Mahler: Kirill Kondrashin Conducts Mahler Symphony 6

Mahler SKU: 36001446
Mahler: Kirill Kondrashin Conducts Mahler Symphony 6

Mahler: Kirill Kondrashin Conducts Mahler Symphony 6

Mahler SKU: 36001446

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Title: Kirill Kondrashin Conducts Mahler Symphony 6
Artist: Mahler
Label: Swrmusic
UPC: 747313941681
Genre: Classical Artists

Kirill Kondrashin was one of the most prominent Russian conductors in the generation following Mravinsky. He was born in Moscow in 1914 into a family of musicians, studied at the Moscow conservatory under Boris Khaikin, went to Leningrad in 1936 to be the conductor of the Maly Theater and to the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow in 1943. At the same time, he was conducting various Russian concert orchestras. In 1956 he left the Bolshoi Theater to devote himself entirely to the concert podium. He became the preferred partner of such great soloists as Emil Gilels, Leonid Kogan, David Oistrach, Sviatoslav Richter, and Mstislav Rostropovich. Tully Potter called him "probably the best concert accompanist of the twentieth century." After Kondrashin's work had increasingly shifted out of the country, he emigrated to the Netherlands in 1978 and became permanent conductor of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra along with Bernard Haitink. From his home in Amsterdam, he kept up with his duties as guest conductor, including many at various West German radio stations. His concerts left a deep impression in Munich, and Kondrashin succeeded Rafael Kubelik as new Chief Conductor of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in 1982. Before he was able to take over his new position, however, Kondrashin died of a heart attach shortly after a concert in Amsterdam in March 1981.

1.1 I. Allegro Energico, Ma Non Troppo
1.2 II. Scherzo. Wuchtig
1.3 III. Andante Moderato
1.4 IV. Fianle. Allegro Moderato

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