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Symphonie 1 : Daniel Harding Symph. 2 : Mariss Jansons (Merbeth, Fink) Symph.3 : Mariss Jansons (Fink) Symph.4 : Ivan Fischer (Fink) Symph.5 : Daniel Gatti Symph.6 : Lorin Maazel Symph.7 : Pierre Boulez Symph.8 : Mariss Jansons (Brewer, Nylund, Espada, Blythe.) Symph.9 : Bernard Haitink Symph.10 : Eliahu Inbal Le Chant de la Terre : Fabio Luisi (Larsson, Smith)
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No. 1 is given to Daniel Harding. The ambitious height-scaling music of the young Mahler is reflected in his interpretation, which brings out the youthful exuberance and ardour of the music.
No. 4 is given a slightly quirky reading by Fischer, who fashions a chamber-like texture, appropriate to this almost neo-classical piece.
No. 5 is under Gatti, who gives us an Italianate approach to Mahler, after the manner, perhaps, of Toscanini. We know the Italians love Mahler, as Giulini demonstrated.
No. 6 under Maazel's experienced direction, is perhaps not quite as fine as his Vienna Phil studio version, but nonetheless a fine achievement by a Mahlerian sadly no longer with us.
No. 7, the oddest of the cycle, is given a taught reading by Boulez, who makes a strong case for this "Cinderella" of the Mahler Symphonies.
No. 9, under the Orchestra's old chief, Haitink, is magnificent in concept and execution. His half-century of experience in this music makes for an incredibly moving interpretation.
No. 10 is an Inbal speciality, and he gives us a strong case for this realisation of Mahler's sketches. Again, a very moving reading.
No subtitles for the vocal sections, but otherwise, recommended VERY highly.
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Most of the reviews I've seen for this set seem to have been rushed out, and, because I have been guilty in the past of writing reviews after only one run-through, I have waited to do this one until I had listened to everything at least twice. Believe me - I grew fonder of several of these performances after a second audition. There's just too much in a Mahler symphony to assimilate critically in one sitting.
There seems to have been a considerable problem for some people to make these discs play in their bluray unit. I bought mine from Amazon usa, and had zero issues. All the cues and menus worked properly. I just have a three year old Panasonic basic region 1 bluray player with no software upgrades. This is such a significant release that, had my player not handled the discs, I would have shelled out $70 for another player that worked (maybe trial and error until I found one). After all, I've saved a bundle by paying only $8 a disc. That would be at least $250 savings for the whole set compared with the conventional labels.
Another complaint seems to be the lack of subtitles or even movement identification. I agree that this is unfortunate, but I would not be deterred by this omission. After all, what you're experiencing here are films of concert performances, and if you had attended the concerts, you wouldn't have gotten any visual aids there, either.I would have liked movement timings printed in the sleeves, though.
The playing on all these discs by the RCO is beyond reproach. The sound is beautifully caught, although the stereo mode is much flatter and not nearly as dynamic and visceral as the DTS MASTER AUDIO. You really need good surround sound for this set to show off its best.
The video is also excellent, always focusing on the particular instrument or section being highlighted at that point. The video is quite crisp except for symphonies #7 & 9, where a much more diffuse, softer focus is used. The lighting seems harsher, too. Looks to me like a different producer/director team was used for these two. Almost reminds me of aging news anchors on tv that were petrified of HD because of complexion "issues".
Now to the individual performances:-
#1) Harding puts down a very good, at times idiomatic first, lots of portamento, conducting with no baton. Very good shots of the duelling timpani at the end. Very enjoyable performance.
#2) Jansons' Resurrection is not as manic as some, but I thought beautifully controlled and integrated. Some interpretations can lose their way - this one really works its way towards a glorious finale. Maybe could have used a little larger choir.
#3) Jansons again, again holding together a very long and episodic symphony. I prefer a swifter Langsam, but his speed fits the whole traversal of this engaging work
#4) Fischer( whom I really like as a conductor) takes a highly personal view of the exquisite fourth, and this is one of the real winners here. Absolutely captivating.
#5) Gatti is known for his individualistic Mahler readings, and this is no exception. He's very generous with his tempo variations, and when he launched into the Adagietto, I thought I was in for a 7-8 minute lovesong, as opposed to the usual 10-13 minute dirge. But he stops to smell the roses in the middle of it and ends up over 9 minutes! Pity! The finale is very exciting.
#6) Maazel, never one of my favorites in Mahler, actually holds this one together very well, giving equal weight to the strings as to the winds. A bit broad, maybe, but he keeps the momentum going, and the hammer blows will elevate you from your seat.
#7) I generally like Boulez' Mahler, especially #2, because all the instrumental parts can be discerned easily. The second Nachtmusik is taken faster than is usual, and is the better for it. Other than the video quality, very good version.
#8) Jansons again; this one I liked much better on the second hearing when I could concentrate on the singers. I never once found my attention flagging, which can sometimes happen for me in the Part 2. There are two other notable eighths available - Chailly and Dudamel. I find myself liking this one best.
#9) Haitink is to me a bland conductor - very stolid and predictable, and I am familiar with prior versions of his M9. Nothing much has changed - no playful lilt in the Landler, and a too drawn-out Adagio. Video quality very poor, as noted above.
#10 I've owned the Inbal cd of the complete Cooke tenth for years, and it is a favorite. He does the famous upward glissando just before the end, unlike Rattle, for instance, who ignores it. Really involving performance - you'll definitely shed a tear or two in the last movement.
Das Lied von der Erde and Totenfeier. Luisi has a way with Mahler - I love his #1 - and he swoops into Das Lied with a vengeance. A very exciting performance, helped enormously by the always wonderful Anna Larsson (dwarfing everybody else)and Robert Dean Smith. Both work without librettos. Totenfier is the apprentice work for symphony #2, first movement, and it is interesting to note how the work grew up. I'd love to see a Luisi #2.
None of these performances are less than very good and a few are excellent. This set is a great deal, and well worth finding a bluray machine to play it on.
All discs work beautifully, with great picture and sound. Even with my modest stereo system
(no surround sound) the climaxes at the end of the 2nd symphony were beyond anything on
CD (one of the great performances of the set, by the way).
There is a warmth and dedication to Mahler throughout these performances that is quite special and makes
the set a must for all Mahler enthusiasts. The Concertgebouw also has a special meaning for me,
having heard a concert there some time ago, I can only say it is one of the most amazing acoustical
spaces in the world and I urge anyone who is going to Europe to make sure they hear the Royal
Concertgebouw Orchestra in their own hall. You not only hear the sound of the orchestra in a way
that is beyond words (a soft, warm glow barely suffices) but feel the vibrations through the floorboards.
During the investigation of its region code, I tend to believe this set is one universal set for all regions/markets. The item bar code on UK Amazon is same as on US Amazon. So they are not just region free, but exactly the same set. Some people reported playback problem, but with black screen instead of typical region error warning message. So I believe it's a blu-ray player compatible issue, but not region lock issue.
Audio and interpretation of conductor is very good , picture quality is fine too.