Mahler - The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra & Choirs Conducted By Zubin Mehta - Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" album download
|1st Movement: Allegro Maestoso||20:22|
|1a||(II) Mit Durchaus Ernstem Und Feierlichem Ausdruck|
|1b||(III) Sehr Mässig Und Zurückhaltend|
|1d||(V) Tempo I|
|1e||(VI) Tempo Sostenuto|
|2nd Movement: Andante Moderato||9:55|
|2a||(II) Sehr Gemächlich|
|2b||(III) Nicht Eilen|
|2c||(IV) In Tempo I. Zurückkehren|
|2d||(V) Tempo I. Energisch Bewegt|
|2e||(VI) Wieder Ins Tempo Zurückgehen. Tempo I|
|3rd Movement: In Ruhig Fliessende Bewegung||10:19|
|3a||(II) (Bassoon & Violas)|
|3d||(V) Sehr Getragen Und Gesangvoll|
|3e||(VI) Zum Tempo I. Zurückkehren|
|3f||(VII) (Trumpets & Trombones)|
|3g||(VIII) (Violas, Cellos & Basses)|
|4th Movement: 'Urlicht' (From 'Des Knaben Wunderhorn')||4:57|
|4a||Sehr Feierlich, Aber Schlicht|
|4b||(II) Etwas Bewegter|
|5th Movement: Im Tempo Des Scherzo's (Text: 'Die Auferstehung')||32:18|
|5a||(I) Wild Herausfordernd|
|5c||(III) Im Anfang Sehr Zurückgehalten|
|5d||(IV) Wieder Sehr Breit|
|5e||(V) Maestoso. Sehr Zurückhaltend|
|5g||(VII) Wieder Zurückhaltend|
|5h||(VIII) Sehr Langsam Und Gedehnt|
|5i||(IX) Langsam. Misterioso|
|5j||(X) Langsam Ppp. Misterioso|
|5k||(XI) Etwas Bewegt|
|5l||(XII) Mit Aufschwung, Aber Nicht Eilen|
- Choir – The National Choir 'RINANT'*, The 'IHUD' Choir*, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir
- Chorus Master [The 'ihud' Choir] – Avner Itay
- Chorus Master [The National Choir 'rinant'] – Stanley Sperber
- Chorus Master [The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir] – Steven Sloane
- Composed By – Gustav Mahler
- Conductor – Zubin Mehta
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Florence Quivar
- Orchestra – The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra*
- Soprano Vocals – Sylvia Greenberg
NotesRecorded live at Masada, Israel on 18th October 1988.
Total playing time: 77:48
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|PWK 1136||Mahler* - Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The & Choirs* Conducted By Zubin Mehta||Mahler* - Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The & Choirs* Conducted By Zubin Mehta - Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" (CD)||PWK Classics||PWK 1136||UK||1989|
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Mahler - Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection". CD, 1989) by Zubin Mehta. Featuring: Zubin Mehta, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Sylvia Greenberg, Florence Quivar.
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