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Mahler: Symphony No. 1 (Recorded 1959)

New York Philharmonic & John Barbirolli

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Symphony No. 1 in D Major: I. Langsam, Schleppend Live
New York Philharmonic
00:14:06

Gustav Mahler, Composer - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Barbirolli, Conductor

(C) 1998 New York Philharmonic (P) 1998 New York Philharmonic

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Symphony No. 1 in D Major: II. Kraftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell Live
New York Philharmonic
00:08:47

Gustav Mahler, Composer - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Barbirolli, Conductor

(C) 1998 New York Philharmonic (P) 1998 New York Philharmonic

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Symphony No. 1 in D Major: III. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen Live
New York Philharmonic
00:11:03

Gustav Mahler, Composer - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Barbirolli, Conductor

(C) 1998 New York Philharmonic (P) 1998 New York Philharmonic

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Symphony No. 1 in D Major: IV. Sturmisch bewegt Live
New York Philharmonic
00:18:57

Gustav Mahler, Composer - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, MainArtist - John Barbirolli, Conductor

(C) 1998 New York Philharmonic (P) 1998 New York Philharmonic

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