Long Yu / Shanghai Symphony Orchestra - Gustav Mahler - Ye Xiaogang: Song Of The Earth | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. I. Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde [Das Lied von der Erde]
2. II. Der Einsame im Herbst [Das Lied von der Erde]
3. III. Von der Jugend [Das Lied von der Erde]
4. IV. Von der Schönheit [Das Lied von der Erde]
5. V. Der Trunkene im Frühling [Das Lied von der Erde]
6. VI. Der Abschied
7. I. Tale of Sorrowful Song ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra, Op. 47]
8. II. Banquet at Tao Family's Pavilion ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra, Op. 47]
9. III. Imitation of Old Poem: Long Autumn Night ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra, Op. 47]
10. IV. Song of Pick Lotus ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra, Op. 47]
11. V. Feelings upon Awakening from Drunkenness on a Spring Day ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra, Op. 47
12. VI. Staying at Teacher's Mountain Retreat, Awaiting a Friend in Vain, Farewell ["The Song of the Earth" for Soprano, Baritone an

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Michelle DeYoung, Brian Jagde, Liping Zhang, Shenyang, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Long Yu - Mahler & Ye: The Song of the Earth - Centuries-old Chinese poetry is brought to life in a new recording from Long Yu and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. The album is their 2nd for Deutsche Grammophon and was recorded in Shanghai with soloists Michelle DeYoung, Brian Jagde, Liping Zhang, and Shenyang. It pairs Mahler's symphonic song-cycle Das Lied von der Erde, based on German translations of six ancient Chinese poems, with the world premiere recording of Xiaogang Ye's settings of the same texts in the original Mandarin.