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5th Symphony, 4th Movement by Gustav Mahler

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The fourth movement is arguably Mahler’s most famous single piece of music, and is the most frequently performed extract from Mahler’s works. It is perhaps best known for its use in the 1971 Luchino Visconti film Death in Venice. However, it was frequently performed on its own before then, chiefly because in the early 20th century music programmers did not believe whole Mahler symphonies would be acceptable to audiences. Indeed, the British premiere of the entire Fifth Symphony came thirty-six years after the Adagietto alone had been introduced; that performance of the Adagietto was conducted by Henry Wood at a Proms concert in 1909.

It was written as Mahler’s love song to Alma. According to her letter to Willem Mengelberg, Mahler left a small poem: “Wie ich dich liebe, Du meine Sonne, ich kann mit Worten Dir’s nicht sagen. Nur meine Sehnsucht kann ich Dir klagen und meine Liebe. (How much I love you, you my sun, I cannot tell you that with words. I can only lament to you my longing and love)

(Source: Wikipedia)

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dailyclassicalmusic:

Composer: Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911)

Work: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen from Sieben Lieder aus letzter Zeit (1901)

Performer: Brigitte Fassbaender, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; conducted by Riccardo Chailly

25 July 2014     11:34 pm     109 notes

dailyclassicalmusic:

Composer: Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911)

Work: Poco adagio from Symphony No. 8 “Symphony of a thousand” (1906)

Performer: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; conducted by Bernard Haitink

25 July 2014     5:20 am     200 notes

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