Mahler Symphony No. 2
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Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, mezzo-soprano
Vance George chorus director
San Francisco Symphony Chorus
Recorded live at
Davies Symphony Hall
June 23 - 26, 2004
This recording of Mahler's Symphony No. 2 was made possible by the encouragement and generous leadership funding of
Mr. Gordon Getty.
Special thanks to David Kawakami and Colin Cigarran of the Sony Super Audio CD project.
Producer: Andreas Neubronner
Balance Engineer: Peter Laenger
Tape Operator: Christian Starke
Editing, Remixing, and Mastering: Christian Starke, Andreas Neubronner
Technical Assistance: Jack Vad
DSD Recording: Dawn Frank, Gus Skinas
Art Direction and Design: Alan Trugman
Cover Photo: Michele Clement
Inside Cover Photo: Terrence McCarthy
Mahler Photo: The Kaplan Foundation Collection, New York
Editorial: Larry Rothe
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Provenance: Originally Recorded in DSD 2.8MHz.
|Click the arrows for audio samples (samples are the first 3 minutes of each movement):||44kHz (WAV)
|1.||Play||I. Allegro Maestoso [23:19]|
|2.||Play||II. Andante Moderato [11:33]|
|3.||Play||III. In ruhig fliessender Bewegung [10:45]|
|4.||Play||IV. "Urlicht": Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht [5:46]|
|5.||Play||V. Finale-Im Tempo des Scherzos...Chorus: "Aufersteh'n" [36:58]|
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