Mahler, Pro Musica Symphony, Vienna, Jascha Horenstein – Symphony No. 1 "Titan". Label: Turnabout – TV 34355S, Turnabout – T. 4355S. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Composed By – Mahler . Conductor – Jascha Horenstein. Liner Notes – Helen H. Less. Orchestra – Pro Musica Symphony, Vienna . Notes. First catalog number appears on the cover, the second one appears on the labels.
Digital Booklet: Mahler: Symphony No. 1 "Titan" - Bruckner: Symphony No. 9. Digital Booklet: Mahler: Symphony No. Album Only. The Vienna Symphony was a mighty scrappy bunch when Horenstein made these recordings. But Horenstein was on the podium, and every player believed in him to the last man, or so it sounds. You have not heard Mahler's 1st until you've heard this incredible performance.
But with the advent of stereo and then the Mahler revival of the '60s, Horenstein's mono First seemed like yesterday's news. Symphony No. 1 in D major ("Titan").
Other albums by Jascha Horenstein. Mahler: Symphony No. 1. Nielsen: Symphony Nos. 2 & 5. . Bach: Brandenburg Concertos No. 1-6. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7. Brahms: Symphony No. 1; Variations on a Theme of Haydn. Jascha Horenstein 9/1/1994. 4 Symphony No. 1 in D major ("Titan")~4. Stürmisch Bewegt Jascha Horenstein 20:51. 1 Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109~1. Feierlich, misterioso Jascha Horenstein 21:42. 2 Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109~2. Scherzo (Bewegt, lebhaft) Jascha Horenstein 9:55. 3 Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109~3. Adagio (Langsam, feierlich) Jascha Horenstein 20:52.
Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Jascha Horenstein. Catalogue No: CDX25508. Label: Vox. Length: 1 hour 50 minutes. Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days. 9 in D Minor. 9 in D Minor, WAB 109 (1894 Version): I. Feierlich, misterioso.
Label : Esoteric, EMI Format : Iso Cover : Yes Tracklist : Gustav Mahler Symphony N. in D Major, "Der Titan" Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Klaus Tennstedt. Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Klaus Tennstedt.
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.