Blumine
From Symphony No 1 removed second movement (between the first and second movement as we know Symphony No. 1 today). Blumine: 1889 ...
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History Symphony No. 1
Composed Year 1885 Year 1886 Year 1887 Year 1888 Performances by Gustav Mahler 1889 Concert Budapest 20-11-1889 - Symphony No ...
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Introduction Symphony No. 1
The Symphony No. 1 in D major by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was mainly composed between late 1887 and 03-1888, though ...
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Movement 1: Langsam, schleppend; Immer sehr gemachlich
Very restrained throughout, D major. The first movement is in modified sonata form, with a substantially slow introduction. The introduction ...
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Moving strongly, but not too quickly, restrained, a trio Ländler. The second movement is a modified minuet and trio. Mahler ...
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Movement 3: Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen
Solemnly and measured, without dragging, very simple, like a folk-tune, once again somewhat more agitated, as at the start. A ...
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Movement 4: Sturmisch bewegt
Energisch, Stormily agitated - Energetic. The fourth movement is by far the most involved, and expansive. It brings back several elements ...
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Orchestration Symphony No. 1
Woodwind 1 Bass clarinet Bb. Solo in Movement 1: Langsam, schleppend; Immer sehr gemachlich and Movement 3: Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen ...
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Titan
Johann Paul Friedrich Richter (1763-1825), who wrote under the pseudonym Jean Paul (1763-1825), is known to have been Mahler’s favorite author ...
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