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  • Interprète: Mahler
  • Compositeur: Mahler
  • CD (1 septembre 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Bridge Records
  • ASIN : B000003GIR
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HASH(0x90e760cc) étoiles sur 5 Great listen 1 mai 2005
Par medds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Tiboris's recording of Beethoven 9 with Mahler's "Retuschen" is a joy to listen to. I find it among the most satisfying recordings I know, especially in the finale. Not all of the details of the performance are consistent with the established research on Mahler's performing scores, and so it becomes difficult to sort out what changes are Mahler's, versus those of others who have used the score. Nevertheless, this recording makes the changes readily audible.

Particular changes of note:

* Horns 5 & 6 double the bassons about 30 seconds into the scherzo.

* The re-written opening of the finale, incorporating the expanded brass section and filling in notes unavailable to Beethoven's natural brass instruments.

* The sequential entrances of woodwinds and brass during the first "Ode to Joy" theme, and the extensive re-orchestration of the section that immediately follows.
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HASH(0x90e76120) étoiles sur 5 The most moving... 17 novembre 2000
Par Eugene Reilly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have both the Mahler edition of Beethovens 9th and two of Beethovens piece (each with a different conductor), and by far, the Mahler edition is the most moving and fantastic of the three. If you have Beethoven's 9th already, you must have the Mahler edition. I won't lecture on the differences/improvements Mahler made, though I must proclaim that this is the greatest of music I have heard in a long time.
HASH(0x90e76558) étoiles sur 5 Mahler's view of Beethoven 5 novembre 2012
Par Jack Early - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Mahler's revisions and additions are less obtrusive than one might expect, clarifying Beethoven's intentions as he saw them rather than "correcting" or "interpreting" them. Highly recommended as a second Ninth. My favorite is the first Weingartner recording, even though it's a 1926 recording and sung in English.
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HASH(0x90e76540) étoiles sur 5 Mahler Lives, Ludwig Van Flops 13 août 2008
Par jerry i h - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
OK, you have read Gustav Mahler, Vol. 2: Vienna: The Years of Challenge, 1897-1904. You have read that M 'improved' THE 9th symphony, and that it was met with acclaim and derision. You have assumed that it has been lost to eternity and that there is no way in h*ll you will ever hear it.

WRONG. The orchestral parts survived, and this performance is based, hopefully, at least in part on Mahler's originals.

To my dilettante ears, there is only one noticeable change over the standard performance. M doubled the woodwinds in the middle part of the scherzo with french horns. Well, LA-DE-DA. I have any number of obscure, commercial recordings of the 9th from the 50's and 60's where they do this exact same thing. Now I know where they got this idea from. Far from being obscure and forgotten, M's 'innovations' were understood and widely adopted.

OK, that is the good news.
The BAD news is that this performance is boring, lacklustre, and uninteresting, to be charitable about the matter. Worse, the recording engineers added way too much artificial reverb. At times, especially the choral bits, sounds like they are performing from the bottom of a beer can.
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HASH(0x90e76a08) étoiles sur 5 Norrington, eat your heart out! 9 mars 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This version brings several questions to mind. What if Beethoven had not gone deaf before the first performance of his Ninth Symphony? What if Beethoven had Mahler's orchestra? Hopefully, this CD will attempt to answer that.
Also, I have never been convinced by these so-called "period" recordings, where the conductors try to perform an "authentic" performance of this symphony. I find them too out-of-sync, if not out-of-date. Orchestras have changed since then, and so have concert halls. So I believe there is no such thing as an authentic performance. It's just how you look at it. I personally can't tell much difference in instrumentation, with the exception of the piano and timpani, which I think sound richer today. Beethoven might have had a different opinion if he had modern instruments.
And finally, by all means, don't accept this CD as a substitute for the original version. I would recommend supplementing it with the 1961 recording by George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra (Sony #46533).
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