Richard Strauss wrote his Alpine Symphony in 1915, inspired by the death of his friend Gustav Mahler. This is a huge work, requiring an orchestra of 125 people, and is monumentally difficult as well. This podcast looks at a new recording of the piece with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marek Janowski.
Catalogue No.: Pentatone PTC5186339
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