Tracklist

CD 1: Symphony No. 1 in D
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No. 1 in D - 1. Langsam. Schleppend
Gustav Mahler 14:31
2 Symphony No. 1 in D - 2. Kräftig bewegt
Gustav Mahler 6:55
3 Symphony No. 1 in D - 3. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen
Gustav Mahler 10:37
4 Symphony No. 1 in D - 4. Stürmisch bewegt
Gustav Mahler 17:41
CD 2: Symphony No. 2 in C minor - "Resurrection"
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 1. Allegro maestoso. Mit durchaus ernstem und feierlichem Ausdruck
Gustav Mahler 19:37
2 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 2. Andante moderato. Sehr gemächlich
Gustav Mahler 10:33
3 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 3. Scherzo: In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
Gustav Mahler 10:06
4 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 4. "Urlicht". Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht "O Röschen rot!"
Gustav Mahler 4:55
5 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 5a. Im Tempo des Scherzos. Wild herausfahrend
Gustav Mahler 17:33
6 Symphony No.2 in C minor - "Resurrection" - 5d. "Aufersteh'n, ja aufersteh'n wirst du" (Langsam. Misterioso) - Text after F.G. Klopstock: "Auferstehung"
Gustav Mahler 13:31
CD 3: Symphony No. 3 in D (Part I)
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 1 - 1. Kräftig. Entscheiden
Gustav Mahler 31:08
2 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 2 - 2. Tempo di minuetto. Sehr mäßig
Gustav Mahler 9:41
3 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 2 - 3. Comodo. Scherzando. Ohne Hast
Gustav Mahler 16:59
4 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 2 - 4. Sehr langsam. Misterioso: "O Mensch! Gib acht!" 'O Mensch! Gib acht'
Gustav Mahler 9:23
5 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 2 - 5. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck: "Bimm Bamm. Es sungen drei Engel"
Gustav Mahler 4:16
CD 4: Symphony No. 3 in D (Part II) / Symphony No. 10 in F sharp
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.3 in D minor / Part 2 - 6. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden
Gustav Mahler 22:08
2 Symphony No.10 in F sharp (unfinished) - Andante - Adagio
Gustav Mahler 23:58
CD 5: Symphony No. 4 in G
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.4 in G - 1. Bedächtig. Nicht eilen - Recht gemächlich
Gustav Mahler 15:47
2 Symphony No.4 in G - 2. In gemächlicher Bewegung. Ohne Hast
Gustav Mahler 9:04
3 Symphony No.4 in G - 3. Ruhevoll (Poco adagio)
Gustav Mahler 18:48
4 Symphony No.4 in G - 4. Sehr behaglich: "Wir genießen die himmlischen Freuden"
Gustav Mahler 8:01
CD 6: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor - 1. Trauermarsch (In gemessenem Schritt. Streng. Wie ein Kondukt - Plötzlich schneller. Leidenschaftlich. Wild - Tempo I)
Gustav Mahler 11:38
2 Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor - 2. Stürmisch bewegt. Mit größter Vehemenz - Bedeutend langsamer - Tempo I subito
Gustav Mahler 13:53
3 Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor - 3. Scherzo (Kräftig, nicht zu schnell)
Gustav Mahler 17:21
4 Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor - 4. Adagietto (Sehr langsam)
Gustav Mahler 9:45
5 Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor - 5. Rondo-Finale (Allegro)
Gustav Mahler 15:28
CD 7: Symphony No. 6 in A minor
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.6 in A minor - 1. Allegro energico, ma non troppo. Heftig aber Markig
Gustav Mahler 21:08
2 Symphony No.6 in A minor - 2. Scherzo (Wuchtig)
Gustav Mahler 11:41
3 Symphony No.6 in A minor - 3. Andante moderato
Gustav Mahler 14:40
4 Symphony No.6 in A minor - 4. Finale (Allegro moderato)
Gustav Mahler 26:38
CD 8: Symphony No. 7 in E minor
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.7 in E minor - 1. Langsam - Allegro
Gustav Mahler 19:41
2 Symphony No.7 in E minor - 2. Nachtmusik (Allegro moderato)
Gustav Mahler 14:46
3 Symphony No.7 in E minor - 3. Scherzo
Gustav Mahler 9:23
4 Symphony No.7 in E minor - 4. Nachtmusik (Andante amoroso)
Gustav Mahler 11:59
5 Symphony No.7 in E minor - 5. Rondo - Finale (Allegro ordinario - Allegro moderato ma energico)
Gustav Mahler 16:43
CD 9: Symphony No. 8 in E flat - "Symphony of a Thousand"
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.8 in E flat - "Symphony of a Thousand" / Part One: Hymnus "Veni creator spiritus" - "Veni creator spiritus"
Gustav Mahler 21:58
2 Symphony No.8 in E flat - "Symphony of a Thousand" / Part Two: Final scene from Goethe's "Faust" - Poco adagio: Waldung, sie schwankt heran
Gustav Mahler 27:53
3 Symphony No.8 in E flat - "Symphony of a Thousand" / Part Two: Final scene from Goethe's "Faust" - "Dir, der Unberührbaren"
Gustav Mahler 24:24
CD 10: Symphony No. 9 in D
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Symphony No.9 in D - 1. Andante comodo
Gustav Mahler 25:58
2 Symphony No.9 in D - 2. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländler. Etwas täppisch und sehr derb - Poco più mosso subito - Ländler, ganz langsam
Gustav Mahler 16:02
3 Symphony No.9 in D - 3. Rondo. Burleske (Allegro assai. Sehr trotzig - Presto)
Gustav Mahler 13:18
4 Symphony No.9 in D - 4. Adagio (Sehr langsam)
Gustav Mahler 21:47

