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Daniel Harding|Mahler: Symphony No. 4 & Lieder from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn"

Mahler: Symphony No. 4 & Lieder from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn"

Daniel Harding, Mahler Chamber Orchestra & Dorothea Röschmann

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The ensemble on this 2004 recording of Mahler's Symphony No. 4 is identified as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and, lo and behold, the performance is indeed chamber music-sized Mahler. For listeners brought up on the hysterical, histrionic, and gargantuan Mahler of Bernstein, Solti, and Karajan, the lean, clean sound of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra's strings will at first be confounding. Then, as the clarity of the lines and the lucidity of the textures starts to shine and the lightness of the rhythm and the buoyancy of the tempos begins to rise, Daniel Harding and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra's performance starts to make its own sense. As Harding and the MCO progress from the sly opening sonata Allegro through the sarcastic scherzo to their ascending double variations Adagio to the clear-eyed celestial vision of Paradise of the sublime Finale, the scope and scale of Harding and the MCO's conception of Mahler becomes apparent. Although one does miss the sensual warmth of a full-size string section and the emotional comfort of a large-scale interpretation, Harding and the MCO's Fourth is clear-eyed, tender-hearted, innocent, and, in the end, luminous. The Fourth's Finale is sung by soprano Dorothea Röschmann with a lush and almost husky tone, a silver tongue, and an intimate sense of the sublimity of the music. In Der Knaben Wunderhorn songs, Röschmann is completely convincing as a singing actress, or is she an actress singing? Virgin's sound is crisp and clean, but with little sense of place and time.
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1
Symphony No. 4 in G Major: I. Bedächtig, nicht eilen
00:16:36

Traditional, Poet - Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

2
Symphony No. 4 in G Major: II. In gemächlicher Bewegung, ohne Hast
00:09:14

Traditional, Poet - Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

3
Symphony No. 4 in G Major: III. Ruhevoll
00:23:09

Traditional, Poet - Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

4
Symphony No. 4 in G Major: IV. Sehr behaglich
00:09:28

Traditional, Poet - Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Dorothea Röschmann, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

5
Des Knaben Wunderhorn: No. 5, Das irdische Leben
00:02:44

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Dorothea Röschmann, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

6
Des Knaben Wunderhorn: No. 10, Lob des hohen Verstandes
00:02:30

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Dorothea Röschmann, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

7
Des Knaben Wunderhorn: No. 9, Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen
00:06:52

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Etiénne Collard, Producer - Dorothea Röschmann, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2004 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Limited

Descriptif de l'album

The ensemble on this 2004 recording of Mahler's Symphony No. 4 is identified as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and, lo and behold, the performance is indeed chamber music-sized Mahler. For listeners brought up on the hysterical, histrionic, and gargantuan Mahler of Bernstein, Solti, and Karajan, the lean, clean sound of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra's strings will at first be confounding. Then, as the clarity of the lines and the lucidity of the textures starts to shine and the lightness of the rhythm and the buoyancy of the tempos begins to rise, Daniel Harding and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra's performance starts to make its own sense. As Harding and the MCO progress from the sly opening sonata Allegro through the sarcastic scherzo to their ascending double variations Adagio to the clear-eyed celestial vision of Paradise of the sublime Finale, the scope and scale of Harding and the MCO's conception of Mahler becomes apparent. Although one does miss the sensual warmth of a full-size string section and the emotional comfort of a large-scale interpretation, Harding and the MCO's Fourth is clear-eyed, tender-hearted, innocent, and, in the end, luminous. The Fourth's Finale is sung by soprano Dorothea Röschmann with a lush and almost husky tone, a silver tongue, and an intimate sense of the sublimity of the music. In Der Knaben Wunderhorn songs, Röschmann is completely convincing as a singing actress, or is she an actress singing? Virgin's sound is crisp and clean, but with little sense of place and time.
© TiVo

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