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Mahler: Symphony No. 10 in F Sharp Minor (Live)

Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard

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Symphony No. 10 in F Sharp Minor (Completed by D. Cooke, 1976)  
1
I. Adagio
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard
23:15
2
II. Scherzo I. Schnelle Vierteln
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard
11:05
3
III. Purgatorio. Allegretto moderato
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard
4:06
4
IV. Scherzo II. Allegro pesante - Nicht zu schnell
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard
10:57
5
V. Finale. Lento non troppo - Allegro moderato
Gustav Mahler; Deryck Cooke; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard
22:26
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:49
"It was impossible to be in the house and not realize that something rare and significant had taken place ... the opportunity to hear the Tenth live and at this level of quality is not a chance to be missed."
- The Seattle Times

"Four Stars ... Dausgaard inspired the musicians to sustain a high level of emotionally charged and technically refined playing throughout. Dausgaard is clearly a conductor who knows precisely the sonorities he’s after and who knows how to motivate the musicians to reliably produce them."
- Bachtrack

This live album captures the first-ever performance by the Seattle Symphony Orchestra of Mahler's now-completed Symphony No. 10, recorded at concerts held in November 2015 that were dedicated to the victims of terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut. Guest conductor Thomas Dausgaard leads the SSO on Mahler's final, monumental work, not fully orchestrated and unperformable at the time of the composer’s death. Traversing the full spectrum of emotion, from cries of heart-wrenching agony to moments of exquisite ecstasy, the version presented here is Deryck Cooke's final revision.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Seattle Symphony Media Studio Masters

Recorded live in concert at the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, Washington, on November 19, 21 and 22, 2015
The performances were presented as part of the Delta Air Lines Masterworks season
Producer: Dmitriy Lipay
Engineers: Dmitriy Lipay and Alexander Lipay
Executive producer: Simon Woods
Art direction and design: Jessica Forsythe

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