Mahler Symphony No. 9
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Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Recorded live at
Davies Symphony Hall
September 29 - October 3, 2004
This recording of Mahler's Symphony No. 9 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: Martin Nagorni
Editing, Remixing and Mastering: Andreas Neubronner
Technical Assistance: Jack Vad
DSD Recording: Dawn Frank, Super Audio Center LLC
Art Direction and Design:
Cover Photo: Michele Clement
Inside Cover Photo: Terrence McCarthy
Mahler Photo: Bildarchiv d. ÖNB, Wien
Editorial: Larry Rothe
Mahler Symphony No.9, Universal Edition
A.G. Vienna, Publisher
If you're new to high resolution audio, we suggest downloading the 44.1kHz WAV album in the column on the left. This format will play in iTunes without additional setup.
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. Andante comodo [30:22]|
|2.||Play||II. Im Tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers [17:04]|
|3.||Play||III. Rondo burleske [13:55]|
|4.||Play||IV. Adagio [27:50]|
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