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Gürzenich-Orchester Köln & Markus Stenz Gustav Mahler: Symphony Nr. 8 in Es-Dur OC 653 SACD
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FormatSuper Audio CD
Ordering NumberOC 653
Release date12/09/2012
Players/ContributorsMusicians Composer
  • Mahler, Gustav

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      Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major

      Gürzenich Orchestra of Cologne
      Barbara Haveman, soprano · Orla Boylan, soprano
      Christiane Oelze, soprano · Anna Palimina, soprano
      Petra Lang, mezzo soprano · Maria Radner, alto
      Brandon Jovanovich, tenor · Hanno Müller-Brachmann, baritone
      Günther Groissböck, bass

      Girls and Boys of the Choirs at Cologne Cathedral
      Choir of the Cologne Bach Society
      Cologne Cathedral Choir · Cologne Carthusian Choir
      Philharmonic Choir of the City of Bonn
      Cologne Cathedral Vocal Ensemble
      Markus Stenz, conductor

      The world premiere of the Eighth Symphony of Gustav Mahler (1860 – 1911) on 12 September 1910 in Munich under the composer’s own direction was a triumph. As never before, the star conductor was also acknowledged by the public as a composer. The work had been composed four years prior to the premiere. “It is the largest that I have done so far. And so individual in content and form that one cannot write about it,” the director of the Vienna Court Opera reported in August 1906. OehmsClassics presents the SACD as a live recording of the concerts performed at the Cologne Philharmonie in September 2011.

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      SACD 1
      • Erster Teil
        • 1.Hymnus »Veni, creator spiritus«10:54
        • 2.Accende lumen sensibus09:01
        • 3.Gloria Patri Domino02:40
      • Zweiter Teil
        Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Schlussszene aus Faust. Eine Tragödie.
        • 4.Poco adagio09:00
        • 5.Waldung, sie schwankt heran04:18
        • 6.Ewiger Wonnebrand01:36
        • 7.Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu Füßen04:43
        • 8.Gerettet ist das edle Glied05:15
        • 9.Hier ist die Aussicht frei04:16
        • 10.Dir, der Unberührbaren03:20
        • 11.Du schwebst zu Höhen01:19
        • 12.Bei dem Bronn, zu dem schon weiland07:36
        • 13.Komm! hebe dich zu höhern Sphären01:14
        • 14.Blicket auf zum Retterblick05:49
        • 15.Chorus Mysticus: Alles Vergängliche05:50
      • Total:01:16:51