Recordings discussed in this review
Mahler, Symphony No 2 “Resurrection,” LFO, Claudio Abbado, EuroArts, DVD
Mahler, Symphony No 4 and Alban Berg “Seven Early Songs,” Renée Fleming, BPO, Claudio Abbado, DG, CD
Mahler, Symphony No 5, LFO, Claudio Abbado, EuroArts, DVD; Mahler, Symphony No 6, BPO, Claudio Abbado, DG, CD
Frank Scheffer, Conducting Mahler and I Have Lost Touch with the World, Juxtapositions, DVD
DVDs have begun to play an increasingly significant role within the classical recording industry. EMI’s recording of Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, released this summer, is almost certain to be the company’s last operatic studio recording.…
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