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Gustav Mahler

July 7, 1860 - May 18, 1911
born in Kalischt, Czech Republic, composed during the Romantic period
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was a composer and conductor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries whose career was centered largely in Vienna. A youthful supporter of Wagner and Bruckner, he absorbed aspects of their music in his semi-autobiographical works, adopting their adventurous harmonies and large-scale forms. Mahler's style is notable for its extreme emotions, from triumphant and joyous to sardonic and funereal moods. Between 1888 and his death, Mahler composed 10 symphonies (the last was left unfinished), and several song cycles, of which Kindertotenlieder, Des Knaben Wunderhorn, and the symphonic Das Lied von der Erde are the best known. ~ Blair Sanderson, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Great Recordings Of The Century - Janet Baker Sings Mahler / Barbirolli, et al

Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen, song for voice & piano (or orchestra) (Rückert Lieder No. 3)
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Track List: Gustav Mahler: Symphonie No. 9

Disc 1
Title: Symphony No. 9 In D Major

1. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Andante Comodo

2. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Etwas Frischer

3. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Horns

4. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Mit Wut. Allegro Risoluto

5. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Brass

6. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Bewegter

7. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Wie Von Anfang

8. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Plotzlich Bedeutend Langasmer (Lento) Und Leise

9. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Im Tempo Eines Gemachlichen Landlers

10. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Poco Piu Mosso Subito (Tempo II)

11. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Tempo III

12. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: A Tempo II

13. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Tempo I

14. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: A Tempo II

15. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Tempo I. Subito

Disc 2

1. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Rondo-burleske

2. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: L'istesso Tempo

3. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Sempre L'istesso Tempo

4. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: L'istesso Tempo (2)

5. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Clarinets

6. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Tempo I. Subito (2)

7. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Piu Stretto

8. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Adagio

9. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Plotzlich Wieder Langsam (Wie Zu Anfang) Und Etwas Zogernd

10. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Molto Adagio Subito

11. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: A Tempo (Molto Adagio)

12. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Stets Sehr Gehalten

13. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Fliessender, Doch Durchas Nicht Eilend

14. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Tempo I. Molto Adagio

15. Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Adagissimo

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Track List: Mahler - Symphony No.8 In E Flat 'symphony Of A Thousand'

Title: Symphony No. 8 In E Flat Major ("Symphony Of A Thousand")
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Track List: Mahler Lieder: Des Knaben Wunderhorn

Title: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Song Cycle (12) For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
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Track List: Mahler: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Ruckert-Lieder, Kindertotenlieder / Garben, Komatsu

Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)

1. Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): I. Nun Will Die Sonn' so Hell Aufgeh'n

2. Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): II. Nun Seh' Ich Wohl, Warum So Dunkle Flammen

3. Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): III. Wenn Dein Mutterlein

4. Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): IV. Oft Denk' Ich, Sie Sind Nur Ausegangen!

5. Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): V. In Diesen Wetter!

Title: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)

6. Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): I. Wenn Mein Schatz Hochzeit Macht

7. Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): II. Gieng Heut' Morgen Uber's Feld

8. Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): III. Ich Hab' Ein Glühend Messer

9. Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): IV. Die Zwei Blauen Augen

Title: Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)

10. Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): III. Blicke Mir Nicht in Die Lieder

11. Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): I. Ich Atmet' Einen Linden Duft

12. Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): IV. Ich Bin Der Welt Abhanden Gekommen

13. Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra): I. Um Mitternacht

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Track List: Mahler: Orchesterlieder

Title: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Rückert Lieder, Song Collection For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
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Track List: Mahler: Songs With Orchestra

Title: Songs With Orchestra

1. Songs With Orchestra: Wenn Mein Schatz Hochzeit Macht

2. Songs With Orchestra: Ging Heut' Morgen Ubers Feld

3. Songs With Orchestra: Ich Hab' Ein Gluhend Messer

4. Songs With Orchestra: Die Zwei Blauen Augen Von Meinem Schatz

5. Songs With Orchestra: Ich Atmet' Einen Linden Duft

6. Songs With Orchestra: Blicke Mir Nicht In Die Lieder

7. Songs With Orchestra: Liebst Du Um Schonheit

8. Songs With Orchestra: Um Mittermacht

9. Songs With Orchestra: Ich Bin Der Welt Abhanden Gekommen

10. Songs With Orchestra: Lied Des Verfolgten Im Turm

11. Songs With Orchestra: Der Tembourg'sell

12. Songs With Orchestra: Wo Die Schonen Trompeten Blasen

13. Songs With Orchestra: Revelge

14. Songs With Orchestra: Urlicht

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Track List: Mahler: Symphonie No. 7

