Mahler, but not the one you were expecting...

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Mahler, but not the one you were expecting...

Post by fredbucket » Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:26 am

Just released by Sibley, I thought it intruiging enough to post it here.
mahler, alma - lieder (1910).pdf
Five lieder by Alma Mahler (yes, the one made famous by Tom Lehrer...)

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Re: Mahler, but not the one you were expecting...

Post by WCosand » Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:32 pm

Thank you.

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Re: Mahler, but not the one you were expecting...

Post by relative » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:17 pm

:)))
Thank You, fredbucket

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Re: Mahler, but not the one you were expecting...

Post by yschong » Thu Aug 26, 2010 2:55 am

Hi all:

Currently, I am listening , and doing some reading of the song " Ich bin der welt abhanden gekommen " . I wonder if the song is based on other folk model ( lperhaps scottish ? ) , as the beginning of the song starts with the English horn melody; throughout the entire piece , there's a remarkable use of the pentatonic element ... but again, I am not sure if my assumption is correct or not . Therefore, I would like to ask , and see if anyone can prefer me for other reading ( online articles, books etc. ) , for regarding the origin of this composition .

Thanks

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