Credits

CD 1: Symphony No. 1 in D

balance engineer:
Günter Hermanns (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1884 – 1888) (tracks 1–4)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1967-10) (tracks 1–4)
executive producer:
Otto Gerdes (tracks 1–4)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–4)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1968) (tracks 1–4)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1967-10) (tracks 1–4)
arrangements:
Symphony no. 1 in D major “Titan”: I. Langsam. Schleppend (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 1)
Symphony no. 1 in D major “Titan”: II. Kräftig bewegt (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 2)
Symphony no. 1 in D major “Titan”: IV. Stürmisch bewegt (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 4)
part of:
Symphony no. 1 in D major “Titan” (movement) (tracks 1–4)
recording of:

CD 2: Symphony No. 2 in C minor - "Resurrection"

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1969-02 – 1969-03) (tracks 1–6)
choir vocals:
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1969-02 – 1969-03) (track 6)
chorus master:
Wolfgang Schubert (conductor) (1969-02 – 1969-03) (track 6)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1888 – 1894) (tracks 1–6)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1969-02 – 1969-03) (tracks 1–6)
contralto vocals:
Norma Procter (1969-02 – 1969-03) (tracks 4, 6)
librettist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 4)
Gustav Mahler (1888 – 1894) (tracks 5–6)
orchestra:
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1969-02 – 1969-03) (tracks 1–6)
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–6)
soprano vocals:
Edith Mathis (1969-02 – 1969-03) (track 6)
premiered at:
[concert] (1895-03-04) (tracks 1–3)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1969) (tracks 1–6)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1969-02 – 1969-03) (tracks 1–6)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: I. Allegro maestoso (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 1)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: II. Andante moderato (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 2)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: III. In ruhig fließender Bewegung (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 3)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: IV. Urlicht. Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 4)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: V. Im Tempo des Scherzos. Wild herausfahrend (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (tracks 5–6)
is based on:
is the basis for:
later versions:
part of:
Symphony no. 2 “Resurrection” (movement) (tracks 1–6)
partial recording of:
recording of:
version of:
Totenfeier (track 1)

CD 3: Symphony No. 3 in D (Part I)

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1967-05) (tracks 1–5)
choir vocals:
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1967-05) (track 5)
Tölzer Knabenchor (1967-05) (track 5)
chorus master:
Gerhard Schmidt‐Gaden (conductor) (1967-05) (track 5)
Wolfgang Schubert (conductor) (1967-05) (track 5)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1893 – 1896) (tracks 1–5)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1967-05) (tracks 1–5)
contralto vocals:
Marjorie Thomas (1967-05) (tracks 4–5)
lyricist:
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–5)
premiered at:
[concert] (1897) (tracks 2–3)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1967-05) (tracks 1–5)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
is based on:
Lieder und Gesänge: XI. Ablösung im Sommer (for voice and piano) (track 3)
part of:
Symphony no. 3 in D minor (movement) (tracks 1–5)
recording of:

CD 4: Symphony No. 3 in D (Part II) / Symphony No. 10 in F sharp

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1967-05) (track 1)
Heinz Wildhagen (1968-04) (track 2)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1893 – 1896) (track 1)
Gustav Mahler (1910) (track 2)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1967-05) (track 1)
Rafael Kubelík (1968-04) (track 2)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–2)
premiered at:
[concert] (1897) (track 1)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1967-05) (track 1)
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1968-04) (track 2)
has revision:
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp major: I. Adagio (Cooke performing version III) (track 2)
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp major: I. Adagio (Cooke performing version II) (track 2)
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp minor: I. Adagio (Wheeler final revision, 1966) (track 2)
later versions:
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp major: I. Adagio (Barshai reconstruction) (track 2)
part of:
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp major (original incomplete version) (movement) (track 2)
Symphony no. 3 in D minor (movement) (track 1)
recording of:
Symphony no. 10 in F-sharp major: I. Adagio (original incomplete version) (1968-04) (track 2)

