Mahler: Recorded Cycles Of His Symphonies — Your Favorites?

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Sure I noticed you have been listening to Sinopoli within the Present Listening thread and agreed that Mahler was a energy of his. Abbado has a reasonably good cycle on Deutsche Grammophon (not a real cycle; the Second was executed with the Lucerne Competition Orchestra) and the reside recordings have minimal viewers noise and are engineered very nicely. Solti had some robust recordings in his cycle, particularly the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh. Boulez is one in every of my favorites; clear textures, exact rhythms, and by no means overly sentimental; plus recorded in good sound. Once more not a real cycle; it is unfold throughout the Vienna Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and Staatskapelle Berlin, however all for Deutsche Grammophon. There are the 2 Leonard Bernstein cycles (’60s on Sony, and ’80s on Deutsche Grammophon). Chailly’s cycle was fairly robust if I bear in mind accurately. Kubelík made a cycle for Deutsche Grammophon within the ’60s with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra which tends to on the sunshine/fleet finish of the spectrum, and may typically be a bit harsh sonically, however which I nonetheless suggest. Oh and Haitink on Philips is a strong set.

However Mahler is tough to get persistently proper, and plenty of of those cycles have a blind spot someplace in there. I definitely have my very own blind spots additionally…

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