Browse: Mahler - Symphony No. 1 in D major 'Titan'
This page lists all recordings of Symphony No. 1 in D major 'Titan' by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911).
Düsseldorfer Symphoniker, Ádám Fischer
It’s the most lightly, as in ineffably, characterised Mahler One I’ve heard since Kubelík’s. Everything flows, moves forward without rush…And when he needs to, Fischer pulls out the stops – a... — More…
Arleen Augér (soprano - Symphony No. 2), Dame Janet Baker (mezzo -Symphony No. 2), Birgit Remmert (contralto - Symphony No. 3), Amanda Roocroft (soprano - Symphony No. 4), Christine Brewer (soprano), Soile Isokoski (soprano), Juliane Banse (mezzo-soprano), Birgit Remmert (mezzo-soprano), Jane Henschel...
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer
Eloquence in all departments was to be expected from Ivan Fischer and his hyper-alert Hungarians...What I hadn't anticipated was the risk-taking with a couple of crucial tempos. Fischer's orchestra... — More…
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Rafael Kubelik
Rafael Kubelík is essentially a poetic conductor and he gets more poetry out of this symphony than almost any other conductor who has recorded it. Although he takes the repeat of the first movement's... — More…
Janet Baker (mezzo), James King (tenor), Heather Harper (soprano), Norma Procter (contralto), Werner Hollweg (tenor), John Shirley-Quirk (bass), Jessye Norman (soprano), Hermann Prey (bass-baritone)
Concertgebouw Orchestra, Bernard Haitink
12 CDs + Blu-ray Audio
Eteri Gvazava (soprano - No. 2), Anna Larsson (contralto - Nos. 2 & 3), Renée Fleming (soprano - No. 4), Cheryl Studer, Sylvia McNair, Andrea Rost (sopranos - No. 8), Anne Sofie von Otter, Rosemarie Lang (mezzos - No. 8), Peter Seiffert (tenor - No. 8), Bryn Terfel & Jan-Hendrik Rootering...
Christine Schäfer (soprano)
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Christoph Eschenbach
[Schäfer's] performances exude the sense of discovery of a wide range in individual emotions that runs through these songs; her tonal qualities are admirable and she is excellently balanced with... — More…
Symphony No. 2: Lee Venora (soprano), Jennie Tourel (mezzo), Symphony No. 3: Martha Lipton (mezzo), Symphony No. 4: Reri Grist (soprano), Symphony No. 8: Erna Spoorenberg (Magna Peccatrix), Gwyneth Jones (Una Poenitentium), Gwenyth Annear (Mater Gloriosa), Anna Reynolds (Mulier Samaritana), Norma...
New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra & Westminster Choir, Bruno Walter
Rhetoric and searing drama charge the first movement with unprecedented levels of intensity...As to the closing minutes, no performance in my experience quite equals them for a sense of unbridled... — More…