Orchestra

Gustav Mahler
Symphony Nr. 6

Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra
Gabriel Feltz


Catalog number 21045


“… a production with unleashed sound contrasts in the glittering brass, shrill woodwind tableaux and string madness. Symphonic art which touches the extremities of our existence, a terrible end to the tragedy, two death-blows with a hammer. Mahler’s Hitchcock-symphony in the Beethovensaal? Enthusiastic, emotional applause, repeated calls of bravo.”
Helmuth Fiedler, Stuttgarter Nachrichten

 

Richard Strauss -  Also sprach Zarathustra
György Ligeti - Atmosphères
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Jupiter-Sinfonie

 

Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra
Gabriel Feltz

Catalog number 21029

CD plus Bonus CD with DTS 5.1 recording


“One of the finest surround recordings we have ever heard!“
David Griesinger

A co-production with Radio Bremen

 

Richard Strauss. Eine Alpensinfonie
Mikolajus Konstantinas Ciurlionis. Im Wald

 

Catalog number 21027

Philharmonic Orchestra Altenburg - Gera
Gera
Gabriel Feltz

 

Sergej Rachmaninoff: Die Totensinsel & Der Fels
Alexandre Skrjabin: Prométhée Le poème du feu

Andreas Boyde, Klavier
Stuttgarter Philharmoniker
Philharmonia Chor Stuttgart
Gabriel Feltz

SACD, stereo & multichannel (Hybrid)

Catalog number: 21035
 

Bronius Kutavicius
The Gates of Jerusalem

St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra/ Aidija Chamber Choir/ Donatas Katkus

Catalog number 21003

In this work the Lithuanian composer Bronius Kutavicius, sometimes ironically called the “last pagan composer”, presents a geographical panorama of religious rites from various parts of the world, taking as his starting point the cultural influences on the city of Jerusalem, which has three city gates on each of its four sides.

“Bronius Kutavicius is gradually winning a group of fans in the centre of Europe.”
Martin Demmler in FonoForum:

“The artistic interpretation of these “echoes of the ancient world cultures” by the St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra and the Aidija Chamber Choir from Vilnius has a high degree of authenticity.”
Lutz Lesle in NEUE ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR MUSIK

 
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