℗ 2008 Chandos
Released 2008
Duration 1h 18m 23s
Record Label Chandos
Catalogue No. CHAN10456
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10 (Performing version by Deryck Cooke)

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda

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Symphony No. 10  
1.1
I. Adagio. Andante – Adagio – Andante come prima – Tempo adagio – Andante come prima – Etwas frischer – Tempo adagio (nicht so breit wie zu Anfang) – Etwas frischer, wie vorher – Tempo adagio (fließender als vorher) – Etwas zögernd – Breit – Wieder adagi
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda
24:00
1.2
II. Scherzo. Schnelle Vierteln – Plötzlich viel langsamer: Gemächliches Ländler-Tempo – Tempo I subito – Sempre allegro – Tempo I subito: Frisch
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda
12:46
1.3
III. Purgatorio. Allegretto moderato – Vorwärts – Tempo I (Allegretto moderato)
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda
4:14
1.4
IV. [Scherzo]. Allegro pesante. Nicht zu schnell – Bedeutend langsamer. Schattenhaft –
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda
13:13
1.5
V. Finale. Einleitung: Langsam, schwer – Allegro moderato – Feurig – Ganz ruhig – Plötzlich belebend – Plötzlich sehr breit – Andante (Tempo des Anfangs der Symphonie) – Sehr ruhig – Adagio – Sehr langsam
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda
24:10
Digital Booklet
"Anyone looking for a first-rate recording of Deryck Cooke’s Mahler (Symphony No. 10 ) need look no further." - Fanfare "Five Stars ... (Noseda) coaxes playing from his BBC Philharmonic of unforced beauty ... assisted by the luminous Manchester recording ... the special incandescence of this performance remains companionable throughout." - BBC Music Magazine On this 2007 recording, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and Gianandrea Noseda present Mahler’s deeply personal Tenth Symphony; dealing with death, redemption and salvation, the work is seen by many as a farewell to life. Left as a single Adagio plus fragments of four further movements, it was realized for performance by Mahler expert Deryck Cooke and premiered in 1964. Cooke called his realization "a performing version of the draft for the Tenth Symphony" and always stressed that it was in no sense a completion, since only Mahler himself could have finished it. Symphony No. 10 has since become an established part of the repertoire alongside Mahler’s completed symphonies.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue: Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Manchester; 8 - 10 August 2007 Recording producers: Brian Pidgeon and Mike George Sound engineer: Stephen Rinker Assistant engineer: Tom Parnell Editor: Jonathan Cooper A & R administrator: Mary McCarthy Front cover: drawing of Gustav Mahler (1902) by Emil Orlík (1870–1932) © Lebrecht Music & Arts Photo Library Back cover: photograph of Gianandrea Noseda by Jonathan Keenan Design and typesetting: Cassidy Rayne Creative Booklet editor: Finn S. Gundersen
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Album average
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-3.59 to -0.14
-28.92
-30.62 to -27.30
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1
I. Adagio. Andante – Adagio – Andante come prima – Tempo adagio – Andante come prima – Etwas frischer – Tempo adagio (nicht so breit wie zu Anfang) – Etwas frischer, wie vorher – Tempo adagio (fließender als vorher) – Etwas zögernd – Breit – Wieder adagi
-1.81-28.5317
2
II. Scherzo. Schnelle Vierteln – Plötzlich viel langsamer: Gemächliches Ländler-Tempo – Tempo I subito – Sempre allegro – Tempo I subito: Frisch
-3.14-28.9516
3
III. Purgatorio. Allegretto moderato – Vorwärts – Tempo I (Allegretto moderato)
-3.59-29.2014
4
IV. [Scherzo]. Allegro pesante. Nicht zu schnell – Bedeutend langsamer. Schattenhaft –
-0.16-27.3016
5
V. Finale. Einleitung: Langsam, schwer – Allegro moderato – Feurig – Ganz ruhig – Plötzlich belebend – Plötzlich sehr breit – Andante (Tempo des Anfangs der Symphonie) – Sehr ruhig – Adagio – Sehr langsam
-0.14-30.6219

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