℗ 2005 San Francisco Symphony
 

Mahler: Symphony No. 3 - Kindertotenlieder (Live)

Michelle DeYoung, San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas

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Grammy Award - Best Classical Album, 2004

"... the San Francisco Symphony plays superbly ..."
- The Guardian

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Symphony No. 3: Part I  
1
I. Kräftig, entschieden
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
36:16
Symphony No. 3: Part II  
2
II. Tempo di menuetto. Sehr mässig
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
10:10
3
III. Comodo. Scherzando. Ohne Hast
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
18:58
1
IV. Sehr langsam. Misterioso
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
10:25
2
V. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
4:24
3
VI. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
26:31
Kindertotenlieder  
4
Nun will die Sonn' so hell aufgeh'n
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
6:13
5
Nun seh' ich wohl
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
5:02
6
Wenn dein Mütterlein tritt zur Tür herein
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
4:54
7
Oft denk' ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
3:19
8
In diesem Wetter, in diesem Braus
Gustav Mahler; Michelle DeYoung; San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas
7:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    2:13:26
"... an outstanding contribution to the composer’s discography ... deserves rehearings to appreciate the attention the performers brought to the piece."
- Opera Today

"... Michelle DeYoung delivers (the Kindertotenlieder) with great imagination and drama ... it’s a splendid bonus from one of the best Mahler singers of the new generation who reflects all aspects of this great cycle with feeling and depth ... a fine recording of the Third well recorded and played ..."
- MusicWeb International

Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony recorded the entire cycle of Mahler symphonies between 2001 and 2009, winning seven Grammy Awards and lavish international praise along the way. This volume in the series, one of the Grammy winners, features mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung, the Women of the SFS Chorus, the Pacific Boychoir and the San Francisco Girls Chorus on DSD recordings from September 2002 (Symphony No. 3) and September 2001 (Kindertotenlieder).
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – San Francisco Symphony Studio Masters

Producer: Andreas Neubronner
Balance engineer: Peter Laenger
Tape operator: Rita Hermeyer
Editing, remixing and mastering: Andreas Neubronner
Technical assistance: Jack Vad
Art direction and design: Alan Trugman
Cover photo: Susan Schelling
Inside cover photo: Kristen Loken
Mahler photo: The Kaplan Foundation Collection, New York
Editorial: Larry Rothe
Publisher: Mahler Symphony No. 3, Critical Edition C.F. Kahnt

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