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Mahler: Symphony No. 6 (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016077
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
Mahler: Symphony No. 7 (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016078
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
Mahler: Symphony No. 8 (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016079
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
Mahler: Symphony No. 9 (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016080
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde & Adagio from Symphony No. 10 (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016081
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
Mahler: Das Klagende Lied & Rückert-Lieder (180g Vinyl 2LP)
SKU: 016082
 
Individual Mahler symphonies are now available on vinyl for the first time, and exclusively through the San Francisco Symphony Online Store.
 
"The discs, originally recorded in DSD and released on hybrid-stereo and (tasteful, even convincing) multichannel SACDs, were generally excellent sounding, with a rich tonality, wide and deep soundstaging,
 
and terrific dynamic scaling and extended range. Not only have these qualities translated beautifully to vinyl, they actually, perhaps even surprisingly, sound better than ever."
-Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound
 
- Quantities are extremely limited
- 180g vinyl LPs, housed in gatefold jackets
- All albums are unshrinkwrapped, as they have never been sold individually
- Originally recorded to DSD, remastered at 96k/24bit
 
Recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall during the concerts on September 29 - October 3, 2004, Mahler's last completed symphony covers territory from the amiable Austrian pastoral to the fury of its "Burleske" to the uninhibited baring, in the finale, of the unprotected heart.
 
Michael Tilson Thomas has distinguished himself as one of the world's foremost Mahler interpreters, and through his signature performances, as one of the composer's most compelling advocates. In 1974, at the age of 29, he made his SFS debut conducting Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
 
Track list:
LP 1 Total Length: 47:08
Side 1: Movement 1 — Andante comodo 
Side 2: Movement 2 — Im Tempo 

LP 2 Total Length: 35:19
Side 1: Movement 3 — Rondo Burleske
Side 2: Movement 4 — Adagio
Our price: $34.98
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