This revised edition of Garland’s 1989 publication updates the core bibliography on Gustave Mahler, as well as his spouse and fellow composer Alma Mahler, by incorporating new research gathered over the past dozen years on his life and professional works.… Read More
This microhistorical engagement explores how the strands of German Jewish identity converge and were negotiated by a musician who spent the majority of his life trying to grasp who he was.
Critical to this understanding was Gustav Mahler’s music; music … Read More
A fresh perspective on two well-known personalities, Schoenberg’s Correspondence with Alma Mahler documents a modern music friendship.
This volume is the first English-language edition of the complete extant correspondence in new English translations from the original German, many from new … Read More
Gustav Mahler is the most influential symphonist of the twentieth century. In this pioneering study, Norman Lebrecht reveals the man and musician through the words of his contemporaries.
Using many previously unpublished documents, he constructs a profile of … Read More
First published in English in 1980, this important early memoir of Gustav Mahler is by Natalie Bauer-Lechner, a viola player and close and devoted friend of Mahler until his marriage to Alma Schindler in 1902.
She visited him in Hamburg … Read More
As one of the most popular classical composers in the performance repertoire of professional and amateur orchestras and choirs across the world, Gustav Mahler continues to generate significant interest, and the global appetite for his music, and for
In this book, Edward Reilly provides the essential documents connected with the friendship between the eminent Viennese music-historian Guido Adler and the composer Gustav Mahler.
The nature and extent of that friendship have been the source of a number of … Read More
In this Festschrift for Donald Mitchell, the foremost authority on the life and works of Gustav Mahler and Benjamin Britten, distinguished composers, scholars, colleagues, and friends from around the world have written on aspects of these two composers closest to … Read More
Gustav Mahler’s music continues to enjoy global prominence, both in live or recorded performance and within broader ranges of critical perception and cultural sensibility.
In recognition of such a profile, this volume brings together a unique collection of essays exploring … Read More