In the wake of its first performance under his own direction in March 1904, Strauss struck a self-satisfied note: “Domestica has turned out a success, it sounds great, but it’s very difficult.” The extreme technical demands and the large resources required – the intimate details of the composer’s private life are translated into a monumental tone poem in his Sinfonia domestica. The Munich Philharmonic performs this opulent late-Romantic score in the Isarphilharmonie in Munich under its conductor emeritus, Zubin Mehta. For all digital releases we are now using the latest Dolby Atmos technology, which gives an immersive audio experience which is true to the original acoustic of the concert hall where the performance happened.
RECORDING: Munich, Isarphilharmonie, 11 & 12 November 2021 PRODUCER: Johannes Müller BALANCE ENGINEER: Ephraim Hahn EDITING ENGINEER: Christian Starke MASTERING ENGINEER: Christoph Stickel EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Münchner Philharmoniker
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