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Sinfonía Nº 3

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Excelente grabación de Gerog Solti de la Tercera Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler

Helen Watts, contralto

Georg Solti, director 

Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres

Grabación de enero de 1968 en la Kingsway Hall de Londres.

Recomendada en la Penguin Guide, la primera opción en el apartado de las integrales y también como sinfonía suelta, aunque afirman que entre las tempranas grabaciones de Mahler para Decca con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres, la tercera sinfonía parece que se lleva la peor parte. Sobre todo si se la compara con la versión de Horenstein con la misma orquesta.

Reedición de 180 gr de Speakers Corner

“My symphony will be something the world has never heard before. The whole of Nature will be lent a voice in it and will impart such deep secrets as those one might imagine in one's dreams.” Mahler’s vision of music which reflects the world finds its monumental culmination in his Third Symphony. The god Pan awakes to dull drum beats and rumbling basses. From afar a lied theme feels its way to the fore. The mild season of Spring dawns with song, sounds of nature and the budding of vegetation; then at last Summer marches in, grotesquely distorted in its exuberance, expressing the dualism of the innocence of Nature and its terrifying primeval force. Only in the finale are these contrarieties united in glorious harmony – although an undercurrent of doubt is always present.
Sir Georg Solti and the London Symphony Orchestra are absolutely ideal for performing this mammoth, highly complex, multi-layered work. With fairly brisk tempi, clearly differentiated strings, and the usual excellent brass, Solti gives a gripping performance which no Mahler fan should miss - even if already has other recordings of the work in his collection.

DirectorGeorg Solti
OrquestaLondon Symphonic
CantantesHelen Watts