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Diverse: Gustav Mahler – The Conductors’ Interviews

  • Komponist: Diverse
  • Herausgeber: Wolfgang Schaufler
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis:
    Reinhold Kubik: “The company does its work in grand style”
    Claudio Abbado: “Mahler is the bridge to the modern art”
    Daniel Barenboim: “I began to conduct Mahler out of spite”
    Herbert Blomstedt: “Mahler must have been a great man”
    Pierre Boulez: One cannot refer to the biography to explain the music”
    Riccardo Chailly: “Mahler's ‘First’ was the great emotion of my youth”
    Christoph von Dohnányi: “Mahler composed inwardly"
    Gustavo Dudamel: “Wow, Mahler!“
    Christoph Eschenbach: “Mahler is certainly the greatest symphonist ever”
    Daniele Gatti: “Mahler should be performed simply and humbly”
    Valery Gergiev: “Mahler's ‘Seventh’ made me sleepless”
    Michael Gielen: “Bernstein turned Mahler into kitsch”
    Alan Gilbert: “In New York he was kind of giving up”
    Bernard Haitink: “I always found Mahler alarming“
    Manfred Honeck: “The rubato is essential when conducting Mahler”
    Mariss Jansons: “With Mahler you have to give everything”
    Lorin Maazel: “I would never have asked him anything“
    Zubin Mehta: “I would love to ask him a thousand questions“
    Ingo Metzmacher: “Mahler is my point of reference“
    Kent Nagano: “Mahler was a pioneer - not only a radical“
    Andris Nelsons: “Mahler wanted to show the world: I have a problem!”
    Jonathan Nott: “Frozen for eternity in death”
    Sakari Oramo: “Mahler controls chaos”
    Sir Antonio Pappano: “Mahler wanted to live, that's the whole point!”
    Josep Pons: “Mahler is more contemporary now than in 1910”
    Sir Simon Rattle: “Mahler is the reason why I'm a conductor today”
    Esa-Pekka Salonen: “Mahler embraced everything that exists”
    Michael Tilson Thomas: “Jump! Cut! Bang!”
    Franz Welser-Möst: “Mahler was like an earthquake for me”
    David Zinman: “Mahler is a universe in itself”
    Conductor's biographies
    Gustav Mahler – short biography
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Diverse: Gustav Mahler. The Conductors' Interviews  | UE26311

  • Ausgabeart: Buch
  • Sprachen: Englisch
  • Ausgabe: Englische Ausgabe. Die deutsche Ausgabe ist erhältlich als UE26310
  • Ausgabeinfo: Die Illustrationen stammen von Peter M. Hoffmann
  • Format: 17.0 × 24.0 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7162-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08493-5
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Beschreibung

Gustav Mahler galt als größter Operndirigent seiner Zeit. Man kann sogar behaupten, dass er der erste transkontinentale Dirigentenstar war. Als Komponist aber war er bis in die 1960er-Jahre ein Fall für Spezialisten und weit davon entfernt, zum Repertoire zu gehören. Heute macht Mahler mit seinen hohen Aufführungszahlen Ludwig van Beethoven den Rang als erfolgreichster Symphoniker streitig. Was ist da passiert? Dieses Buch sucht anhand von Interviews mit den großen Mahler-Dirigenten unserer Tage nach Antworten. Zur Sprache kommt, wie Mahler in den unterschiedlichsten Ländern sein Publikum gefunden hat und wie seine Ästhetik nach und nach als Ausdruck der Befindlichkeit des modernen Menschen, seiner Sehnsüchte und Hoffnungen, verstanden wird.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Reinhold Kubik: “The company does its work in grand style”
  • Claudio Abbado: “Mahler is the bridge to the modern art”
  • Daniel Barenboim: “I began to conduct Mahler out of spite”
  • Herbert Blomstedt: “Mahler must have been a great man”
  • Pierre Boulez: One cannot refer to the biography to explain the music”
  • Riccardo Chailly: “Mahler's ‘First’ was the great emotion of my youth”
  • Christoph von Dohnányi: “Mahler composed inwardly"
  • Gustavo Dudamel: “Wow, Mahler!“
  • Christoph Eschenbach: “Mahler is certainly the greatest symphonist ever”
  • Daniele Gatti: “Mahler should be performed simply and humbly”
  • Valery Gergiev: “Mahler's ‘Seventh’ made me sleepless”
  • Michael Gielen: “Bernstein turned Mahler into kitsch”
  • Alan Gilbert: “In New York he was kind of giving up”
  • Bernard Haitink: “I always found Mahler alarming“
  • Manfred Honeck: “The rubato is essential when conducting Mahler”
  • Mariss Jansons: “With Mahler you have to give everything”
  • Lorin Maazel: “I would never have asked him anything“
  • Zubin Mehta: “I would love to ask him a thousand questions“
  • Ingo Metzmacher: “Mahler is my point of reference“
  • Kent Nagano: “Mahler was a pioneer - not only a radical“
  • Andris Nelsons: “Mahler wanted to show the world: I have a problem!”
  • Jonathan Nott: “Frozen for eternity in death”
  • Sakari Oramo: “Mahler controls chaos”
  • Sir Antonio Pappano: “Mahler wanted to live, that's the whole point!”
  • Josep Pons: “Mahler is more contemporary now than in 1910”
  • Sir Simon Rattle: “Mahler is the reason why I'm a conductor today”
  • Esa-Pekka Salonen: “Mahler embraced everything that exists”
  • Michael Tilson Thomas: “Jump! Cut! Bang!”
  • Franz Welser-Möst: “Mahler was like an earthquake for me”
  • David Zinman: “Mahler is a universe in itself”
  • Conductor's biographies
  • Gustav Mahler – short biography

Pressestimmen

(…) Lettura interessante e stimolante (…) si tratta di una pubblicazione che, pur restando al di qua di una trattazione strettamente tecnica, risulta di estremo interesse sia per il lettore specialista che per il semplice appassionato, che si voglia arricchire la propria conoscenza della figura di Mahler o quella dei direttori d'orchestra del nostro tempo. Musica+, Nr. 39 Jänner-März 2015, S. 46 (Marcello Bufalini)

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