Fritz Reiner - Mahler: Symphony No. 4/ Lisa Della Casa

 (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)


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Analogue Productions (RCA Living Stereo)

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Classical

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AAPC 2364
UPC: 753088236419
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"Mahler's Fourth and Das Lied von der Erde were Reiner's only Mahler recordings with the Chicago Symphony, and both are reminders of his orchestral wizardry and his prowess as a Mahlerian. Tempos are on the swift side for a piece many conductors like to linger over, but the forward flow doesn't obscure telling details. Reiner gives the slow movement a chaste solemnity, and the final heavenly vision is beautifully sung by the creamy voiced Della Casa. This Mahler's Fourth falls closer to Boulez's objectivity than to Bernstein's emotionalism and remains today what it was when recorded — one of the best Mahler Fourths in the catalog. It's also one of the best-sounding, as RCA's Living Stereo engineering holds its own even after decades." — Amazon.com



Symphony No. 4 In G
First Movement: Moderato Non Affrettare
Second Movement: Movimento Con Comodo; Senza Fretta
Third Movement: Tranquillo
Fourth Movement: Molto Piacevole

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