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Iván Fischer|Mahler : Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" (Lisa Miln -  Birgit Remmert - The Hungarian Radio Choir - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Iván Fischer)

Mahler : Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" (Lisa Miln - Birgit Remmert - The Hungarian Radio Choir - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Iván Fischer)

The Hungarian Radio Choir, Budapest Festival Orchestra - Iván Fischer

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Mahler : Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" (Lisa Miln - Birgit Remmert - The Hungarian Radio Choir - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Iván Fischer)

Iván Fischer

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Symphony No. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection' (Gustav Mahler)

1
I. Allegro maestoso
Budapest Festival Orchestra
00:21:46

Budapest Festival Orchestra - Ivan Fischer, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2008 Channel Classics Records

2
II. Andante moderato
Budapest Festival Orchestra
00:10:01

Budapest Festival Orchestra - Ivan Fischer, Conductor - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2008 Channel Classics Records

DISC 2

1
III. In ruhig fließender Bewegung
Budapest Festival Orchestra
00:11:17

The Hungarian Radio Choir (Kálmán Strausz, chorus master) - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2008 Channel Classics Records

2
IV. Urlicht - Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht
Budapest Festival Orchestra
00:04:51

Birgit Remmert, Alto - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2008 Channel Classics Records

3
V. Im Tempo des Scherzo
Budapest Festival Orchestra
00:34:19

Lisa Milne, Soprano - Birgit Remmert, Alto - The Hungarian Radio Choir (Kálmán Strausz, chorus master) - Budapest Festival Orchestra - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2008 Channel Classics Records

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