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The Symphony, Part IV

 
Program 1
Schubert: Symphony #9 in C Major, Great, I (excerpt)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe/Abbado
DG 4236562
1:54
 
Bruckner: Mass #2 in e minor, WAB 27 - Sanctus
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus/Jochum
DG 447409
3:54
 
Beethoven: Symphony #9 in d minor, Op. 125, Choral
1. Allegro Ma Non Troppo (excerpt)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Bernstein
DG 001212909
1:22
 
Bruckner: Symphony #3 in d Minor – I (excerpt)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink
Philips 000530902
1:18
 
Bruckner: Symphony #4 in E Flat, WAB 104, Romantic, I
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Haitink
Philips 000530902
18:20; 15:54
 
Bruckner: Symphony #4 in E Flat, WAB 104, Romantic, III 
Philadelphia Orch/Sawallisch
EMI 55119
6:02
Program 2
Bruckner: Symphony #7 In E, WAB 107 - 1. Allegro Moderato & 
2. Adagio, Sehr Feierlich Und Sehr Langsam 
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Karajan
DG 419195
21:04; 18:19
 
Mahler: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen -
2. Ging Heut' Morgen Uber's Feld
New York Philharmonic Orchestra/Masur; Hagegard, b.
Ultima 21339
4:02
 
Mahler: Symphony #1 In D, "Titan" (excerpt)
1. Langsam Schleppend
New York Philharmonic Orchestra/Masur
Ultima 21339
5:31 
Program 3

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Mahler: Symphony #2 In C Minor, Resurrection (excerpt)
1. Allegro Maestoso
Lucerne Festival Orchestra/Abbado 
2:15
 
Mahler: Symphony #2 In C Minor, Resurrection
5. Im Tempo Des Scherzos. Wild Herausfahrend (excerpt)
Lucerne Festival Orchestra/Abbado; Gvazava, s.
DG 4775082
5:46
 
Mahler: Symphony #3 In D Minor,
3. Comodo. Scherzando, Ohne Hast (excerpt)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Solti
Decca 430804
9:18
 
Mahler: Symphony #4 In G - 4. Sehr Behaglich 9:39
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra /Haitink
Sylvia McNair
Philips 000654209
9:39
 
Mahler: Symphony #5 In C Sharp Minor - 4. Adagietto
New York Philharmonic Orchestra/Walter
Sony 64451
7:31
 
Mahler: Symphony #8 In E Flat, "Symphony Of A Thousand" -
Part 1: Veni, Creator Spiritus (excerpt)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Bernstein;
Trudeliese Schmidt, Vienna Singverein, soloists
DG 459080 
1:31
 
Mahler: Symphony #9
4. Adagio, Sehr Langsam Und Noch Zurükhaltend (excerpt)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Bernstein
DG 459080
2:01
 
Mahler: Symphony #10 (Performing version prepared by Deryck 
Cooke)
V. Finale: Lento, Non Troppo; Allegro Moderato (excerpt)
Philadelphia Orchestra/Ormandy
2:47

 

Program 4
Elgar: In Smyrna (excerpt)
David Golub, p.
Arabesque 6664
1:59
 
Elgar: Symphony #1 In A Flat, Op. 55
I. Andante. Nobilmente E Semplice, Allegro
II. Allegro Molto
III. Attacca Adagio, Molto Expressivo E Sostenuto
IV. Lento, Allegro, Grandioso
Staatskapelle Dresden/Colin Davis
Profil PH 05040
19:31; 7:23; 12:27; 11:55 (excerpt III 1:03)
Program 5
Elgar: In The South, Op. 50, "Alassio"
London Philharmonic Orchestra/Solti
London/Decca 443 856
1:05
 
Elgar: Symphony #2 In E Flat - Op. 63, 
I. Allegro Vivace E Nobilmente
II. Larghetto
IV. Moderato E Maestoso
The Hallé Orchestra/Elder
Hallé Concert Society (Sanctuary Classics) Hll 7507 
18:13; 15:46; 16:19 
 
Shelley: Song
Mark Elder
Hallé Concert Society (Sanctuary Classics) Hll 7507 
2:05

 

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