Gustav Mahler :: Symphony No.3, D minor


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Mahler, Gustav
(b Kalischt, nr Iglau [now Kaliste, Jihlava], Bohemia, 7 July 1860; d Vienna, 18 May 1911). Austrian
Symphony No.3, D minor <1893–1896; rev 1906>
alto solo women's chorus, boys' chorus
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Ebcl1 doubled if possible. Voices and chimes "on high" (in der Höhe).
Universal ed. Erwin Ratz & Karl Heinz Füssl, 1974.
Breitkopf urtext ed Christian Rudolf Riedel.
Improved choral scores at\

See also the composer's "What the Wild Flowers Tell Me": a 1941 arrangement for reduced orchestra by Benjamin Britten of the 2nd mvt of this symphony.
Source of text: Mvt 4, F. Nietzsche, Also sprach Zarathustra; mvt 5, from Des Knaben Wunderhorn, German folk poems, collected by Achim von Armin & Clemens von Brentano (1806-1808). Language: German
1. Kräftig; Entschieden
2. Tempo di menuetto: Sehr mässig
3. Comodo. Scherzando. Ohne Hast
4. Sehr langsam; Misterioso
5. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck
6. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden