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Mahler : Sinfonie Nr.1

Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter

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Mahler : Sinfonie Nr.1

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Symphony No. 1 in D Major "Titan" (Gustav Mahler)

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I. Langsam. Schleppend. Wie ein Naturlaut. Im anfang sehr gemächlich 00:13:25

Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer - (John McClure, Producer)

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment

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II. Kräftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell 00:06:54

Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer - (John McClure, Producer)

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment

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III. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen 00:11:24

Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer - (John McClure, Producer)

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment

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IV. Stürmisch bewegt - Energisch 00:20:25

Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer - (John McClure, Producer)

(P) 1962 Sony Music Entertainment

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