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Mahler: Symphony No. 9

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Harding

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Symphony No. 9  
I. Andante comodo
Gustav Mahler; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
II. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers
Gustav Mahler; Daniel Harding; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
III. Rondo. Burleske. Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig
Gustav Mahler; Daniel Harding; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend
Gustav Mahler; Daniel Harding; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
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Total Playing Time    1:22:34
"Harding has been adopted as a symbol of youth and change..." - Independent Daniel Harding leads the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in playing Mahler's montrosurous 9th symphony. This recording reveals the formal, technical and orchestral modernity of a work that was to exert a genuine fascination on the Viennese composers of the following generation. Harding and his orchestra provide listeners with an authentic interpretation of the historically well-known orchestral work. "Mahler has been an obsession since Chetham's [music school in Manchester], where my circle of friends were the nerds in a school full of nerds..." - Daniel Harding
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