[SACD-R][OF] Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 8 "Symphony of a Thousand", Adagio (Symphony No. 10) (Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony) - 2009 (Classical/Orchestral/Choral/Vocal)


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[SACD-R][OF] Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 8 "Symphony of a Thousand", Adagio (Symphony No. 10) (Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony) - 2009 (Classical/Orchestral/Choral/Vocal)

Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 8 "Symphony of a Thousand", Symphony No. 10 (Adagio)
- Формат записи/Источник записи: [SACD-R][OF]
Наличие водяных знаков: Нет
Год издания/переиздания диска: 2009
Жанр: Classical/Orchestral/Choral/Vocal
Издатель (лейбл): San Francisco Symphony
Продолжительность: 01:51:49
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Disc 1:
01 Symphony No. 10 in F Sharp minor (Incomplete): Adagio
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E flat major ‘Symphony of a thousand’
Part 1.
02 Hymnus – Veni, Creator Spiritus
03 Accende Lumen Sensibus
04 Infunde Amorem Cordibus
05 Gloria Patri Domino

Disc 2:
Part 2.
01 Poco Adagio
02 Waldung, Sie Schwankt Heran
03 Ewiger Wonnebrand
04 Wie Felsenabgrund Mir Zu Füssen
05 Gerettet Ist Das Edle Glied
06 Hier Ist Die Aussicht Frei
07 Dir, Der Unberührbaren
08 Du Schwebst Zu Höhen
09 Bei Dem Bronn, Zu Dem Schon Weiland
10 Komm, Hebe Dich Zu Höhern Sphären
11 Blicket Auf
12 Alles Vergängliche
-Контейнер: ISO (*.iso)
Тип рипа: image
Разрядность: 64(2,8 MHz/1 Bit)
Формат: DST64
Количество каналов: 5.0, 2.0-Доп. информация: SFO 821936-0021-2 (2008)
2x SACD rip via PS3 to 2x iso (6.3GB)
Источник (релизер): ManWhoCan (PS³SACD)
http://sa-cd.net/showtitle/6058
Оркестр: San Francisco Symphony
Композитор: Gustav Mahler
Дирижер: Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor)

Состав

Erin Wall
Eliza van den Heever
Laura Claycomb
Katarina Karneus
Yvonne Naef
Anthony Dean Griffey
Quinn Kelsey
James Morris
San Francisco Symphony Chorus
San Francisco Girls Chorus
Pacific Boychoir

