Gustav Mahler / The Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Emmy Loose - Symphony No. 4 In G Major mp3 flac
Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra, Paul Kletzki. Mahler: Symphony No. 4 in G. Лицензиар.
Symphony No. 4 In G Major. A1. First Movement : Heiter, Bedächtig. A2. Second Movement : In Gemächlicher Bewegung. B1. Third Movement : Ruhevoll. Composed By – Gustav Mahler. Conductor – Paul Kletzki. Orchestra – Philharmonia Orchestra. Soprano Vocals – Emmy Loose. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A): XAX 1202-IN M I. Matrix, Runout (Runout side B): XAX 1203-IN G I. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All.
Album: Mahler: Symphony No. Paul Kletzki, Густав Малер - Symphony No. 4 In G Major: III. Ruhevoll 21:00. Emmy Loose, Paul Kletzki, The Philharmonia Orchestra - Symphony No. 4 in G Major: IV. Sehr behaglich 08:16. Album: Mahler: Symphony No. Paul Kletzki, The Philharmonia Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Andrew Greenwood, Lesley Garrett, Lesley Garrett & Andrew Greenwood & The Philharmonia Orchestra, The Philharmonia Orchestra - Rusalka, Op. 114: Song to the Moon 40 Most Beautiful Arias, 2006 05:58
by Emmy Loose/Philharmonia Orchestra/Paul Kletzki. Symphony No. 4 in G (1993 Remastered Version): II. In gemächlicher Bewegung. I have enjoyed other performances of the same work conducted by Bruno Walter and Leonard Bernstein, and I also own much more recent versions by Haitink and Schäfer with the Concertgobouw, Ivan Fischer and Miah Perrson with the Budapest Festival Orchestra, as well as an older version by Tennstedt and Lucia Popp with the London Phil. Of these, I find myself listening to the Haitink and Fischer versions most often, possibly because they are especially beautifully recorded and also wonderfully lyrical. Many of Mahler's precise directions go begging, but Emmy Loose is very pure and affecting in the last movement. In fact, she is so good that Kletzki allows her to take the lead, turning the finale into a song with orchestral accompaniment.
Columbia SAX2345 - Mahler - Symphony 4 - Emmy LOOSE - Paul KLETSKI - RARE. Description: Columbia SAX2345 - Original Blue, Silver Label - Original Flipback Sleeve - Mahler - Symphony No. 4 in G Major - Emmy Loose (Soprano) - The Philharmonia Orchestra - Paul Kletzki - RARE. Condition: Record is in NM Condition. Jacket is in EX+ Condition - See scan. SUPERB COPY! Payment Options: Payment can be accepted by the following methods
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Symphony No. 4 In G Major (1999) by Gustav Mahler. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 116/138 BPM). Tracklist Symphony no. 1. 4 in G Major: I. Bedächtig, nicht eilen. 4 in G major by Gustav Mahler was written in 1899 and 1900, though it incorporates a song originally written in 1892. The song, "Das himmlische Leben", presents a child's vision of Heaven. It is sung by a soprano in the work's fourth and final movement.
gustav mahler/ the london philharmonic orchestra, symphony no. gustav mahler symphony no. CFP - UK (cat no: CFP159) - 1977.
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|Symphony No. 4 In G Major
Composed By – Gustav Mahler
|A1||First Movement: Heiter, Bedächtig. Nicht Eilen|
|A2||Second Movement: In Gemächlicher Bewegung|
|B1||Third Movement: Ruhevoll|
|B2||Fourth Movement: Sehr Behaglich
Soprano Vocals – Emmy Loose
- Artwork – Charles Blackman
- Conductor – Paul Kletzki
- Orchestra – The Philharmonia Orchestra*
NotesAustralian WRC 3rd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Previously issued by The Record Society. It was advertised as issued in June 1966 as a WRC LP with the same number ("6013" on the back and spine, rather than the usual format, which would have been "T/6013"). The cover picture was later used for S/4224 and S/4348.
Mono and stereo versions have an identical sleeve and the same number on the back - the mono version has "6013" on beige 'strobe' labels, while the stereo has "S-6013" on green 'strobe' labels. There is a printed "stereo" rosette on the back, and the mono has a red sticker with "mono" placed over this (though these tend to drop off with age).
The 3rd pressing is identifiable by the 1966-67 address combination on the back.
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|SAX 2345||Mahler* - Paul Kletzki, Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra||Mahler* - Paul Kletzki, Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra - Symphony No. 4 (LP, Album)||Columbia||SAX 2345||UK||1958|
|33CX 1541||Mahler* - Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra, Paul Kletzki||Mahler* - Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra, Paul Kletzki - Symphony N° 4 (LP, Mono)||Columbia||33CX 1541||UK||1958|
|13-6013, 6013||Gustav Mahler / Paul Kletzki, Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra||Gustav Mahler / Paul Kletzki, Emmy Loose, Philharmonia Orchestra - Symphony No. 4 In G Major (LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat)||The Record Society, The Record Society||13-6013, 6013||Australia||1960|
|S/2482, S-2482||Gustav Mahler / The Philharmonia Orchestra* Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Emmy Loose||Gustav Mahler / The Philharmonia Orchestra* Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Emmy Loose - Symphony No. 4 In G Major (LP, Album, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||S/2482, S-2482||Australia||1972|
|S/2482, S-2482||Gustav Mahler / The Philharmonia Orchestra* Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Emmy Loose||Gustav Mahler / The Philharmonia Orchestra* Conducted By Paul Kletzki With Emmy Loose - Symphony No. 4 In G Major (LP, Album, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||S/2482, S-2482||Australia||1971|