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Author Mahler, Gustav, 1860-1911
Title Das Lied von der Erde [sound recording] : piano version / Gustav Mahler
Publisher [Place of publication not identified] : Thorofon, 2017
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 Rodman Main Adult Compact Discs  ES MAHL LE M38    AVAILABLE
Descript 1 sound disc : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in + 1 booklet (34 pages)
Note Compact disc
Title from disc surface
Translated from German
Lyrics on container insert
Piano version by the composer
Song cycle for mezzo-soprano, tenor, and piano
Contents Das trinklied vom jammer der erde (06:35) (The drinking song of earth's sorrow) -- Die einsame im herbst (10:56) (The solitary one in autumn) -- Der pavillon aus porzellan (02:35) (The pavillon of porcelain) -- Am ufer (06:12) (On the docks) -- Der trinker im frühling(03:40) (The drunkard in spring) -- Der abschied (31:20) (The farewell)
Performer(S) Christian Kaelberer, Alexandra Von Roepke, Peter Furlong
Summary No work embodies Theodor W. Adorno's quote better than Gustav Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth). Its subject and internal structure form the core aspect of the composition and thus are the cornerstones of a work which is much more than just 'a serious piece.' Gustav Mahler wrote this song in 1908 during his extremely tumultuous later life. Before his death in 1911, he had heard the premiere of neither the orchestral version nor his handwritten piano version
Subject Song cycles
Songs (High voice) with piano
Songs (Medium voice) with piano
Compact discs
Alt Author Kaelberer, Christian
Von Roepke, Alexandra
Furlong, Peter
Add Title Song of the earth
ISBN/ISSN 4003913126382
Music # CTH2638 Thorofon
11952078

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