Hans Rott - Suite in E major

Gustav Mahler - »Titan«

Philharmonisches Orchester Hagen
Antony Hermus


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Suite in E-Dur
Live-Recording of the First Performance on April 12, 2005
I. Präludium zur Suite. Nicht zu langsam
II. Letzter Satz zur Suite. Langsam
 
Gustav Mahler - »Titan« - Eine Tondichtung in Symphonieform (A Tone Poem in the form of a Symphony)
Hamburger Version (1893) of the First Symphony
1. Theil: »Aus den Tagen der Jugend«
[1st Part:
»From the Days of Youth«]
I. »Frühling und kein Ende!« . Langsam! Schleppend! [»Spring and no end in sight!«. Slow! Dragging!]
II. »Blumine«. Andante allegretto
III. »Mit vollen Segeln«. Scherzo. Kräftig bewegt! (Langsames Walzertempo) [»With billowing sails«. Scherzo. Heavily animated! (slow waltz tempo)]

2005

acousence ACO-CD 20305

2. Theil: »Commedia humana«
[2nd Part: »Commedia humana«]
  IV. Todtenmarsch »in Callots Manier«. Ein Intermezzo à la Pompe funèbre. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen! [attaca:] [Death March »in Callot's Manner«. An Intermezzo à la Pompe funèbre. Solemn and measured, without dragging! [attaca:]]
Further CDs V. »Dall' Inferno al Paradiso!«. Stürmisch bewegt [Stormily animated]
 
 

Playing time: 68'52
(3'43 - 5'42 -- 14'25 - 7'13 - 7'05 - 10'48 - 19'44)

  Recorded April 11/12, 2005 in Stadthalle Hagen
   

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