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Vladimir Jurowski|Jurowski Conducts Mahler's Symphony No. 8 (Live)

Jurowski Conducts Mahler's Symphony No. 8 (Live)

Vladimir Jurowski, London Philharmonic Orchestra

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Munich, September 1910. A tidalwave is flooding the world of music. Mahler's Symphony No. 8 in E-flat major has just premiered, conducted by the composer himself. This monumental symphony was a triumph in terms of its duration and the number of performers involved. Mahler's impresario, Emil Gutmann, used the term "Symphony of a Thousand" for promotional purposes, much to the composer's displeasure. It was an inspired turn of phrase though, which has persisted to the present day.

The two-part work uses two forms of writing which differ in every respect: the Veni Creator Spiritus, a ninth-century Latin poem probably written by the monk Raban Maur, and the ending of Goethe's Faust. However, an impression of great coherence emerges from the whole: the two texts each evoke ideas of transcendence, but an incarnate, earthly transcendence, accessible to Man.

This production brings together the London Philharmonic with three impressively uniform vocal ensembles (the London Symphony Chorus, the Clare College - Cambridge Choir and the Tiffin Boy's Choir). © Pierre Lamy/Qobuz

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Symphony No. 8 in E-Flat Major "Symphony of a Thousand" (Gustav Mahler)

1
Part I: Veni, Creator Spiritus
00:01:25

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

2
Part I: Imple superna Gratia
00:04:00

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

3
Part I: Infirma nostri corporis
00:01:35

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

4
Part I: Tempo I: Allegro, etwas hastig
00:01:26

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

5
Symphony No. 8 in E-Flat Major "Symphony of a Thousand", Part I: Infirma nostri corporis virtute firmans perpeti
00:02:58

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

6
Part I: Accende lumen sensibus
00:04:36

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

7
Part I: Qui Paraclitus diceris
00:03:44

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

8
Part I: Gloria Patri Domino
00:02:38

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

9
Part II: Poco adagio
00:06:34

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

10
Part II: Piu mosso: Allegro moderato
00:03:17

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

11
Part II: Waldung, sie schwankt heran
00:04:44

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

12
Part II: Ewiger Wonnebrand
00:01:42

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

13
Part II: Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu Füssen
00:04:28

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

14
Part II: Gerettet ist das edle Glied – Hände verschlinget euch
00:01:14

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

15
Part II: Jene Rosen aus den Händen
00:02:05

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

16
Part II: Uns bleibt ein Erdenrest
00:01:32

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

17
Part II: Ich spür' soeben – Hier ist die Aussicht frei – Freudig empfangen wir
00:01:25

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

18
Part II: Höchste Herrscherin der Welt!
00:06:17

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

19
Part II: Dir, der Unberührbaren – Du schwebst zu Höhen der ewigen Reiche
00:03:30

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

20
Part II: Bei der Liebe, die den Füssen
00:01:08

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

21
Part II: Bei dem Bronn, zu dem schon weiland
00:01:43

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

22
Part II: Bei dem hochgeweihten Orte
00:02:42

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

23
Part II: Neige, neige, du Ohnegleiche
00:00:46

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

24
Part II: Er überwächst uns schon – Vom edlen Geisterchor umgeben
00:03:19

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

25
Part II: Komm! Hebe dich zu höhern Sphären! – Blicket auf zum Retterblick, alle reuig Zarten
00:07:24

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

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Part II: Alles Vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichnis
00:06:55

London Philharmonic Choir - London Symphony Chorus - Choir of Clare College - Tiffin Boy's Choir - London Philharmonic Orchestra - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

© 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra ℗ 2021 London Philharmonic Orchestra

Album Description

Munich, September 1910. A tidalwave is flooding the world of music. Mahler's Symphony No. 8 in E-flat major has just premiered, conducted by the composer himself. This monumental symphony was a triumph in terms of its duration and the number of performers involved. Mahler's impresario, Emil Gutmann, used the term "Symphony of a Thousand" for promotional purposes, much to the composer's displeasure. It was an inspired turn of phrase though, which has persisted to the present day.

The two-part work uses two forms of writing which differ in every respect: the Veni Creator Spiritus, a ninth-century Latin poem probably written by the monk Raban Maur, and the ending of Goethe's Faust. However, an impression of great coherence emerges from the whole: the two texts each evoke ideas of transcendence, but an incarnate, earthly transcendence, accessible to Man.

This production brings together the London Philharmonic with three impressively uniform vocal ensembles (the London Symphony Chorus, the Clare College - Cambridge Choir and the Tiffin Boy's Choir). © Pierre Lamy/Qobuz

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