Gustav Mahler Symphony No.5

Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 5 [2008] (PS3 SACD rip)  

Posted by evaristegalois at Feb. 19, 2012
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 5 [2008] (PS3 SACD rip)

Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 5 [2008] (PS3 SACD rip)
SACD ISO Image = 2.91 GB | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 26.4 MB | 5% Recovery | David Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich
Classical | Label: BMG | Catalog Number: 88697 31450 2 | DST 1bit-2822,4kHz 2.0, 5.0

The Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor by Gustav Mahler was composed in 1901 and 1902, mostly during the summer months at Mahler's cottage at Maiernigg. Among its most distinctive features are the funereal trumpet solo that opens the work and the frequently performed Adagietto.
The musical canvas and emotional scope of the work, which lasts over an hour, are huge. After its premiere, Mahler is reported to have said, “Nobody understood it. I wish I could conduct the first performance fifty years after my death.”

Gustav Mahler - Symphony No.5 - Wyn Morris  

Posted by wbl at Oct. 6, 2010
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No.5 - Wyn Morris

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 - Conducted by Wyn Morris
FLAC, cue, unknown rip, no log, no scans | 413 MB, RS
Classical | Label: IMP, Released: 1993 | Recorded: 1973

Wyn Morris (1929 – 2010) was especially acknowledged for his interpretations of Gustav Mahler's works, which he recorded almost complete during the 1960s and 1970s. He was the first to record Deryck Cooke's second performing version of Mahler's Symphony No. 10 in 1972, only the third time a recording of the work had been made. His recordings remain in the catalog for study and enjoyment. Once described as a "Celtic Furtwängler", Morris was an inspirational and at times spontaneous musician.

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 - Harold Farberman - LSO  Music

Posted by leverk at Feb. 26, 2010
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 - Harold Farberman - LSO

Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): Symphony No.5 - Harold Farberman - London SO
Classical | Early 20th Century | 1CD | EACRip | APE+LOG+CUE | Covers | RS.com | 312MB
Label: VOX | Year of release: 1999 | DDD
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 (CLASSICAL GOLD: CD 2/50) APE/СUE

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5
Classical Gold: CD 2/50 | APE+СUE | 212 Mb
Genre: Classical | ES, LB

Gustav Mahler Symphony no 5 - Gustavo Dudamel  

Posted by scoubidou at Sept. 7, 2007
Gustav Mahler Symphony no 5 - Gustavo Dudamel

Gustav Mahler Symphony no 5 - Gustavo Dudamel
DG | APE Encoding | Covers | 238 MB | 5 parts
Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Daniele Gatti

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Daniele Gatti
Classical | 1 CD | EAC Rip | 296 MB, 3% recovery | FLAC+LOG+Cue | Complete scans | RS links
Publisher: RCA Red Seal/BMG | Recorded: 1997 | Published: 1998

It is a reading with a uniquely radiant atmosphere and one that I would urge you to add to your collection even if your instinct is to trust to grander symphonic visions and bigger names. - DSG, The Gramophone
It is a worthy contender and I recommend it. - Tony Duggan
Mahler: Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Riccardo Chailly

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor – Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Riccardo Chailly conductor
Classical | 1 CD | EAC Rip | 323 MB | Ape+LOG+Cue+m3u | Full scans | RS links
Publisher: Decca

Mahler: Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Riccardo Chailly

Mahler: Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor - Wiener Philharmoniker; Lorin Maazel

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor – Wiener Philharmoniker; Lorin Maazel, conductor
Classical | 1 CD | EAC Rip | 297 Mb | FLAC+LOG+Cue | Full scans | RS and 4share links
Publisher: Sony Classical
Mahler: Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor - Wiener Philharmoniker; Lorin Maazel

Contrary to his recording of Symphony no. 4, Maazel’s recording of Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 get divided reviews. My opinion is pretty much like this one from Amazon.com:
This is one of the best Mahler 5 recordings I have heard. The Vienna Philharmonic sounds absolutely fabulous. Maazel's has recorded the whole Mahler cycle with Vienna. The performance of Mahler 4 has become very well known. The Mahler 5 seems to be not as popular. This might be because Bernstein also recorded a great live version with Vienna as well. Maazel's interpretation of the piece is very balanced and clear. Maazel brings to me what is a slightly more clear approach to this music, but still with great climaxes. I really like the opening movement and the third movement scherzo. The balance between all the sections is really amazing. You can hear every entrance and every voice. This is a triumph of the players and to the Sony recording engineers. I would highly recommend this Mahler recording to anyone.
Robert Olson, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra - Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10 (2002)

Robert Olson, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra - Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10 (2002)
EAC | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:18:59 | 397 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | Catalog: 8.554811

The musical reconstructions industry keeps gathering pace, but few works have attracted as much attention as Mahler's 10th Symphony. Joe Wheeler (who died in 1977) was a brass-playing British civil servant with a passion for Mahler. This completion (itself in an edition by the conductor here, Robert Olson) uses the leaner orchestration of the composer's later years. But does it sound Mahlerian? Certainly more so than Remo Mazzetti's 1997 version, but neither caps Deryck Cooke's acute sense of authentic detail and color in his legendary edition.
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 1 in D major "Der Titan" [2007] (PS3 SACD rip)

Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 1 in D major "Der Titan" [2007] (PS3 SACD rip)
SACD ISO Image = 2.47 GB | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 25.4 MB | 5% Recovery | David Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich
Classical | Label: BMG | Catalog Number: 82876 87156 2 | DST 1bit-2822,4kHz 2.0, 5.0

The Symphony No. 1 in D major by Gustav Mahler was mainly composed between late 1887 and March 1888, though it incorporates music Mahler had composed for previous works. It was composed while Mahler was second conductor at the Leipzig Opera, Germany. Although in his letters Mahler almost always referred to the work as a symphony, the first two performances described it as a symphonic poem or tone poem. The work was premièred at the Vigadó Concert Hall, Budapest in 1889, but was not well received. Mahler made some major revisions for the second performance, given at Hamburg in October 1893; further alterations were made in the years prior to the first publication, in late 1898. Some modern performances and recordings give the work the title Titan, despite the fact that Mahler only used this label for two early performances, and never after the work had reached its definitive four-movement form in 1896.