ein Mädchen Verloren
Vocals [Bass-Baritone] – Leopold Demuth
3:57
1-2 Des Knaben Wunderhorn - Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht?
Soprano Vocals – Grete Stückgold
1:56
1-3 Lieder Und Gesänge Aus Der Jugendzeit - Ich Ging Mit Lust
Soprano Vocals – Grete Stückgold
3:47
Symphony No. 2 In C Minor
Choir – Berliner Domchor*Conductor – Oskar FriedOrchestra – Kapelle Der Staatsoper Berlin*
1-4 1. Allegro Maestoso. Mit Durchaus Ernstem Und Feierlichem Ausdruck 21:57
2-1 2. Andante Moderato. Sehr Gemächlich! Nie Eilen! 10:06
2-2 3. In Ruhig Fließender Bewegung 12:24
2-3 4. Urlicht
Contralto Vocals – Emmi Leisner
5:58
2-4 5. Im Tempo Des Scherzos
Contralto Vocals – Emmi LeisnerSoprano Vocals – Gertrud Bindernagel
33:33
2-5 Des Knaben Wunderhorn - Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht
Alto Vocals – Lula Mysz-Gmeiner
2:14
The First Electrical Recordings, 1926-1930
3-1 Symphony No. 5 In C-Sharp Minor - 4. Adagietto
Conductor – Willem MengelbergOrchestra – Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam*
7:14
3-2 Des Knaben Wunderhorn - Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht
Alto Vocals – Lula Mysz-GmeinerPiano – Julius Dahlke
2:08
3-3 Das Lied Von Der Erde - Potpourri [Von Der Jugend]
Orchestra – Dol Dauber Salonorchester*
3:00
3-4 Das Knaben Wunderhorn - Rheinlegendchen
Orchestra – Dol Dauber Salonorchester*
3:27
Kindertotenlieder
Baritone Vocals – Heinrich RehkemperConductor – Jascha HorensteinOrchestra – Orchester Der Staatsoper Berlin*
3-5 1. Nun Will Die Sonn' So Hell Aufgeh'n 5:20
3-6 2. Nun Seh Ich Wohl, Warum So Dunkle Flammen 4:52
3-7 3. Wenn Dein Mutterlein Tritt Zur Tür Herein 4:49
3-8 4. Oft Denk Ich, Sie Sind Nur Ausgegangen 3:36
3-9 5. In Diesem Wetter, In Diesem Braus 6:54
3-10 Overture (Suite) No. 3 - 2. Air
Composed By – Johann Sebastian BachConductor – Willem MengelbergOrchestra – Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra Of New Yor*Orchestrated By – Gustav Mahler
3:39
3-11 Rücker Lieder - Um Mitternacht
Organ – Anthon Van Der Hörst*Soprano Vocals – Aaltje Noordewier-Reddingius
6:21
3-12 Des Knaben Wunderhorn - Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht
Piano – George ReevesSoprano Vocals – Elisabeth Schumann
1:55
Issued 78s, 1903-1940
Symphony No. 4 In G Major
Conductor – Viscount Hidemaro Konoye*Orchestra – Tokyo New Symphony Orchestra*
4-1 1. Bedachtig, Nicht Eilen 18:47
4-2 2. In Gemächlicher Bewegung. Ohne Hast 8:37
4-3 3. Ruhevoll 17:27
4-4 4. Sehr Behaglich
Soprano Vocals – Eiko Kitazawa
10:54
4-5 Symphony No. 2 In C Minor - 4. Urlicht
Conductor – Selmar MeyrowitzContralto Vocals – Mme. Sara Charles Cahier*Orchestra – Orchester Der Staatsoper Berlin*
4:49
4-6 Rücker Lieder - Ich Bin Der Welt Abhanden Gekommen
Conductor – Selmar MeyrowitzContralto Vocals – Mme. Sara Charles Cahier*Orchestra – Orchester Der Staatsoper Berlin*
5:01
4-7 Das Knaben Wunderhorn - Rhinlegendchen
Baritone Vocals – Heinrich SchlusnusConductor – Hermann WeigertOrchestra – Orchester Der Staatsoper Berlin*
3:42
4-8 Das Knaben Wunderhorn - Der Tamboursg'sell
Baritone Vocals – Heinrich SchlusnusConductor – Hermann WeigertOrchestra – Orchester Der Staatsoper Berlin*
4:58
Symphony No. 2 In C Minor
Choir – Twin City Chorus*Conductor – Eugene OrmandyOrchestra – Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
5-1 1. Allegro Maestoso. Mit Durchaus Ernstem Und Feierlichem Ausdruck 20:21
5-2 2. Andante Moderato. Sehr Gemächlich! Nie Eilen! 9:06
5-3 3. In Ruhig Fließender Bewegung 9:42
5-4 4. Urlicht
Contralto Vocals – Anne O'Malley Gallogly
5:36
5-5 5. Im Tempo Des Scherzos
Contralto Vocals – Anne O'Malley GalloglySoprano Vocals – Corinne Frank Bowen
33:03
6-1 Rückert-Lieder - Ich Bin Der Welt Abhanden Gekommen
Conductor – Bruno WalterContralto Vocals – Kerstin ThorborgOrchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker
6:03
Das Lied Von Der Erde
Conductor – Bruno WalterOrchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker
6-2 1. Das Trinklied Vom Jammer Der Erde
Tenor Vocals – Charles Kullman
8:31
6-3 2. Der Einsame Im Herbst
Contralto Vocals – Kerstin Thorborg
8:39
6-4 3. Von Der Jungend
Tenor Vocals – Charles Kullman
3:05
6-5 4. Von Der Schönheit
Contralto Vocals – Kerstin Thorborg
6:23
6-6 5. Der Trunkene Im Frühling
Tenor Vocals – Charles Kullman
4:17
6-7 6. Der Abschied
Contralto Vocals – Kerstin Thorborg
26:57
6-8 Symphony No. 5 In C-Sharp Minor - 4. Adagietto
Conductor – Bruno WalterOrchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker
8:05
Symphony No. 9
Conductor – Bruno WalterOrchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker
7-1 1. Andante Comodo 25:08
7-2 2. Im Tempo Eines Gemächlichen Ländlers. Etwas Täppisch Und Sehr Derb 15:50
7-3 3. Rondo - Burleske. Allegro Assai. Sehr Trotzig 11:28
7-4 4. Adagio 18:25
8-1 Rückert-Lieder - Ich Atmet' Einen Linden Duft [Sung In English]
Conductor – Malcolm Sargent*Tenor Vocals – Charles Kullman
2:56
8-2 Rückert-Lieder - Ich Atmet' Einen Linden Duft
Piano – Leo TaubmanSoprano Vocals – Suzanne Sten
3:01
8-3 Lieder Und Gesänge Aus Der Jungendzeit - Hans Und Grete
Piano – Leo TaubmanSoprano Vocals – Suzanne Sten
2:22
Symphony No. 1 In D Major
Conductor – Dimitri MitropoulosOrchestra – Minneapolis Symphony*
8-4 1. Langsam. Schleppend 13:35
8-5 2. Kräftig 6:15
8-6 3. Feierlich Und Gemessen, Ohne Zu Schleppen 10:25
8-7 4. Stürmisch Bewegt 17:21

