Composed By – Mahler. Conductor – Leonard Bernstein. Liner Notes – Jack Diether. Orchestra – New York Philharmonic. Photography – Don Hunstein. Producer – John McClure. Matrix, Runout (On Label Side 1 and 4): ML 6245. Matrix, Runout (On Label side 2 and 3): ML 6246. Matrix, Runout (On Label Side 1): XSM 112370.
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This is especially true of the 7th symphony, which has baffled musicologists and conductors alike. Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, perhaps feeling the presence of Mahler himself-he too conducted this orchestra-imbue the symphony with passion, sarcasm, irony, triumph and chaos, letting contrasting emotional ideas flow into each other like meandering thoughts. The symphony is shaped like an arch, with the central scherzo being the most important. Bernstein creates a chamber music atmosphere in the inner three movements, thereby allowing the last movement to be an answer to the first.
COMPOSER: Gustav Mahler. PERFORMER: Leonard Bernstein New York Philharmonic. More from this artist.
Picture courtesy New York Philharmonic Archives. By the time Mahler premiered his Seventh Symphony, his reputation as a conductor well exceeded that of him as a composer. He had quit the Court Opera in the summer of 1907 and traveled to the US where he conducted his first performance (a much-vaunted Tristan & Isolde) at the Metropolitan Opera on January 1st 1908.
Composed By. Gustav Mahler.