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Mahler: Symphony No. 9

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Daniel Harding

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Although a valedictory mood underpins it, Mahler’s Ninth Symphony offers above all a profound meditation on the fate of humanity and seems to exude an immense love of life. Sustained by the commitment and excellence of the artists, this recording reveals the formal, technical and orchestral modernity of a work that was to exert a genuine fascination on the Viennese composers of the following generation. © harmonia mundi

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Daniel Harding

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Symphony No. 9: I. Andante comodo 00:28:05

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

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Symphony No. 9: II. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers 00:15:36

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

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Symphony No. 9: III. Rondo. Burleske. Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig 00:12:30

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

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Symphony No. 9: IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend 00:26:23

Gustav Mahler, Composer - Daniel Harding, Conductor, MainArtist - Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

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Although a valedictory mood underpins it, Mahler’s Ninth Symphony offers above all a profound meditation on the fate of humanity and seems to exude an immense love of life. Sustained by the commitment and excellence of the artists, this recording reveals the formal, technical and orchestral modernity of a work that was to exert a genuine fascination on the Viennese composers of the following generation. © harmonia mundi

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