Mahler Sinfonia No.2, conduzida por Simon Rattle – 04:03 Esta é a parte FINAL.

No último video deste post, veja esta parte final conduzida por Bernstein, igualmente maravilhosa, maravilhosa.

Eis o texto desta parte coral (em inglês):

 

 

On wings that I have won for myself
I shall soar a loft
I shall die so that I may live
My heart, you will rise again
in the twinkling of an eye!
What you have fought for
Will lead you to God!
 
 
No post anterior tem também um texto, em inglês, sobre esta obra. Mais do que isso, encontra neste blog em português:

P. Q. P. Bach

o qual acabei, felizmente, de descobrir, ao procurar informação sobre a origem do texto cantado na ”Ressurreição”. Visitando o seguinte post Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) – Sinfonia Nº 2 “Ressurreição” pode ”baixar” esta mesma gravação (Birmingham Symphony Orchestra com Arleen Auger, Dame Janet Baker, dirigida por Simon Rattle)

 

 

 

O começo da Sinfonia
Mahler 2nd – 1st Mvmt Part I – Simon Rattle/CBSO

07:59

This breathtaking performance of Mahler’s 2nd Symphony (‘Resurrection’) was Sir Simon Rattle’s farewell concert with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra which he led for 18 This breathtaking performance of Mahler’s 2nd Symphony (‘Resurrection’) was Sir Simon Rattle‘s farewell concert with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra which he led for 18 years.
From August 30, 1998
Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England


Mahler 2nd – 1st Mvmt Part II – Simon Rattle/CBSO

07:13


Mahler 2nd – 1st Mvmt Ending – Simon Rattle/CBSO

07:45

Mahler 2nd – Urlicht – Simon Rattle/CBSO
05:05

 

Gustav Mahler Symphony no.2 “Resurrection” movement 5 part 1 conduzida por Claudio Abbado
09:58

Gustav Mahler Symphony no.2 “Resurrection” movement 5 part 2
09:58

 


Gustav Mahler Symphony no.2 “Resurrection” movement 5 part 3

09:54

 


Gustav Mahler Symphony no.2 “Resurrection” movement 5 part 4

04:49

 

 

 

E de novo o final, conduzido por Bernstein:

Bernstein conducting Mahler’s 2nd (ending)
04:08

Any performance of Mahler’s 2nd is tremendous and breathtaking but for a particularly emotional experience try Bernstein’s 1963 recording with the New York Philharmonic, Lee Venora and Jennie Tourel at the Manhatten Center in NYC. Oh my, tears…..