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New Album: Mahler, Lieder

The argentinian mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink just released an exploration on Mahler songs:

New Album

Opera Guide: Korngold's Die tote Stadt

Have you heard of Die tote Stadt? No? Well you should have. It’s about time it became Die lebende Stadt once again. 544 more words

Review: Minnesota Orchestra, Alisa Weilerstein in Barber, Mahler

As the house lights dimmed in Orchestra Hall on Sunday afternoon, I relaxed into the thought: when I write my next entry, I can focus on the music… 1,690 more words

Minnesota Orchestra

Gustav Mahler: After Nine

Two young composers influenced by Mahler’s 9th Symphony were performed:  by the Argento Chamber Ensemble, playing Matthew Ricketts’s After Nine: Fantasia on Mahler; and by the JACK Quartet, playing Taylor Brook’s Arrithmia——as a prelude to the Argento’s September 15th performance of the Mahler Symphony No. 591 more words

Daniel Goode

Mahler's 9th Rules - Even in a Chamber Version!

So, it was reduced forces like 2 horns instead of 4, 1 trumpet, 2 clarinets, 1 flute, etc., no lower brass, and strings: 3,3,3,2,1. No harp? 617 more words

Daniel Goode

The Music that Kakfa Liked

Text by by Gustavo Artiles

Franz Kafka was not a music lover. But his old school friend and literary executor, Max Brod was, and he wanted to convert Franz to the glories of great music, high brow or classical music. 898 more words

Literature