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Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"

Simona Šaturová, Yvonne Naef, The Philadelphia Singers Chorale, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection"  
1.1
I. Allegro maestoso
Gustav Mahler; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
22:35
1.2
II. Andante moderato
Gustav Mahler; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
11:14
2.1
III. In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
Gustav Mahler; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
10:34
2.2
IV. Urlicht: Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht
Gustav Mahler; Yvonne Naef; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
5:50
2.3
V. Finale: Im Tempo des Scherzos -
Gustav Mahler; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
21:00
2.4
V. Langsam - Misterioso
Gustav Mahler; Simona Šaturová; Yvonne Naef; The Philadelphia Singers Chorale; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
16:13
Total Playing Time    1:27:26
"... Eschenbach and his orchestra magically open up the imagination to a world of infinite possibility."
- Gramophone

"... a first-rate performance and recording ... easily outclassing most of the recent additions to the catalogue ... among my highest recommendations in any medium."
- Fanfare

"Four Stars ... there's a palpable presence in the brass chorales ... (the) sensitive mezzo, Yvonne Naef, breaks up the long phrases he demands with intelligence and conveys warm human sympathy throughout."
- BBC Music Magazine

One of the great Mahler conductors of our time, Christoph Eschenbach, leads the Philadelphia Orchestra on this double live album, recorded in May 2007, featuring the Second Symphony ("Resurrection"), among Mahler's most popular and successful works during his lifetime. The celestial Urlicht song of the fourth movement is performed by celebrated mezzo-soprano Yvonne Naef, while the famous chorus of the Finale highlights soprano Simona Šaturová joining Naef and the Philadelphia Singers Chorale.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ondine Studio Masters

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