New York Philharmonic - The Mahler Broadcasts 1948 - 1982 (12 CD box set, FLAC)
New York Philharmonic - The Mahler Broadcasts 1948 - 1982 (12 CD box set, FLAC)

Composer: Gustav Mahler
Orchestra: New York Philharmonic
Conductor: Sir John Barbirolli, Zubin Mehta, Pierre Boulez, Georg Solti, Klaus Tennstedt, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Rafael Kubelik, Leopold Stokowski, Bruno Walter, William Steinberg
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 12 CD box set
Format: FLAC (tracks+cue)
Size: 2.58 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

CD 01
Symphony No.1:

01 – Langsam, Schleppend
02 – Kräftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell
03 – Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen
04 – Stürmisch bewegt- Energisch
Sir John Barbirolli, coпductor
Broadcast of January 10, 1959, Carnegie Наll

Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of Wayfarer):
05 – Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht
06 – Ging heut morgen übers Feld
07 – Ich hab’ein glühend Messer
08 – Die zwei blauen Augen
William Steinberg, conductor
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone
Broadcast of November 27, 1964, Philharmonic Наll

CD 02
Symphony No.2

01 – Allegro maestoso
02 – Andante moderato
03 – In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
04 – Urlicht
05 – Im Tempo des Scherzos

Zubin Mehta, coпductor
Каthlееп Ваttlе, sopraпo;
Маurееn Forrester, coпtralto
Westminster Choir
Broadcast of March 7, 1982, Avery Fisher Hall

CD 03
Symphony No. 3

01 – Kräftig entschieden
02 – Tempo di Menuetto
03 – Comodo (Scherzando)
04 – Sehr langsam–Misterioso
05 – Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck

CD 04
Symphony No.3

01 – Langsam–Ruhevoll–Empfunden
Pierre Boulez, coпductor
Yvonne Minton, mezzo-soprano
Camerata Singers
Little Church Around the Corner Boys’ Choir and the Trinity Church Boys’ Choir
Brooklyn Boys’ Choir
Broadcast of October 23, 1976, Avety Fisher Hall

Symphony No.4:
02 – Bedächtig, nicht eilen
03 – In gemächlicher Bewegung, ohne Hast
04 – Ruhevoll
05 – Sehr behaglich
Georg Solti, conductor
Irmgard Seefried, soprano
Broadcast of January 13, 1962, Carnegie Hall

CD 05
Symphony No.5:

01 – Trauermarsch
02 – Stürmisch bewegt
03 – Scherzo
04 – Adagietto
05 – Rondo-Finale
Klaus Tennstedt, conductor
Broadcast of June 18, 1980, Avery Fisher Hall

CD 06
Symphony No. 6:

01 – Allegro energico,ma non troppo
02 – Andante moderato
03 – Scherzo
04 – Finale- Sostenuto-Allegro energico
Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor
Broadcast of April 10, 1955, Carnegie Hall

CD 07
Symphony No. 7:

01 – Langsam-Allegro con fuoco
02 – Nachtmusik- Allegro moderato
03 – Schattenhaft
04 – Nachtmusik- Andante amoroso

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CD 08
Symphony No. 7:

01 – Rondo-Finale- allegro ordinario
Rafael Kubelik, conductor
Broadcast of February 28, 1981, Avery Fisher Hall

Das Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth):
02 – Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde
03 – Der Einsame im Herbst
04 – Von der Jugend
05 – Von der Schönheit
06 – Der Trunkene im Frühling
07 – Der Abschied
Bruno Walter, conductor
Kathleen Ferrier, mezzo-soprano
Set Svanholm, tenor
Broadcast of January 18, 1948, Carnegie Hall

CD 09
Symphony No. 8:

01 – Veni, Creator Spiritus
02 – Poco adagio
03 – Chorus and Echo
04 – Pater ecstaticus
05 – Pater profundus
06 – Chorus of Angels
07 – Mater gloriosa
08 – Magna peccatrix
09 – Mater gloriosa
10 – Chorus mysticus
Leopold Stokowski, conductor
Frances Yeend, Uta Graf Camilla Williams, sopranos
Martha Lipton, Louise Bernhardt, contraltos
Eugene Conley, tenor;
Carlos Alexander, baritone
George London, bass-baritone
Schola Cantorurn, Westminster Choir
Boys’ Chorus from Public School No. 12,
Manhattan Broadcast of April 9, 1950, Carnegie Hall

CD 10
Symphony No. 9:

01 – Andante comodo
02 – Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers
03 – Rondo-Burleske
04 – Adagio
Sir John Barbirolli, conductor
Broadcast of December 8, 1962, Philharmonic Hall

CD 11
Symphony No. 10:

01 – Andante-Adagio
02 – Purgatorio
Dirnitii Mitropoulos, conductor
Broadcasts of January 16, 1960, and March 16, 1958, Carnegie Hall

The Conductors Speak About Mahler
03 – Bruno Walter (February 12, 1950)
04 – Leopold Stokowski (April 9, 1950)
05 – Sir John Barbirolli (April 24, 1964)

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William Malloch’s “I Remember Mahler”
Broadcast by KPFK on July 7, 1964
06 – Introductions
07 – Mahler in Vienna
08 – Mahler in the United States
09 – Mahler’s Relations with the New York Philharmonic

CD 12
William Malloch’s “I Remember Mahler”:

01 – Mahler and Other Composers
02 – Mahler’s Treatment of the Players
03 – The Fine Points of Mahler’s Interpretation
04 – Mahler’s Reorchestrations
05 – Benjamin Kohon Reminisces
06 – The Weiss Incident; Mahler and T chaikovsky
07 – Mahler’s Relations to the Audience and to the Press
08 – Random Recollections
09 – Anna Mahler Remembers Her Father
10 – Mahler and the Musicians

11 Comments

  1. Awesome whatever, thanks so much. Even just the “I Remember Mahler” on the last two disks alone is “worth the price of admission”, not to even mention all the other treasures in this set.

  2. I just now took them down, I’ll listen tomorrow (Sunday, after 11 PM here).
    Jus letting you know I’m looking forward to what you’ll do next.
    You are full of surprises; but, oh what a Benefactor to all the rest of us.
    Appreciate you, man.
    Bob

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