Daniel Barenboim & Staatskapelle Berlin
Symphony No. 9 D Major by Gustav Mahler
Director: Andreas Morell
Distributor: C Major Entertainment
16:9 shot in 1080i HDTV | stereo & 5.1 surround sound
© 2009, approx. 60 min., a BFMI production for Unitel
in cooperation with Classica
From the Ber­liner Phil­har­monie Festtage 2009:
Staat­skapelle Ber­lin un­der the bat­on of Daniel Bar­en­boim
Con­cert re­cord­ing from Sun 5. April 2009

Gust­av Mahler
Sym­phony No. 9
Mahler wrote his Sym­phony No. 9 in 1908/09 and it is con­sidered as a piece which ex­presses Ro­man­ti­cism in per­fec­tion and builds the bridge to mod­ern­ity.

Just one cen­tury later, Daniel Bar­en­boim, a spe­cial­ist in ro­mantic mu­sic rep­er­toire and the tra­di­tion-rich Staat­skapelle Ber­lin crest the sum­mit of Mahler’s sym­phon­ic oeuvre.