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MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 8, "Symphony of a Thousand" (Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra, Stenz)

MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 8, "Symphony of a Thousand" (Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra, Stenz)

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release date: December 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra


Stenz, Markus


Christiane Oelze

Soloist

Brandon Jovanovich

Soloist

Hanno Muller-Brachmann

Soloist

Markus Stenz

Soloist

Gunther Groissbock

Soloist

Anna Palimina

Soloist

Barbara Haveman

Soloist

Maria Radner

Soloist

Petra Lang

Soloist

Cologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's Choir


Cologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne Kantorei


Cologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Bach Vocal Ensemble


Cologne Cathedral ChoirCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's Choir


Cologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral Children's Choir


Cologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal Ensemble


Cologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Choir


Cologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal Ensemble


Cologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral ChoirPhilharmonische Chor der Stadt Bonn


Philharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral ChoirCologne Cathedral Children's Choir


Philharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal EnsembleCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral Choir


Philharmonische Chor der Stadt BonnCologne Cathedral Vocal EnsembleCologne KantoreiCologne Cathedral ChoirCologne Cathedral Children's ChoirCologne Bach Vocal Ensemble



Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 76:35
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MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 8, "Symphony of a Thousand" (Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra, Stenz)

     
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JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

 

Symphony No. 8 in E flat major, "Symphony of a Thousand"

 
1 Part I, Veni, creator spiritus: Veni, creator spiritus - 10:54
 Hanno Muller-Brachmann Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV MAHLER

2 Part I, Veni, creator spiritus: Accende lumen sensibus - 9:01
 Markus Stenz Soloist
     
 

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

3 Part I, Veni, creator spiritus: Gloria sit Patri Domino 2:24
 Maria Radner Soloist
     
4 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Poco adagio - 9:00
 Markus Stenz Soloist
     
5 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Waldung, sie schwankt heran - 4:18
 Hanno Muller-Brachmann Soloist
     
6 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Ewiger Wonnebrand - 1:36
 Anna Palimina Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV MAHLER

7 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu Fussen - 4:43
 Gunther Groissbock Soloist
     
 

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

8 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Gerettet ist das edle Glied - Hande verschlinget euch - 5:15
 Markus Stenz Soloist
     
9 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Hier ist die Aussicht frei - Freudig empfangen wir - 4:16
 Christiane Oelze Soloist
     
10 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Dir, der Unberuhrbaren - 3:20
 Markus Stenz Soloist
     
11 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Du schwebst zu Hohen der ewigen Reiche - 1:19
 Maria Radner Soloist
     
12 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Bei dem Bronn, zu dem schon weiland - 7:36
 Petra Lang Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV MAHLER

13 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Komm! Hebe dich zu hohern Spharen! - 1:14
 Barbara Haveman Soloist
     
 

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

14 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Blicket auf zum Retterblick, alle reuig Zarten - 5:49
 Gunther Groissbock Soloist
     
15 Part II, Final Scene from Faust: Alles Vergangliche ist nur ein Gleichnis 5:50
 Brandon Jovanovich Soloist
 Stenz, Markus


Under the Levine era the Munich Philharmonic  have again developed into a competent orchestra for works by Gustav Mahler, a composer who personally Conducted the first performance of three of his most important works with the Munich Philharmonic! 
 

 "...This Mahler cycle on Oehms Classics has been consistently strong, and this new release brings it up one more notch. Recommended!" 

 
Jean-Yves Duperron - Classical Music Sentinel - January 2013

"... as an all-around, go-to performance of the Eighth that will wear well, Stenz is an excellent choice."

Lawrence Hanson - American Record Guide - March/April 2013


"...the orchestral sound itself not only maintains the crysalline acoustic of their previous Mahler outings for Oehms but Stenz outdoes himself in finding a level of musical depth rarely plumbed in this piece. So too is he blessed with a roster of singers who view the music as more than merely a series of dramatic effects. Combining operatic firepower with the interpretative acumen of recitalists, the cast uniformly focuses not so much on hitting the dramatic high points as floating the moments in between... Mahler’s ’Faust’ music - usually the piece’s more problematic section - here approaches utter poetry.
 
Ken Smith - Gramophone magazine - February 2013
 

         **** - Good

 
Norbert Tischer - Pizzicato magazine - January 2013
 



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