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Mahler, Gustav
Symphony No. 4 in G majorComposer: Mahler, Gustav
Performance date: October 21, 1987

Date composed: 1900


This Mahler’s most genial, uncomplicated, angst-free symphony, brimming with gracious melodies, featuring transparent orchestration and ending with a child’s view of heaven. Truly heavenly music.  
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Mahler, Gustav
Symphony No. 4 in G majorComposer: Mahler, Gustav
Performance date: April 10, 1996

Date composed: 1900


This Mahler’s most genial, uncomplicated, angst-free symphony, brimming with gracious melodies, featuring transparent orchestration and ending with a child’s view of heaven. Truly heavenly music.
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Mahler, Gustav
Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor: AdagiettoComposer: Mahler, Gustav
Performance date: May 16, 2001

Date composed: 1902


The Adagietto (fourth movement) from Mahler’s Fifth Symphony reveals the composer at his most tranquil and soothing. This is the most famous movement in all Mahler, made so through its use in a film score (Death in Venice).
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