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Mahler Symphony No. 9, Bruno Walter & Columbia Symphony Orchestra  Music

Posted by dakszhund at Sept. 15, 2009
Mahler Symphony No. 9, Bruno Walter & Columbia Symphony Orchestra

Mahler Symphony No. 9, Bruno Walter & Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Classical | CD | MP3 256 kbps| NO BOOKS NO COVER | 227 MB
Sony SM2K 64452 | Release Date: 2003

It was to Bruno Walter that Mahler entrusted the score of his Ninth Symphony in the autumn of 1910, knowing that he himself would not live to conduct the premiere. Walter gave the premiere on June 26, 1912, in Vienna, and throughout his long career remained the work's greatest champion. He was 84 when he made this recording, and the reading he elicits from the Columbia Symphony is suffused with nostalgia, warmth, and deep sentiment. Here, a work of leave-taking is interpreted in the spirit of leave-taking, though the treatment is no less radiant and sincere for being somewhat detached.
Gustav Mahler - Symphonies 1-10, Das Lied von der Erde (Box-set) (Gary Bertini) (2005) {EMI}

Gustav Mahler - Symphonies 1-10, Das Lied von der Erde (Box set) (Gary Bertini) (2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | covers+booklet | 3623 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 1876 mb
Classical | Label: EMI Classics (0946 340238 2 5)

You will probably be as incredulous as I was to learn that the greatest cycle of Mahler symphonies comes not from any of the usual suspects - Abbado, Bernstein, Chially, Haitink, Kubelik, Rattle, Sinopoli, Solti, Tennstedt - but from the unsung Gary Bertini, who spent the better part of his career as music director of the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra. Unlike any of those more publicized sets, each of which includes a misfire or two, Bertini is consistently successful from first to last; his performance of each of these works can stand comparison with the very best available.
Gustav Mahler - Symphonies 1 & 9 - Oslo Philharmonic - Mariss Jansons (Simax)

Gustav Mahler - Symphonies 1 & 9 - Oslo Philharmonic - Mariss Jansons (Simax)

EAC 099pb4 Rip | APE+CUE, LOGs | 2 CD | 51:09 min + 71:13 min | 553 MB | 300 dpi PDF Complete Scans
Genre: Classical| Label: Simax

So there's lots to admire here, and very little to criticize, but competition in these two works is so strong, and standards of both playing and interpretation are so high, that it's impossible to give this set an unqualified recommendation. That said, these are very enjoyable performances that never once fail to uphold the highest international standards of playing, and they are really superbly recorded. If you have a chance to hear them, you will doubtless be glad that you did.
Paavo Jarvi, Frankfurt Radio Sym Orchestra - Mahler: Symphonies No 1 & 2 (2014)

Paavo Jarvi, Frankfurt Radio Sym Orchestra - Mahler: Symphonies No 1 & 2 (2014)
Full BluRay 1:1 | BDMV | 1080i MPEG-4 AVC @ 25349 kbps; 29,970 fps | 02:29:07 | 39.43 GB
Audio1: German DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 48 kHz / 3711 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio2: German LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit
Genre: Classical | Subtitles: German, English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese

The release of Mahler´s Symphonies Nos. 1 + 2 starts the release the complete Mahler cycle with Paavo Järvi and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra on DVD and Blu-ray. Each Symphony will have an introduction by Paavo Järvi.

Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at May 30, 2015
Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)

Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 11.58 GB | 39 CDs | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: 548952

This box set contains the complete symphonies of Beethoven and Brahms, the later symphonies of Mozart, symphonies of Mahler and Bruckner, CDs with rehearsals and many more. The German born conductor Bruno Walter (1876-1962) was known primarily for his interpretations of the Viennese school. Though out of step with 20th century trends he was such a fine musician that he became a major figure - filling the wide gulf between the extremes of his day - Arturo Toscanini and Wilhelm Furtwängler.
Mahler - Symphonies Nos. 1-9, Adagio (Gielen) (2004) (13CD Box Set)

Mahler - Symphonies Nos. 1-9, Adagio (Gielen) (2004) (13CD Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers, d.booklet | 2.68 Gb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 1.65 Gb
Classical, Orchestral, Symphony | Label: Hänssler - CD 93.130

Like the growth of the cult of Christ, the growth of the cult of Mahler started with the man himself performing his works whenever and wherever he had the chance. Like Christ, Mahler was followed by true believers who had known him and who proselytized for him among the unbelievers with the fervor of musical Pentecostals. The true believers were followed by those who had never known the man himself but whose belief was therefore all the more passionate and subjective. And thus it was that the faith spread from Mahler to Walter, Klemperer, and Mengelberg; and then on to Mitropoulos, Bernstein, Kubelik, Solti, and Haitink; then on to Abbado, Bertini, Boulez, de Waart, Inbal, Maazel, and Rattle, spreading from the true believers to the passionate believers of the true believers to those who still keep the belief but whose faith is more reason than emotion, more intellect than spirit, more nuance than rapture.
Ludwig Van Beethoven - Symphonies Nos. 2 & 4 (1990)  Philarmonia Orchestra, conducted by Otto Klemperer

Ludwig Van Beethoven - Symphonies Nos. 2 & 4 (1990)
Philarmonia Orchestra, conducted by Otto Klemperer

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 371 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 221 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI | # CDM 763355 2 | Time: 01:13:21

It was as a supreme interpreter of the German Classical masterpieces, from Haydn to Richard Strauss, that concert audiences chiefly admired Otto Klemperer in the years between about 1951 and his retirement in 1972, the period to which most of his records belong. In Beethoven, particularly, he offered a granite-like orchestral sonority, and an objectivity in his balance of form and content, that contrasted refreshingly with the styles of such idolized conductors as Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, and even Toscanini. Under Klemperer the greatest Beethoven sounded more truthful and honest, and even more grand and inspiring.
Bruno Walter & New York Philharmonic/Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Schubert/Beethoven, Symphonies 8/5 (1999)  PS3 ISO + FLAC

Bruno Walter & New York Philharmonic / Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Schubert: Symphony No. 8 / Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 (1958) [Reissue 1999]

PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 57:36 minutes | Artwork (PDF) | 1,88 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Artwork (PDF) | 1,19 GB
Andrew Litton, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Rachmaninov: Symphonies 1-3 [2002] [Re-Up]

Andrew Litton, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Rachmaninov: Symphonies 1-3 (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) | Total time: 79:21+72:43 | Scans included | ~ 556 Mb
Classical | Label: Virgin Classics | # 7243 5 62037 2 3 | Recorded: 1990

Rachmaninov’s three symphonies reflect three very different phases in his creative development: the First (1895) is a stormy synthesis of contemporary trends in Russian symphonic music, the Second (1906-07) an epic study in Tchaikovskian opulence, and the Third (1935-36) a seemingly unstoppable stream of original ideas and impressions. The Second was the first to gain wide acceptance, and with good reason. It shares both the key and general mood of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth. Cast in E minor, its initial gloom ultimately turns to triumph, and the symphony includes enough glorious melodies to keep Hollywood happy for decades.
Gustav Mahler : The Symphonies & Kindertotenlieder - cd 13 & 14 of 14 - Symphony Nos.9 - 10 - Adagio  BSO - Seiji Ozawa

Gustav Mahler : The Symphonies - Kindertotenlieder - cd 13 & 14 of 14 - Symphonies #9, #10 (Adagio) -
Boston Symphony Orchestra - Seiji Ozawa

Unknown Rip | APE tracks (No Cue+No Log) | Complete Scans | 112 min. | 452 MB
20th Century Music | Orchestral Music | Philips 470 871-2 (14-CD set) | 2002

Gustav Mahler (7 July 1860 – 18 May 1911) was a late-Romantic Austrian 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.