Simon Rattle conducts Mahler’s Ninth Symphony

The Berliner Philharmoniker and chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle perform Gustav Mahler’s Ninth Symphony. Many regard this work as a kind of musical harbinger of death – partly because Mahler died a year after its completion, but principally because the character of the symphony is determined by disintegration and dissolution. One reviewer wrote that the orchestra was “rarely to be heard as well-balanced and dedicated” as in this concert.

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Sir Simon Rattle

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