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Mahler: Symphony No. 2 [Abbado/Lucerne Festival Orchestra] Blu-ray Review

Claudio Abbado leads his hand-picked Lucerne Festival forces through an outstanding rendition of Mahler's celestial Second Symphony.

Mahler: Symphony 7 [Abbado/Lucerne Festival] Blu-ray Review

Claudio Abbado continues his Mahler wizardry with this luminescent performance of a less often heard Symphony No. 7, "Song of the Night." In every respect, a top flight video which captures the essence of this enigmatic work.

Mahler: Symphony No.4/Rückert-Lieder (Abbado): Blu-ray Review

This all-Mahler concert from the Lucerne Summer Festival, features the 5 Ruckert songs and Fourth Symphony. The expert orchestral leadership of Claudio Abbado coupled with the radiant vocalism of mezzo-soprano, Magdalena Kožená, make this a must-have concert Blu-Ray disc.

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