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Urlicht Audio Visual
  • Recorded At – Concertgebouw, Amsterdam – 3-1
  • Recorded At – Central Hall, Westminster – 3-11
  • Recorded At – Small Queen's Hall, London – 3-12
  • Recorded At – Northrop Memorial Auditorium – 5-1 to 5-5, 8-4 to 8-7
  • Recorded At – Wiener Musikverein – 6-1 to 7-4
  • Recorded At – Parlophone Studio, Kawasaki, Japan – 4-1 to 4-4

Credits

  • Composed By – Gustav Mahler
  • Liner Notes – Sybille Werner
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Gene Gaudette
  • Transferred By – Charles Martin (tracks: 8-4 to 8-7), Mark Obert-Thorn (tracks: 6-1 to 8-3), Ward Marston (tracks: 1-1 to 5-5)

Notes

Recording dates as shown in Booklet:
1-1: 1903 in Vienna; 1-2: ca. 1915; 1-3: Between 1919-1921 in Munich;
1-4 to 2-4: 1924 in Berlin
2-5: 1925 OR 1926
3-1: May 1926; 3-2: 1928;
3-3 & 3-4: 28 September 1928 in Vienna
3-5 to 3-9: 1928, Berlin
3-10: 16 January 1929 in New York
3-11: 1928
3-12: 18 February 1930
4-1 to 4-4: Recorded 28 & 29 May 1930, Parlophone Studio, Kawasaki
4-5, 4-6: Recorded 1 October 1930, Berlin; 4-7, 4-8: Recorded 1931
5-1 to 5-5: Recorded 6 January (in concert) to 7 January 1935. Recording venue appears on release as Cyrus Northrop Auditorium Minneapolis.
6-1 to 6-7 recorded in concert 24 May 1936; 6-8 recorded 16 January 1938
7-1 to 7-4 recorded in concert 16 January 1938
8-1 recorded 30 June 1938, London; 8-2, 8-3 recorded 1940; 8-4 to 8-7 recorded 4 November 1940. Recording venue appears on release as Cyrus Northrop Auditorium Minneapolis.

Artist Notes:
1-1, 2-5: Unknown pianist
1-2, 1-3: Unknown orchestra & conductor

Manufactured in E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 83583 26052 7
  • Mould SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI 7321
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): PAS UAV5980
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): PAS UAV5980-2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 3): PAS UAV5980-3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 4): PAS UAV5980-4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 5): PAS UAV5980-5
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 6): PAS UAV5980-6
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 7): PAS UAV5980-7
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 8): PAS UAV5980-8