Лог DR

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Анализ: San Francisco Symphony - Michael Tilson Thomas, cond. / Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10 - Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major - Part I--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DR Пики RMS Продолжительность трека--------------------------------------------------------------------------------DR16 0.00 дБ -25.18 дБ 27:57 01-Symphony No. 10 I. AdagioDR14 -5.82 дБ -24.58 дБ 7:28 02-Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major Part I. - I. Hymnus - Veni, creator spiritusDR12 -12.07 дБ -25.72 дБ 4:29 03-II. Accende lumen sensibusDR14 -3.29 дБ -22.36 дБ 8:56 04-III. Infunde amorem cordibusDR13 -3.63 дБ -21.01 дБ 2:38 05-IV. Gloria Patri Domino--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Количество треков: 5Реальные значения DR: DR14
Частота: 2822400 Гц / Частота PCM: 352800 ГцКаналов: 5Разрядность: 24Битрейт: 14112 кбит/сКодек: DST64================================================================================
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Анализ: San Francisco Symphony - Michael Tilson Thomas, cond. / Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10 - Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major - Part I--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DR Пики RMS Продолжительность трека--------------------------------------------------------------------------------DR17 -4.89 дБ -24.71 дБ 27:57 01-Symphony No. 10 I. AdagioDR14 -6.60 дБ -23.96 дБ 7:28 02-Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major Part I. - I. Hymnus - Veni, creator spiritusDR12 -11.99 дБ -25.66 дБ 4:29 03-II. Accende lumen sensibusDR14 -3.25 дБ -20.93 дБ 8:56 04-III. Infunde amorem cordibusDR12 -3.83 дБ -19.65 дБ 2:38 05-IV. Gloria Patri Domino--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Количество треков: 5Реальные значения DR: DR14
Частота: 2822400 Гц / Частота PCM: 352800 ГцКаналов: 2Разрядность: 24Битрейт: 5645 кбит/сКодек: DST64================================================================================
foobar2000 1.3.13 / Замер динамического диапазона (DR) 1.1.1Дата отчёта: 2018-01-10 16:31:34
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Анализ: San Francisco Symphony - Michael Tilson Thomas, cond. / Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major - Part II--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DR Пики RMS Продолжительность трека--------------------------------------------------------------------------------DR13 -10.53 дБ -25.34 дБ 11:13 01-Part II - I. Poco AdagioDR13 -11.07 дБ -25.90 дБ 4:58 02-II. Waldung, sie schwankt heranDR13 -9.17 дБ -25.52 дБ 1:15 03-III. Ewiger WonnebrandDR13 -7.93 дБ -24.81 дБ 4:36 04-IV. Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu FuessenDR14 -7.29 дБ -25.27 дБ 5:40 05-V. Gerettet ist das edle GliedDR13 0.00 дБ -25.47 дБ 4:20 06-VI. Hier ist die Aussicht freiDR13 -10.53 дБ -25.74 дБ 5:02 07-VII. Dir, der UnberuehrbarenDR12 -9.53 дБ -25.67 дБ 1:19 08-VIII. Du schwebst zu HoehenDR14 -8.25 дБ -25.37 дБ 7:59 09-IX. Bei dem Bronn, der schon weilandDR12 -12.83 дБ -25.95 дБ 1:17 10-X. Komme, hebe dich zu hoehern SphaerenDR13 -8.18 дБ -25.02 дБ 6:33 11-XI. Blicket aufDR13 -3.10 дБ -22.26 дБ 6:14 12-XII. Alles Vergaengliche--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Количество треков: 12Реальные значения DR: DR13
Частота: 2822400 Гц / Частота PCM: 352800 ГцКаналов: 5Разрядность: 24Битрейт: 14112 кбит/сКодек: DST64================================================================================
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Анализ: San Francisco Symphony - Michael Tilson Thomas, cond. / Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major - Part II--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DR Пики RMS Продолжительность трека--------------------------------------------------------------------------------DR13 -10.44 дБ -25.09 дБ 11:13 01-Part II - I. Poco AdagioDR12 -12.99 дБ -25.88 дБ 4:58 02-II. Waldung, sie schwankt heranDR12 -11.96 дБ -25.36 дБ 1:15 03-III. Ewiger WonnebrandDR13 -8.21 дБ -24.12 дБ 4:36 04-IV. Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu FuessenDR14 -6.98 дБ -25.01 дБ 5:40 05-V. Gerettet ist das edle GliedDR14 -10.13 дБ -25.43 дБ 4:20 06-VI. Hier ist die Aussicht freiDR13 -8.01 дБ -25.68 дБ 5:02 07-VII. Dir, der UnberuehrbarenDR13 -11.02 дБ -25.52 дБ 1:19 08-VIII. Du schwebst zu HoehenDR15 -8.37 дБ -25.10 дБ 7:59 09-IX. Bei dem Bronn, der schon weilandDR12 -12.83 дБ -25.90 дБ 1:17 10-X. Komme, hebe dich zu hoehern SphaerenDR13 -7.80 дБ -24.69 дБ 6:33 11-XI. Blicket aufDR13 -3.96 дБ -21.62 дБ 6:14 12-XII. Alles Vergaengliche--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Количество треков: 12Реальные значения DR: DR13
Частота: 2822400 Гц / Частота PCM: 352800 ГцКаналов: 2Разрядность: 24Битрейт: 5645 кбит/сКодек: DST64================================================================================

Об альбоме (сборнике)

