Sibelius Symphony N° 7 LIVE Brahms Symphony N° 4 LIVE Mravinsky LPSO FLAC

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Name:Sibelius Symphony N° 7 LIVE Brahms Symphony N° 4 LIVE Mravinsky LPSO FLAC

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 Evgeni Mravinsky - Sibelius - Brahms.log

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 Sibelius Symphony N 7 - Brahms Symphony N 4 - LIVE Recordings - Evgeni Mravinsky - LPSO - FLAC.txt

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 Evgeni Mravinsky - Sibelius - Brahms.cue

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 05 - Brahms - Symphony N 4 - IV Allegro energico e passionato.flac

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 04 - Brahms - Symphony N 4 - III Allegro giocoso.flac

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 03 - Brahms - Symphony N 4 - II Andante moderato.flac

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 02 - Brahms - Symphony N 4 - I Allegro non troppo.flac

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 01 - Sibelius - Symphony N 7.flac

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Jean SIBELIUS (1865-1957) Symphony N° 7 in C major opus 105 - LIVE
Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Symphony N° 4 in E minor opus 98 - LIVE

Evgeni Mravinsky conducts the Leningrad Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra

Melodiya JVC VDC-1117 (Made in Japan in 1986)

SIBELIUS - February 23, 1965 live at the Large Hall of the Moscow Conservatory - Recording engineer A. Grossman
BRAHMS - April 28, 1973 live at Leningrad Philharmony Large Hall - Recording engineer G. Tches

01 - Sibelius - Symphony N° 7 20:11
02 - Brahms - Symphony N° 4 - I Allegro non troppo 12:28
03 - Brahms - Symphony N° 4 - II Andante moderato 10:07
04 - Brahms - Symphony N° 4 - III Allegro giocoso 06:07
05 - Brahms - Symphony N° 4 - IV Allegro energico e passionato 10:11

TT : 59:18 (from EAC, gaps included)
\"This performance attains a power and intensity second to none, not even Koussevitzky. Yes, the trombone plays with a great deal of vibrato, but what of it? That\'s the way Russian brass plays, and I think we can be sure that if Mravinsky hadn\'t wanted it, it wouldn\'t be there. Listen to the strings in the last section: has ANYONE ever generated such weight of tone, such molten expression in the service of this music? For me, this is the Desert Island version, untouched and (probably) untouchable.\"
\"the brazen indomitableness of Mravinsky\'s Seventh (BMG-Melodiya, Moscow, 1965)\"
\"The Sibelius Symphony No 7 is a live recording from the Grand Hall, Moscow Conservatoire, February 1965. A performance crackling with tension and crowned by a trombone section whose fruity Russian vibrato may prove a problem for some but which for me catches the magnificence of this epic score. The trombone here rises triumphantly from its accustomed role as bragging school bully to bardic alumnus. (...) This recording gives me that frisson which is the usual signal for a very special piece of music in a performance to match. After hearing this performance all the others seem too smooth and refined. The magnificence of Sibelius emerges from a primitive Northern magic and it is that wild primeval quality which Mravinsky projects with electric intensity.\"
\"The Sibelius rises out of a single piece of granite and dissipates its solidity of mass to achieve a grainy, ethereal melodic nimbus, like the rings of Saturn, and just as detached. The cold objectivity Mravinsky elicits could be Karajan, except that Mravinsky tolerates the rough edges.\"


The symphony was recorded Live and it was also filmed :

I don\'t think any review will do better than this.

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Extracted with Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
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CUE file made for WAV
Converted with dBpowerAMP to FLAC Quality 8 (longest conversion => best compression)
FYI, I am not converting directly to FLAC in EAC because I prefer to keep the WAVs for a while.

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