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Fast shipping! Symphony No. 8

Symphony No. 8

ISBN Dover Publications

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Symphony No. 8 composed by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911). Orchestra. Full Orchestra (Full Score); Larger Works; Masterworks. Dover Edition. Masterwork; Romantic. Full Score. Published by Dover Publications (AP.6-260224).ISBN 0486260224. Masterwork; Romantic.Mahler's massive, complex Symphony of a Thousand has been called the crowning achievement of his career. This setting is based on the closing scene of Goethe's Faust, with the theme of the redemptive power of love. Its form is a powerful synthesis of motet, cantata, oratorio, song cycle, and symphony. An unabridged replica of the 'Muzyka,' Moscow edition, 1976.

 
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Symphony No. 8

ISBN Serenissima

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  1. Part I: Hymnus: Veni, Creator Spiritus
  2. Part II: Schlussszene aus "Faust"

Symphony No. 8 (Part I: Hymnus: Veni, Creator Spiritus Part II: Schlussszene aus "Faust"). Composed by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911). Arranged by Josef Woss. Choir and piano. For 2 Soprano voice, 2 Alto voices, Tenor voice, and 2 Bass voices (Soli), Boy's Choir, SSAATTBB Choir, Piano. This edition: Paperback. Symphony, Choral, Transcriptions. Post-Romantic Period; German. Large Vocal Score. Text Language: Latin, German. Composed 1910. 212 pages. Duration 85 minutes. Published by Serenissima (SA.Z6070).ISBN 9781932419467. With Text Language: Latin, German. Post-Romantic Period; German. 8.5 x 11 inches.Mahler's penultimate symphony recieved its premiere performance in Munich on September 12th, 1910 with a chorus of about 850, and an orchestra of 171. These massive forces led to Mahler's agent dubbing the work "Symphony of a Thousand." Mahler did not approve of the title at all, but it remains. The piece was a great success at its premiere, and one of few of Mahler's works to be well received in his lifetime. It was the last premiere of one his works that Mahler witnessed before his death. Unabridged digitally enhanced reprint of the vocal score prepared by Josef Woss that was first published in 1910 by Universal Edition, Vienna.

 

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