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克勞迪奧·阿巴多(Claudio Abbado) - Mahler: Symphony No.3 音樂會

 
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Abbado has a special connection with the Mahler symphonies and has
 been acclaimed for his performances of them. He has also set new 
standards with his Lucerne Festival Orchestra, for which he hand-picked
 first-rate soloists from orchestras all over Europe. We reviewed the
 aggregation’s DVD of the Mahler Seventh, which was videotaped back 
in 2005. 
 
This time we have the Mahler Third in exceptional Blu-ray imagery plus
 uncompressed 5.1 PCM surround sound. (The value of having the Third in
 surround was established by Vanguard’s original 4-channel Mahler 
recordings on tape with the Utah Symphony, which started with the 
Mahler Third.) The Lucerne concert hall is gorgeous and and conducive 
to the best presentation of the work, especially with the women’s and
 children’s choirs arraying up and behind the orchestra. This videotaping 
was made during the Summer of 2007 Festival, and the shots and cutting 
are exemplary. 
 
This was the fifth time the various top musicians were meeting to perform
 in Lucerne.  They included such familiar names as clarinetist Sabine Meyer
 and cellist Natalia Gutman. Abbado gives his players the freedom to do 
their utmost and to listen closely to one another. His Mahler is precisely
 calculated but also intuitively felt. He isn’t as ecstaticallly emotional
 as Bernstein’s followers, but neither is he as dry as, say, Boulez. The
 final movement of the work is even more dramatic than that of the fine
 San Francisco Symphony SACD conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas, and the 
sonics a bit more focused.  The “O Mensch!” and her other vocal parts 
are beautifully delivered by contralto Larsson, and the choruses are
 thrilling in their portions. The dynamic range is extreme - as good as
 the best SACD. Be careful in selection of the on-screen audio options - it
 appears at first the Blu-ray is only 2.0 PCM, but if you select “PCM2”
 you get the uncompressed 5.1 PCM audio. (It is correctly identified on 
the box but I failed to see that.)

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