Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor / Netopil, Essen Philharmonic

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Gustav Mahler described his Third Symphony as ‘a work in which the whole world is indeed reflected’, a claim supported by its large, six-movement structure and the use of huge orchestral and choral forces, plus a part for alto solo. The first performance of the symphony took place on 9 June 1902 in Krefeld under Mahler’s direction. This is the third recording of a Mahler symphony by the Essen Philharmonic Orchestra under conductor Tomáš Netopil. They are joined here by Bettina Ranch (alto), the Aalto Children’s Choir, the ladies of the Essen Philharmonic Choir and the children’s choir of the Deutsche Oper Berlin.



Product Description:


  • Release Date: June 16, 2023


  • Catalog Number: OC 1718


  • UPC: 4260330917188


  • Label: Oehms Classics


  • Number of Discs: 2


  • Period: Late Romantic


  • Composer: Gustav Mahler


  • Conductor: Tomáš Netopil


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: Essen Philharmonic; Women of the Essen Philharmonic Choir, Aalto Children's Choir, Berlin Deutsche Opera Children's Choir


  • Performer: Bettina Ranch



Works:


  1. Symphony No. 3

    Composer: Gustav Mahler

    Ensemble: Essen Philharmonic; Women of the Essen Philharmonic Choir, Aalto Children's Choir, Berlin Deutsche Opera Children's Choir

    Performer: Bettina Ranch (Mezzo-Soprano)

    Conductor: Tomáš Netopil