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Why Mahler?: How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed the World  

Posted by free4magazines at April 4, 2015
Why Mahler?: How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed the World

Why Mahler?: How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed the World
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 0571260799 | 2011 | 384 pages | 1 MB / 0.6 MB

A century after his death, Gustav Mahler is the most important composer of modern times. Displacing Beethoven as a box-office draw, heard in Hollywood films and on state occasions, his music inspires particular devotion. Some believe it helps heal emotional wounds, others find intellectual fascination in its contradictory meanings, and many feel that the music captures the yearnings and anxieties of our post-industrial society. In this highly original account of the composer's life and work, Norman Lebrecht explores the Mahler Effect, asking why Mahler's music has become the soundtrack to our twenty-first-century lives.
Franz Schubert - Jonathan Nott & Bamberger Symphoniker - Symphonien 1-8, Dialog & Eplilog [6CD] (2011) {Tudor}

Franz Schubert - Jonathan Nott & Bamberger Symphoniker - Symphonien 1-8, Dialog & Eplilog [6CD] (2011) {Tudor}
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© 2011 Tudor Recording | TUD301610
Classical / Orchestral / Romantic

Starting in 2003, Jonathan Nott and the Bamberg Symphony pursued the ambitious project of recording Franz Schubert's symphonies Nos. 1-8, and the SACDs were individually released later that decade to considerable critical praise. This 2011 set of six SACDs brings together the four albums with the symphonies, plus two collections of modern compositions inspired by Schubert's music. Nott's conducting tends to be on the fast side in Schubert, and the Bamberg Symphony is sometimes a little uneven in sound quality. But by and large, they demonstrate a great understanding of Schubert's styles, both in his Classical and Romantic veins, and acquit themselves with enthusiasm and brilliance.
Mahler: Symphony No 2 - Simone Young, Hamburg Philharmonic (2011)

Mahler: Symphony No 2 - Simone Young, Hamburg Philharmonic (2011)
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Genre: Classical | Label: Oehms | Catalog Number: 412

Mahler’s Resurrection has been much recorded in recent years, so much so that new versions prompt one to groan inwardly and mutter: ‘Not another one’. Such ubiquity has its price, for any newcomer has to be something out of the ordinary if it’s to have any impact. Of recent releases David Zinman (Sony-BMG), Jonathan Nott (Tudor) and James Levine (Orfeo) definitely belong in this category; Vladimir Jurowski (LPO) and Markus Stenz (Oehms) manifestly don’t. And now Oehms are taking another bite out of the cherry, with the Hamburg orchestra led by their chief conductor Simone Young. Curiously, this was recorded at around the same time as the Stenz Mahler 2, which seems extravagant in this already overstocked field.

Absolutely Nott Hill - July 2012  

Posted by denisbul at July 3, 2012
Absolutely Nott Hill - July 2012

Absolutely Nott Hill - July 2012
English | True PDF | 164 pages | 68.7 MB

Nott Goddess of Night by Road of Heroes  

Posted by Alexpal at July 13, 2010
Nott Goddess of Night by Road of Heroes

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– From The Road of Heroes
“..The ruler of the Land of Night is a goddess from old times, a sorceress older than the mountains and colder than the coldest star.”

Her very name means “Night.” Giant in size, fabled in beauty, Nott stands mysteriously apart from the gods of Asgard, bringing darkness to the nine realms and dreams of love to god and man alike. With her schemes and her seductive power, Nott bestrides the Road of Heroes like a blue colossus. She will not be ignored.
Wiener Philharmoniker - Mahler: Symphony No. 4 (1984) {CBS Masterworks}

Wiener Philharmoniker - Mahler: Symphony No. 4 (1984) {CBS Masterworks}
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Genre: classical

Mahler: Symphony No. 4 is the 1984 album by The Wiener Philharmoniker. Conducted by Lorin Maazek, this also features soprano Kathleen Battle. This was released by CBS Masterworks.
Sir Colin Davis, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra - Mahler: Symphonie Nr. 1 - Der Titan (1988) {Novalis}

Sir Colin Davis, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra - Mahler: Symphonie Nr. 1 - Der Titan (1988) {Novalis}
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Genre: classical

Mahler, Symphonie Nr. 1: Der Titan is the 1988 album by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Colin Davis. This was released by Novalis.
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Ivan Fischer - Mahler: Symphony No.6 (2005) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Budapest Festival Orchestra, Ivan Fischer - Mahler: Symphony No.6 (2005)
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Studio Master, Official Digital Download, Channel Classics

Fischer’s performance of the Sixth is quite similar to Abbado’s recent live recording for DG. Textures are generally light and transparent, with a swift opening march that, by the same token, never sounds unduly rushed or trivialized. The andante comes second, not the best option in my view, but Fischer has the intelligence to treat it as a true andante, and not as an adagio (which is a more legitimate possibility when it’s placed third). However, in contrast to Abbado’s boring Berliners, Fischer’s orchestra plays better, and he’s much better recorded. Just listen to the characterful brass in the coda of the first movement, with a particularly fine first trumpet, or the splendid woodwinds in the trios of the scherzo. The emphasis on fleetness never compromises expressivity, as happens in Berlin.
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Ivan Fischer - Mahler: Symphony No.2 (2006) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Budapest Festival Orchestra, Ivan Fischer - Mahler: Symphony No.2 (2006)
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This is Ivan Fischer’s second Mahler symphony for Channel Classics with the Budapest Festival Orchestra, his first being the Sixth recorded in February 2005. His opening to this Resurrection symphony, its hero’s Funeral Rites, is disciplined with touches of brusqueness in the brass. But as this is supposed to ask ‘Why did you live?’ I’m very aware of Fischer’s empathy for the visionary aspects of the movement, as if to answer ‘To experience all that’s lovely’.

Gustav Mahler - Il mio tempo verrà [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Nov. 13, 2016
Gustav Mahler - Il mio tempo verrà [Repost]

Gustav Mahler - Il mio tempo verrà
2011 | ISBN: 8865760277 | Italiano | 754 pages | EPUB | 2.5 MB