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Composer of the Week: Mahler

Synopsis

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Inspirations: Nature. From a childhood spent amid the hills and forests of Moravia and Bohemia to the respites every summer in countryside which provided a welcome escape from the stresses of his conducting career,
Mahler sought out nature whenever he could. Donald Macleod explores its influence in his music.
Waldmarchen (Das Klagende Lied) Susan Dunn (soprano), Brigitte Fassbaender
(mezzo), Werner Hollweg (tenor), Andreas Schmidt (bass), Chorus of the Diisseldorf Musikverein , Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Ich Ging mit Lust durch einen Grunen Wald Katarina Karneus (mezzo), Roger Vignoles (piano)
What the Wild Flowers Tell Me (Symphony No 3: 2nd mvt) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Jascha Horenstein Ich Bin der WeltAbhanden Gekommen
Siegfried Lorenz (baritone),
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur See BBC Orchestras at 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Soprano: Susan Dunn
Soprano: Brigitte Fassbaender
Tenor: Werner Hollweg
Tenor: Andreas Schmidt
Unknown: Diisseldorf Musikverein
Conductor: Riccardo Chailly
Conductor: Ich Ging
Unknown: Grunen Wald
Unknown: Katarina Karneus
Piano: Roger Vignoles
Conductor: Jascha Horenstein
Baritone: Siegfried Lorenz
Conductor: Kurt Masur






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