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Symphony No. 4 in G Major for Soprano and Orchestra (00 Edition)

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This popular work reflects a shift in Mahler's musical development, as he formulated the sophisticated idea of the "program." In this case, the poetic idea traces the progress from experience — as represented by the first movement — to the innocent, childlike vision of Paradise. This miniature score is reprinted from the original Viennese edition.

Synopsis:

Popular work reflects Mahler's shift toward a more contrapuntal style. The orchestral richness of this work ranges from complex early movements to the simplicity of its closing song, "Das himmlische Leben." Authoritative edition.

Synopsis:

This popular work traces the progress from experience — as represented by the first movement — to the innocent, childlike vision of Paradise in the concluding song. Reprinted from the original Viennese edition.

Synopsis:

This popular work reflects a shift in Mahler's musical development, as he turned from a single melodic line with subordinate harmonies to a more contrapuntal style. The orchestral richness of this work progresses from the striking sleighbells of the opening and the complexities of its early movements to the touching simplicity of the closing soprano song.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780486411705
Composer:
Mahler, Gustav
Author:
Mahler, Gustav
Author:
Mahler
Author:
Music Scores
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Location:
Mineola, NY :
Subject:
Classical
Subject:
Symphonies
Subject:
Songbooks - Orchestral
Subject:
Genres & Styles - Classical
Subject:
Mahler
Subject:
miniature score
Subject:
study edition
Subject:
Music - General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Miniature Music Scores
Series Volume:
106-312
Publication Date:
20100831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
8.5 x 13 in 0.54 lb

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Product details 144 pages Dover Publications - English 9780486411705 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Popular work reflects Mahler's shift toward a more contrapuntal style. The orchestral richness of this work ranges from complex early movements to the simplicity of its closing song, "Das himmlische Leben." Authoritative edition.

"Synopsis" by ,
This popular work traces the progress from experience — as represented by the first movement — to the innocent, childlike vision of Paradise in the concluding song. Reprinted from the original Viennese edition.
"Synopsis" by ,
This popular work reflects a shift in Mahler's musical development, as he turned from a single melodic line with subordinate harmonies to a more contrapuntal style. The orchestral richness of this work progresses from the striking sleighbells of the opening and the complexities of its early movements to the touching simplicity of the closing soprano song.
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