Mahler Symphony No. 5, Volume II
Gerard Schwarz and The Colburn Orchestra
Movement III, Scherzo (second half)
Movement IV, Adagietto
Movement V, Rondo-Finale
15 ips, CCIR curve, tails out
John Burke, PhD – November 4, 2016:
This Mahler recording is organically “big”, just like a real orchestra is big and broad. But what is additionally noteworthy is the concreteness of individual and massed horns. Each is individually sounded, also cymbals and other percussion vigorously resound and sound throughout the tape. The orchestral presentation is vigorous, strong and vital. The live recording intuitively seems to know an audience is listening and caring about each musical phrase and measure. Once again, Yarlung’s recording is highly exemplary for meaning and sound. Well done!
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