Author Topic: Remastered H. Rogner/R.S.O. Berlin M3/M6 being issued on Berlin Classics/Eterna  (Read 299 times)

Offline barryguerrero

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This three disc set is being released in Japan. I think it's doubtful that Naxos U.S.A. will distribute it here, but you never know with them. This would be of great interest to me - much more so than the Rosbaud stuff (I like Rosbaud better in Schoenberg, Stravinsky and Sibelius). Rogner's M3 was released in the U.S., and I think it might still be up on Spotify (not positive). It's very good. I believe his M6 would be new to the U.S. Anyway,    .     .      .     https://www.hmv.co.jp/en/artist_Mahler-1860-1911_000000000019272/item_Symphonies-Nos-3-6-Heinz-Rogner-Berlin-Radio-Symphony-Orchestra-3CD_12216897

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Offline John Kim

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I have the Rogner M3rd which is really excellent. The M6th is very good too, weighty and grim.

John

Offline John Kim

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Here is Rogner M6th I.

https://youtu.be/KahCK1C9aOw

Offline Last_Evolution

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If you like historical performances, there's rare M6 Goldschmidt with BBC SO:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CnpuvQoeas
 

Offline barryguerrero

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I like Rogner's conducting of M6/I. He makes a strong contrast between the opening march and the second subject ("Alma" theme). However, his cowbells are almost non-existent. Then again, the Youtube presentation was taken from a vinyl LP. That might or might not make a difference.

 

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