Michael Tilson Thomas is among today’s foremost interpreters of Mahler, & critic Mark Swed, writing in the Los Angeles Times, has called MTT & the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra “The most exciting Mahler combination anywhere right now”.
Mahler was given to large public statements, & his 7th Symphony is the most extravagant of these. At the same time, its many moments of tenderness & intimacy look ahead to the music he was still to write, Das Lied von der Erde, the 9th Symphony, & the impassioned Adagio from the work left uncompleted when he died, the 10th Symphony.
On this recording, we encounter the most expansive music Mahler wrote, alongside a work of deep introspection.
Goethe’s Faust is a recklessly inclusive composition, to which Mahler must have looked as he planned his own unprecedentedly global symphonies. In his 8th, joining Faust to Veni, creator spiritus—linking the complexities of Goethe’s humanism to the question-less faith of an 8th century Christian hymn—Mahler sought to create a similarly encompassing work.
It was not with Faust that the 8th Symphony began. In June 1906, when Mahler arrived at Maiernigg on Lake Wörth in Southern Austria, where he had bought a plot of land, he had no ideas for a new composition. Then, on the 1st day he went to his studio, the Spiritus creator suddenly took hold of him & drove him on for the next 8 weeks until the greatest part of his work was done. He was quick to perceive that Veni, creator spiritus was but a beginning, that he dared tackle that Holy of Holies in German literature, the final scene of Faust, & that the bridge between the texts was to be found in the 3rd stanza of the hymn: “Ignite our Reason with Light/Fill our hearts with Love.” Mahler then worked with astonishing speed, sketching between June & August 1906 completing the score the next summer.
AllMusic:
In spite of its small flaws, this is undeniably a great performance of Mahler’s 8th. It has the right balance of line & harmony, the right feel for mass & momentum, the right sense of being in & of the moment, & above all, the sheer audacity to pull off the whole mighty & monumental work. Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas is not quite as precise as he should be at every point in the score. Some entrances are not exact, some sonorities are not properly balanced, & some tempo relationships are not as tight as they could be. But these are small flaws in comparison with the greatness of Tilson Thomas’ conception & the magnificence of his execution. Similarly, the San Francisco Symphony is not quite as together as they could be in every bar of the piece. There are slips in ensemble, as well as the occasional flub that such virtuoso writing orchestral can cause in even the best bands. But again, the tremendous verve & enormous power the San Francisco musicians bring to the music more than make up for their few mistakes.
High praise goes to James Morris for his stentorian bass, & to Erin Wall for her clarion soprano, but another soloist’s diction is on-again, off-again. The San Francisco Symphony Chorus deserves cheers for its strength & agility, as do the children’s choruses for their purity of tone, but both groups have occasional intonation problems. The weaknesses, though, are insignificant in the face of the sweep & grandeur of the total performance, which grabs listeners from the 1st bar & doesn’t let go until they are left, starry-eyed & laughing, at the last ringing chord of the final Chorus Mysticus.
This great 8th is paired on the recording with a reading of the opening movement of Mahler’s 10th that makes its composer sound like a self-pitying, self-absorbed weakling. That such a puny & pusillanimous account comes before the 1st movement of the 7th in the program is deeply regrettable.
Played back on a standard stereo system, the performance sounds dim & distant unless turned up to the highest volume, & even then it’s not significantly better. When it’s played on a quadraphonic super-audio system, however, the performers seem to step into your living room, or, put another way, they’re inviting you to step into their concert hall.
TheGuardian:
It has taken Michael Tilson Thomas & the San Francisco Symphony 8 years to work their way through the Mahler canon, & this final installment, like all its predecessors taken from concerts in Davis Symphony Hall, San Francisco, more or less confirms the strengths & weaknesses of the cycle as a whole. Very much on the plus side are the superlative orchestral playing, which is as consistently fine & well integrated as in any Mahler cycle currently available on disc, & the exceptional dynamic range & refinement of the recorded sound, which is demonstrated even more spectacularly than before in the grandeur & aural spectacle of the choral 8th. Doubts linger, though, about Tilson Thomas’s conducting, whose objectivity seems intended to contrast as much as possible with the heart-on-sleeve approach to Mahler epitomised by Leonard Bernstein. Sometimes Tilson Thomas is just too cool & detached for this most subjective & self-referential of great composers; there’s a whole tragic dimension missing to the gloriously played account of the 1st movement of the 10th Symphony that prefaces the main work here, while the 8th lacks dramatic power in the 1st part, & the gathering sense of inwardness in the 2nd, however beautifully balanced & lucid it all is musically.



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