Disc 1
Title: Symphony No. 7 In E Minor ("Song Of The Night")
Disc 2
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Track List: Mahler: Symphony No. 8; Adagio from Symphony No. 10

Disc 1
Title: Symphony No. 10 In F Sharp Minor (incomplete)
Title: Symphony No. 8 In E Flat Major ("Symphony Of A Thousand")
Disc 2
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Track List: Mahler: Symphony No7

Title: Symphony No. 7 In E Minor ("Song Of The Night")
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Track List: Mahler: The Complete Symphonies

Disc 1
Title: Symphony No. 1 In D Major ("Titan")
Title: Symphony No. 10 In F Sharp Minor (incomplete)
Disc 2
Title: Symphony No. 2 In C Minor ("Resurrection")
Disc 3
Title: Adagietto, For Orchestra (from The Symphony No. 5)
Title: Symphony No. 8 In E Flat Major ("Symphony Of A Thousand")
Disc 4
Title: Symphony No. 3 in D minor
Disc 5
Title: Ich Atmet' Einen Linden Duft, Song For Voice & Piano (or Orchestra) In D Major (Rückert Lieder No. 2)
Title: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen, song for voice & piano (or orchestra) (Rückert Lieder No. 3)
Title: Um Mitternacht, Song For Voice & Piano (or Orchestra) In B Minor (Rückert Lieder No. 4)
Title: Das Irdische Leben, Song For Voice & Piano (or Orchestra) In B Flat Minor (Des Knaben Wunderhorn No. 5)
Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Disc 6
Title: Symphony No. 4 In G Major
Disc 7
Title: Symphony No. 5 In C Sharp Minor
Disc 8
Title: Symphony No. 6 In A Minor ("Tragic")
Disc 9
Title: Symphony No. 7 In E Minor ("Song Of The Night")
Disc 10
Title: Kindertotenlieder, Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra)
Title: Symphony No. 8 In E Flat Major ("Symphony Of A Thousand")
Disc 11
Disc 12
Title: Symphony No. 9 In D Major

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benjamincask e y 0 2
Mahler is a music genius
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First movement inspired the Star Trek opening, and the only other reason I know of him is because of the anime Legend of the Galactic Heroes.
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First symphony I heard of his was the Third, fell in love after that.
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Now that you've started reading this don't stop. If you read this and ignore it you will have bad luck. Post this on 15 other songs in 143 minutes. When your done press space bar and your crushes name will appear on screen in big letters. This is freaky it actually works.
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I love how Mahler was an admirer of Wagner, when Wagner would not have liked Mahler due to him being Bohemian(Cze c h ) and being a Jew. That, and I feel that Mahler's temper might not have helped him either.
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This is creepy
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No one mentions Mahler's 8th. It's magic. But so are his Titan, Resurrection , 4th, 5th, 6th. He's the master of big music. I'm still working on his 9th.
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I'm astounded that Pandora gives a one paragraph profile to one of the greatest symphonists in all history!
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Mahler's work is extraordinar y , a consummate connoisseur of the highest quality w/ a profound depth of feeling and stirring pieces which resonate at the core -- intensely poignant-awe s o m e - j o y o u s compositions bestowed for posterity...
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franc_taylor
although I love this piece beyond words.
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franc_taylor
Isn't this just the 4th movement? Where's the rest?
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Gorgeous
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Love Mahler's Resurrection symphony.
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stephanie071 0
4th symphony?
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jemaler
He is my great uncle!
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A+
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Mahler, how I wish could have been there to hear your symphonies first performances !
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Great performance by Otto Klemperer in this 1st movement of Mahler's 2nd. I would love to buy this recording, I hope it's available somewhere. Awesome music!
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Symphony No. 2 is complex, beautiful, serene and violent. Good job Mahler.
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sacredfun6
Genius, emotion, and fearlessness in music... ecstatic and heartbreakin g .
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I did find Mahler on a plane to Europe and enjoyed symphony #1 five times .
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Mahler >>>
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lkgrebnel
no one like Mahler
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Gustav Mahler had hot old lady!
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lkgrebnel
It truly would be a gift to hear all of them--a Mahler Day. Can't afford to buy, would that I could. . .
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Symphony No. 9 In D Major: Im Tempo Eines Gemachlichen Landlers

