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Jean-Claude Casadesus|Mahler: Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"

Mahler: Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Orchestre National de Lille

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Mahler: Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"

Jean-Claude Casadesus

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": I. Allegro maestoso
00:21:52

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Performer - Orchestre National de Lille, Performer - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2016 ONL / Evidence Classics 2016 ONL / Evidence Classics

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": II. Andante moderato
00:11:23

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Performer - Orchestre National de Lille, Performer - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2016 ONL / Evidence Classics 2016 ONL / Evidence Classics

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": III. In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
00:11:21

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Performer - Orchestre National de Lille, Performer - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2016 ONL / Evidence Classics 2016 ONL / Evidence Classics

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": IV. Urlich
00:04:50

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Performer - Orchestre National de Lille, Performer - Hermine Haselbock, Performer - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2016 ONL / Evidence Classics 2016 ONL / Evidence Classics

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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": V. In tempo des scherzos
00:35:54

Jean-Claude Casadesus, Performer - Orchestre National de Lille, Performer - Olena Tokar, Performer - Hermine Haselbock, Performer - Chœur Philharmonique Tchèque de Brno, Performer - Petr Fiala, Performer - Gustav Mahler, Composer

2016 ONL / Evidence Classics 2016 ONL / Evidence Classics

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