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Mahler: Symphonies 1-10; Das Lied von der Erde - Alan Titus (baritone); Anne Howells (alto); Ben Heppner (tenor); Florence Quivar (alto); Gwendolyn Killebrew (contralto);...
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  1. Symphony No. 1 in D major ("Titan")
  2. Symphony No. 2 in C minor ("Resurrection")
  3. Symphony No. 3 in D minor
  4. Symphony No. 4 in G major
  5. Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor
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  1. Symphony No. 1 in D major ("Titan")
  2. Symphony No. 2 in C minor ("Resurrection")
  3. Symphony No. 3 in D minor
  4. Symphony No. 4 in G major
  5. Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor
  6. Symphony No. 7 in E minor ("Song of the Night")
  7. Symphony No. 6 in A minor ("Tragic")
  8. Symphony No. 9 in D major
  9. Symphony No. 10 in F sharp major (incomplete)
  10. Symphony No. 8 in E flat major ("Symphony of a Thousand")
  11. Das Lied von der Erde, for alto (or baritone), tenor & orchestra
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This cycle of Mahler's symphonies plus his Das Lied von der Erde is the last will and recorded testament of Gary Bertini. Although the Moldavian-born, Israeli citizen Bertini lived another decade after most of these performances were recorded in the early '90s, he made very few other recordings and thus his posthumous reputation will be determined in large part by his way with Mahler. For Bertini, Mahler is lyrical but cool, dramatic but restrained, colorful but not garish, powerful but not bombastic, and, above all, ...

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