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Sir George Solti, Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Yvonne Minton.
Overall I would rate this an excellent recording, wonderfully played and recorded. In addition, it’s far more accurate than either Bernstein reading and has more inner life than the recent version from Berlin under Simon Rattle (EMI). Solti ended his Mahler recording career with a winner.
Adagietto F dur, spevné, iba s harfou a sláčikmi poslúžilo v roku 1971 režisérovi Lucchinovi Viscontimu ako titulná hudba k filmu Smrť v Benátkach podľa rovnomennej novely Thomasa manna. — Dejiny Hudby V NH
This recording of Mahler 5 is one of the best I have ever heard. The intesity from beginnig to end is one of the most impressive parts about this performace. The other is the CSO brass section. Being a brass player myself, there is no comparison. Its a thrill to hear the principal trumpet and horn players (Adolph Herseth and Dale Clevenger) play the pants off their parts. The rest of the CSO plays with their typical flair and power, with the dark strings adding a lot to the atmosphere of the Trauermarch. The only downside to this disc is the Adagietto. This movement sounds forced and not as heartfelt as some of the other great recordings. It also takes away from the overall drive of the symphony, which is promptly resumed during the rondo-finale. Overall, I would recomend this disc to every brass player and put it right up there with Bernstein’s classic and Abbado’s live performance with Berlin.