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Gustav Mahler


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Gustav Mahler
   uttered the last words   
"Mozart!"
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
Das Lied Von Der Erde
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
Songs on the Death of Children
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
Symphony of a Thousand
Symphony #8
Gustav Mahler
   was born on   
July 7, 1860
Austrian Late-Romantic composer; conductor, Metropolitan Opera
Gustav Mahler
   lifespan was   
1860-1911
Austrian composer and conductor of the NY Philharmonic
Gustav Mahler
   said   
"The Symphony Must Be Like the World. It Must Embrace Everything"
Remarks to Jean Sibelius
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
Rückert Lieder
1902
Gustav Mahler
   was born in   
Bohemia, Austria
1860-1911. Composer of the romantic period
Gustav Mahler
   said   
"If a Composer Could Say What He Had to Say in Words He Would Not Bother Trying to Say It in Music."
'Das Lied Von Der Erde'
   was composed by   
Gustav Mahler
1907 - A symphony in the disguise of a song cycle - see Curse of the ninth.
Gustav Mahler
   was born in   
Austria
Composer of large-scale symphonies and conductor of the Metropolitan Opera
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Waldmärchen"
No. 1 of Das klagende lied
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Das Trinklied Vom Jammer Der Erde"
No. 1 of Das Lied von der Erde
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Der Abschied"
The last song in the cycle Das Lied von der Erde
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Um Mitternacht"
The last song in the cycle Rückert Lieder
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Im Diesem Wetter"
The concluding song in the cycle Kindertotenlieder
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
"Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen"
Four-song cycle known in English as Songs of a Wayfarer
Gustav Mahler
   was music director of the   
New York Philharmonic
1909-1911
Gustav Mahler
   was music director of the   
Metropolitan Opera
1908-1910
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
The Resurrection Symphony
Symphony #2
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
Songs of a Wayfarer
Gustav Mahler
   composed   
The Titan Symphony
Symphony No. 1
Gustav Mahler
   is buried in   
Grinzinger Friedhof, Vienna, Austria
Composer, 1860-1911
Claudio Abbado
   recorded   
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 7
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Deutsche Grammophon, 1995
"Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E Flat Major"
   was released by   
The Chicago Symphony
1972 - inducted in 1998
"Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in D Major"
   was released by   
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
1941 - inducted in 1999
"Gustav Mahler: The Complete Symphonies"
   was released by   
New York Philharmonic & London Symphony
1961 - inducted in 2002






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