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Catmando wrote:I wonder if that's Mahler himself, conducting, on the podium?
navneeth wrote:How many of you have attended a performance of this work?
hal 9000 wrote:navneeth wrote:How many of you have attended a performance of this work?
No one has ever seen a performance of this work because by the time they get the choir seated, there are no chairs remaining for the audience.
Shapley wrote:It would also be possible to record the orchestral work and the vocal parts seperately, and mix them together sound-on-sound.
not really. there's a reason it's never done in classical music. there are too many tempo changes. so the syncronization will suffer.
Made over six sessions between 28 December 1957 and 2 January 1958 and on two days in April 1958 in Jesus-Christus-Kirche in Dahlem,...
bignaf wrote:it's many more headphones for the 300 chorus members. also it stifles the conductor to have to follow rather than lead. he can't remember precisely how he did it with the orchestra. it works with Sinatra because they stay at the same tempo throughout (usually).
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