Mahler: Symphony 1

Mahler SKU: 36427246
Mahler: Symphony 1

Mahler: Symphony 1

Mahler SKU: 36427246

Format: CD

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Title: Symphony 1
Artist: Mahler
Label: Swrmusic
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 747313951086
Genre: Classical Artists

This release features Mahler's First Symphony in a historically informed performance that features a large, modern orchestra and includes the Blumine movement, which was part of the original version of the symphony, the one preferred by the conductor, Sir Roger Norrington. With the inclusion of the Blumine, the listener can appreciate the return of pastoral motifs in the finale movement. Mahler's First symphony, sometimes titled "Titan," was written mostly in February and March of 1888, incorporating music that had been written much earlier. The first performance wasn't well received, but after several revisions over the following years the work has become a staple in symphonic repertoire. Originally, Mahler called the work a "Symphonic Poem in two parts." But finally he began to refer to the work as a symphony.

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