Here Stokowski is trying to make it more vital, though he only makes it more palatable at best. The Mahler's 2nd is still among my favorites along with Walter's '58 recording with New York. Where he lacks the drive and flamboyance in passages where most expect it, he places it elsewhere, like in the closing bars of the opening movement which I would argue is FAR from polite!
If everyone performed the same music in identical tempos and styles, then why bother to purchase more than one recording? These are performances that - in general -offer a fresh and vital look at these works in that specific point in time. Whether they are timeless or not is up to the listening public to decide. I would argue that they ARE!!! Hurwitz said in his review, but not with his conclusion: Buy it, it's fascinating stuff.
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