History Symphony No. 4
Composed Year 1899 Year 1900 Performances by Gustav Mahler 1901 Concert Munich 25-11-1901 - Symphony No. 4 (Premiere). 1901 Concert ...
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Introduction Symphony No. 4
The Symphony No. 4 in G major by Gustav Mahler was written in 1899 and 1900, though it incorporates a ...
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Movement 1: Bedachtig-nicht eilen-recht gemachlich
Moderately, not rushed, Sonata form. Flutes and sleigh bells open the unusually restrained first movement (and used later with a ...
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Movement 2: In gemachlicher Bewegung
Scherzo. Violin solo. Leisurely moving, without haste. Scherzo and Trio. The second movement is a scherzo that features a part for ...
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Movement 3: Ruhevoll (poco adagio)
Peacefully, somewhat slowly. Theme and variations. The third movement is a solemn processional march cast as a set of variations. Mahler ...
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Movement 4: Lied: Das himmlische Leben (Sehr behaglich)
Was originally part of Des Knaben Wunderhorn. See: Introduction Des Knaben Wunderhorn, 12 songs number 3. Very comfortably. Strophic. The fourth movement ...
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Woodwind 3 Bassoon.  3 Clarinet A.  3 Clarinet Bb. 2 Clarinet C. 1 Clarinet Eb 1 Contra bassoon. Solo in  ...
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