Max Marschalk (1863-1940).

  • Profession: Composer, critic for Berlin Vossische Zeitung (1894–1933).
  • Residences: Berlin.
  • Relation to Mahler:
  • Correspondence with Mahler: Yes.
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  • Born: 07-04-1863 Berlin, Germany.
  • Died: 24-08-1940 Poberow, Poland.
  • Buried: Unknown.

Friend of Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler. Critic for Berlin Vossische Zeitung 1894–1933. Wrote incidental music to plays (some by his brother in law Gerhart Hauptmann (1868-1946), orchestral works, and songs.

Year 1897. 14-01-1897. Letter by Gustav Mahler signed ‘Gustav Mahler’ to a unnamed correspondent (‘Verehrter Feundin’, ‘Dear Friend’ (female)). Discussing a concert that will take place in Dresden the next day, where Movements 2, Movement 3 and Movement 4 of Symphony No. 2 and will be performed, along with the Movement 2 (“blumenstück”) of Symphony No. 3, noting that his presence at the rehearsal is requested, and referring to the critic Max Marschalk (1863-1940).

…nach Dresden wo morgen im Concerte der Kgl. Kapelle 2. 3. u. 4 Satz aus der II, und “Blumenstück”…gebracht wird…

1 page, 8vo, lined notepaper, Hamburg 14 January 1897 (14-01-1897).

Concert: 15-01-1897 DresdenErnst von Schuch (1846-1914) conductor. Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) present. Meeting with Wilhelm Jahn (1835-1900), director of the Vienna State Opera.

Max Marschalk (1863-1940), 1905.

Max Marschalk (1863-1940), 1915.

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