CD 5: Symphony No. 4 in G

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1968-04) (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1899 – 1901) (tracks 1–4)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1968-04) (tracks 1–4)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–4)
solo violin:
Rudolf Koeckert (the father, founder of the Koeckert-Quartett) (1968-04) (track 2)
soprano vocals:
Elsie Morison (1968-04) (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1968) (tracks 1–4)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1968-04) (tracks 1–4)
arrangements:
Symphony no. 4 in G major: I. Bedächtig, nicht eilen (arr. Erwin Stein for chamber orchestra) (track 1)
Symphony no. 4 in G major: II. In gemächlicher Bewegung, ohne Hast (arr. Erwin Stein for chamber orchestra) (track 2)
Symphony no. 4 in G major: III. Ruhevoll, poco adagio (arr. Erwin Stein for chamber orchestra) (track 3)
Symphony no. 4 in G major: IV. Sehr behaglich (arr. Erwin Stein for chamber orchestra) (track 4)
part of:
Symphony no. 4 in G major (movement) (tracks 1–4)
recording of:

CD 6: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1971-01) (tracks 1–5)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1901 – 1902) (tracks 1–5)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1971-01) (tracks 1–5)
executive producer:
Wilfried Daenicke (producer at Deutsche Grammophon) (tracks 1–5)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–5)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1971) (tracks 1–5)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1971-01) (tracks 1–5)
edits:
arrangements:
Adagietto From Symphony no. 5 (arr. J. Nurse for piano quintet) (track 4)
Adagietto aus der 5. Symphonie (for violin and piano, Wittinger) (track 4)
Symphony no. 5 in C-sharp minor: IV. Adagietto. Sehr langsam (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
is the basis for:
part of:
Symphony no. 5 (movement) (tracks 1–5)
recording of:

CD 7: Symphony No. 6 in A minor

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1968-12) (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1903 – 1904) (tracks 1–4)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1968-12) (tracks 1–4)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–4)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1969) (tracks 1–4)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1968-12) (tracks 1–4)
part of:
Symphonie Nr. 6 in a-Moll (movement) (tracks 1–4)
recording of:
Symphonie Nr. 6 in a-Moll: II. Andante moderato (sometimes III.) (1968-12) (track 3)
Symphonie Nr. 6 in a-Moll: III. Scherzo. Wuchtig (sometimes II.) (1968-12) (track 2)

CD 8: Symphony No. 7 in E minor

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (tracks 3, 5)
Heinz Wildhagen (1970-11) (tracks 1–2, 4)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1904 – 1905) (tracks 1–5)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1970-11) (tracks 1–5)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–5)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1970-11) (tracks 1–5)
part of:
Symphony no. 7 in E minor "Lied der Nacht" (movement) (tracks 1–5)
recording of:

CD 9: Symphony No. 8 in E flat - "Symphony of a Thousand"

organ:
Eberhard Kraus (organist, harpsichordist and composer) (1970-06) (tracks 1, 3)
balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
baritone vocals:
Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
bass vocals:
Franz Crass (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
choir vocals:
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Chor des Norddeutschen Rundfunks (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Münchner MotettenChor (1970-06) (tracks 2–3)
Regensburger Domchor (Regensburg Cathedral Choir) (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
WDR Rundfunkchor Köln (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
chorus master:
Helmut Franz (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Christoph Lickleder (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Herbert Schernus (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Josef Schmidhuber (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Hans Rudolf Zöbeley (1970-06) (tracks 2–3)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1906) (tracks 1–3)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
contralto vocals:
Julia Hamari (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
Norma Procter (1970-06) (tracks 1, 3)
librettist:
Hrabanus Maurus (track 1)
orchestra:
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–3)
soprano vocals:
Martina Arroyo (1970-06) (tracks 1, 3)
Edith Mathis (1970-06) (track 3)
Erna Spoorenberg (1970-06) (tracks 1, 3)
tenor vocals:
Donald Grobe (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1970-06) (tracks 1–3)
is based on:
is the basis for:
part of:
partial recording of:
parts:
recording of:

CD 10: Symphony No. 9 in D

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1967-02 – 1967-03) (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Gustav Mahler (1908 – 1909) (tracks 1–4)
conductor:
Rafael Kubelík (1967-02 – 1967-03) (tracks 1–4)
orchestra:
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1967-02 – 1967-03) (tracks 1–4)
producer:
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (tracks 1–4)
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1967-02 – 1967-03) (tracks 1–4)
part of:
Symphony no. 9 in D major (movement) (tracks 1–4)
recording of:
Symphony no. 9 in D major: I. Andante comodo (1967-02 – 1967-03) (track 1)

Release

ASIN: DE: B00004SA86 [info]