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MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 1 / SIBELIUS, J.: Valse triste (Polish National Radio Symphony, Chmura)

MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 1 / SIBELIUS, J.: Valse triste (Polish National Radio Symphony, Chmura)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2012


Artists:

Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra


Chmura, Gabriel


Gabriel Chmura

Conductor

Record Label
CD Accord

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 55:33
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MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 1 / SIBELIUS, J.: Valse triste (Polish National Radio Symphony, Chmura)

     
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GUSTAV MAHLER

 

Symphony No. 1 in D major, "Titan"

 
1 I. Langsam - Schleppend: Im Anfang sehr gemachlich - Wie ein Naturlaut 15:03
     
2 II. Kraftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell: Trio - Recht gemaclich 7:12
     
3 III. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen 10:12
     
4 IV. Sturmisch bewegt 18:18
     
 

JEAN SIBELIUS

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Valse triste, Op. 44, No. 1

4:48
     
 Gabriel Chmura Conductor
 Chmura, Gabriel


 Mahler’s First Symphony

With the work that marks the beginning of his symphonic career (predicted earlier by his cantata Das klagende Lied and song-cycle Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) Mahler joins the ranks of late-Romantic symphony composers, alongside - his seniors Bruckner, Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Dvorák - and his contemporary Richard Strauss. Symphony No. 1 in D-major was composed between 1884-1888, receiving its premiere on 20th November 1889 in Budapest.
 
 
Jean Sibelius - Valse triste
This work of the greatest Finnish composer has won enormous and fully deserved popularity. Written in 1903, as stage music to a play by A. Järnefelt entitled Death, it is arguably, the shortest tone poem by this great symphonist. Animated with a rhythm of dance, which played such an enormous role in 19th century music culture, it exudes romantic charm, evokes an atmosphere of the epoch and recalls in its bawdily nostalgic manner, the spirit and aura of romanticism. As suggested by the title, it is a sad waltz. Consequently it stems from the traditional waltz of a deeply melancholic genre, formulated by Chopin in his dance poems in minor keys and later continued and developed by Tchaikovsky.
 
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