Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler (photo: Tully Potter)
Born: 1860
Died: 1911

Mahler is the last great Romantic symphonist, music conceived on the grandest scale and employing elaborate forces. He wanted to express his view of the human condition, to set down his lofty ideals about Life, Death and the Universe. 'My symphonies represent the contents of my entire life.'

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The world's leading Mahler conductors introduce his 10 symphonies and Das Lied von der Erde:

Symphony No 1 – Sir Charles Mackerras

Symphony No 2 – Mariss Jansons

Symphony No 3 – Lorin Maazel

Symphony No 4 – David Zinman

Symphony No 5 – Sir Simon Rattle

Symphony No 6 – Christoph Eschenbach

Symphony No 7 – Valery Gergiev

Symphony No 8 – Michael Tilson Thomas

Symphony No 9 – Esa-Pekka Salonen

Symphony No 10 – Riccardo Chailly

Das Lied von der Erde – Kent Nagano

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