by Gustav Mahler
on Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde; Symphony No9
Is not complete By the way Pandora
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vienna97
Knowing what I do about Gustav, Alma, and the tragic deaths of his children, I am eternally thankful Mahler was able to immerse himself in his own creative cosmos---it was this spiritual safe-haven which he could go to during summer vacations which ultimately brought us, enriched us, and transforms us to this day.
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meirbank
im not an expert, but this guy is the best.
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vanhall12
Has anybody noticed how 9th Symphonies loom large in the works of major symphonic composers? Viz. Beethoven's Ninth, Mahler's Ninth, and Shoshtakovit c h ' s Ninth. Ludwig didn't make it past his Ninth, much to his glory; both Gustav & Dmitri tried for a Tenth and neither just didn't seem to work out. I'm 72; can't wait for my ninth decade. Kick a**.
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myerspercuss i o n
I have to say, given the magnitude of Mahler and his importance in the body of classical music, it's pathetic that his bio is about 1/10 of Lada Gaga or Justin Bieber and other auditory crap. I guess even Pandora follows the money. And we wonder why some of the great symphonies (in the US) are going out of business. So sad. Worthy of a Mahler's 11th symphony
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I live in the Bay Area and have attended all performances of this Mahler series in person. The final movement of the Titan knocked me out of my seat. I was transported to another plane of existence.
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tthferry
I have loved the 3rd symphony since I was a teenager! Then when I had a house that looked over the Colorado rockies with outdoor speakers I would turn it up and get a sense of creation and life from seveal senses.
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His 6th, 9th and 10th are on my list of the 20 greatest.
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jwwc99
Only in music do we achieve humanity. It is not impending death or family trama, but survival which Mahler offers to those who wait and listen as he speaks to us in his music. What a joy.
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myerspercuss i o n
As a critic once said: Mahler's music is better than it sounds. For some it's an acquired taste. But what a taste. I love the comment below that M's music is an auditory feast. 1 suggestion: Put a day aside & listen to Symphonies 1-9 non-stop. It's actually 1 enormous symphony, with the 9th a fitting denouement to the orgasmic 8th... written by a man who (a) knew he was dying, (b) had recently lost a young, beloved daughter and (c) lost a philandering wife. Exquisite passion.
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In the Pandora biography of Mahler, no mention is made of Leonard Bernstein the great NY Phil conductor who was also a huge Mahler proponent in 60's and 70's.
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I mentioned Berg's Piano Sonata Op. 1 because the autumnal style and post-romanti c complexities remind me of the first movement of the Mahler's Ninth, one of my four favorite pieces by him (the other three being Kindertotenl i e d e r , Das Lied von der Erde and his Last Songs on Ruckert (''Ich bin der welt abhanden gekommen'').
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I know what you mean, but I wouldn't call Webern, Berg, Hindemith, Bartok or Stravinsky simpler than Mahler. In fact all of those composers are more complex than he is contrapuntal l y . I consider Berg Mahler's heir, particularly in his Piano Sonata, op. 1 and his final work, the Violin Concerto, a kind of instrumental requiem dedicated to the daughter of Alma Mahler (''to the memory of an Angel''). Really, there's never been anyone like Mahler before or since.
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fiskmonkey
After Mahler, music has eroded gradually... b e c o m i n g simpler and simpler with each passing generation.

Simple isn't necessarily bad, it's just alot easier.
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Mahler's Second Symphony also called Resurrection rocks
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the 9th is his best hands down
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love his a minor quartet
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a.nevarez82
the 9th is amazing. well so is the 6th
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The 4th when I am happy..that Symphony locks it in
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Love his Sixth. It sucks me in...
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ezramon17
The greatest symphonist of all time, whose 'time has indeed come.'
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ezramon17
Watch Jim Jarmusche's Coffee & Cigarettes, where, at the end, a fellow hallucinates Mahler's Ruckert's saddest and most beautiful sone ever written.
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met_scannon
Exquisite
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I have never played in an orchestra because I was always in a wind band trombonist. However, if I ever get a chance to read through a Mahler symphony, I am sure I would get the lifetime experience of the orchestral genre. Amazing music!
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schm522
I've not heard anything so magnificent as Mahler. I can't believe I'm just discovering him.

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