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Recent Recordings

Mahler: Symphony No. 5

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Mahler’s Fifth Symphony is a pivotal work both with respect to the composer’s life and career. As with Beethoven’s path-breaking “Eroica” Symphony, this piece seems to strike out in new directions and initiates a “middle” period and new musical concerns. As with Beethoven’s personal crisis around 1802, when he first began to come to terms with his hearing loss, Mahler, too, experienced both trauma and a new state of personal affairs around the time he wrote the Fifth Symphony.

Berlioz: Romeo & Juliet

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The newest addition to our online catalog is a recording of Berlioz's Romeo and Juliet led by Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit and featuring mezzo-soprano Ruxandra Donose, tenor Gregory Kunde, baritone David Wilson-Johnson, and the Philadelphia Singers Chorale.

Prokofiev: Symphony No. 4 in C Major, Op. 112

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The Orchestra is led by one of its preferred guest conductors, the rising international star Vladimir Jurowski, in his debut recording of the piece. It is Jurowski’s first released recording with this orchestra -- a notable occasion for Philadelphia Orchestra followers.

For fans as well as casual listeners, this will surely be a must-have. Apart from the inspired interpretation and immaculate sound of the ensemble, it is documentation of the unfolding of a synergistic connection between conductor and ensemble.

Strauss: An Alpine Symphony

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The epic Strauss tone poem has only been recorded once before by the Orchestra, and there is no previous release by Charles Dutoit with another group.

In this performance from 2008 Maestro Dutoit displays his incredible tonal and phrase shaping, leading the listener on a mesmerizing journey through the alternatively dense and delicate passages depicting an alpine ascent and descent. The excitement and energy from the Orchestra is palpable even on disc.

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