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Mahler Symphony No. 6

Mahler Symphony No. 6

“Tomáš Netopil illuminates the tragic in life, in jubilation and tenderness. Nobody can accuse the conductor of too little, too much or even wrong expression… In this recording, Netopil’s interpretation is very reminiscent of the recording by Mariss Jansons and the London Symphony Orchestra....

“Tomáš Netopil illuminates the tragic in life, in jubilation and tenderness. Nobody can accuse the conductor of too little, too much or even wrong expression… In this recording, Netopil’s interpretation is very reminiscent of the recording by Mariss Jansons and the London Symphony Orchestra. The performance comes across as very direct, very human and that’s what makes the symphony’s tragic moments so dramatic. It is pure joy and pure human suffering that we feel here. The excellent performance of the Essen Philharmonic…” [translated from German]

Remy Franck

 

https://www.pizzicato.lu/schlanke-ausdrucksvolle-sechste-mahler-mit-netopil-und-den-essener-philharmonikern/

 

 

 

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