℗ 2014 Yarlung Records
Duration 1h 04m 20s
Record Label Yarlung Records
Catalogue No. YAR41014
Release Date September 30, 2014
Genre Classical
 

Mahler: Symphony No. 5

Colburn Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz

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Symphony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor  
1.1
I. Trauermarsch
Gustav Mahler; Colburn Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
11:03
1.2
II. Sturmisch bewegt, mit grosster Vehemenz
Gustav Mahler; Colburn Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
12:54
1.3
III. Scherzo
Gustav Mahler; Colburn Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
17:26
1.4
IV. Adagietto
Gustav Mahler; Colburn Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
9:13
1.5
V. Rondo-Finale
Gustav Mahler; Colburn Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
13:44
Duration    1h 04m 20s
This release celebrates Gerard Schwarz at the top of his game conducting music close to his heart. Maestro Schwarz served long tenures as music director for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and later the Seattle Symphony, making over 100 recordings with those orchestras. Schwarz is guest conducting The Colburn Orchestra on this performance recorded live at Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California in December 2011.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Yarlung Records Studio Masters

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