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Classical CDs Weekly: Mahler, Schubert, Stravinsky | reviews, news & interviews

Classical CDs Weekly: Mahler, Schubert, Stravinsky

Classical CDs Weekly: Mahler, Schubert, Stravinsky

With Gál and Poulenc thrown in: this week it's all about kindred spirits

Thomas Zehetmair lays down his fiddle to conduct kindred spirits Schubert and GálDan Brady

A 20th-century Austrian symphony receives a memorable first recording, coupled with a witty, rarely played slice of Schubert. Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony is heard in a powerful reading recorded in the Royal Festival Hall. And we’ve an intelligent, logical coupling of two ballets commissioned by Diaghilev.

A 20th-century Austrian symphony receives a memorable first recording, coupled with a witty, rarely played slice of Schubert. Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony is heard in a powerful reading recorded in the Royal Festival Hall. And we’ve an intelligent, logical coupling of two ballets commissioned by Diaghilev.

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