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  1. Gustav Mahler, Vol. 4: A New Life Cut Short, 1907-1911 by Henry-Louis De La Grange, 2008-04-07
  2. Why Mahler?: How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed Our World by Norman Lebrecht, 2010-10-12
  3. The Mahler Symphonies: An Owner's Manual (includes 1 CD) by David Hurwitz, 2004-11-01
  4. Mahler (The Master Musicians Series) by Michael Kennedy, 2001-05-17
  5. Gustav Mahler and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra Tour America by Mary H. Wagner, 2006-09-08
  6. Gustav Mahler: New Insights Into His Life, Times and Work (Guildhall Research Studies) by Alfred Mathis-Rosenzweig, 2007-04-07
  7. Gustav Mahler: The Wunderhorn Years : Chronicles and Commentaries (Vol 2) by Donald Mitchell, 2005-06-09
  8. Recollections of Gustav Mahler by Natalie Bauer-Lechner, Dika Newlin, 1980-08-31
  9. Gustav Mahler: Songs and Symphonies of Life and Death. Interpretations and Annotations (Music) (Vol 3) by Donald Mitchell, 2008-04-17
  10. Gustav Mahler by Kurt Blaukopf, 1985-05
  11. Symphony No. 6 in A Minor by Gustav Mahler, 2003-03-27
  12. Gustav Mahler: The Symphonies by Constantin Floros, 2003-04-01
  13. Gustav Mahler : Memories and Letters by Alma Mahler, 1968-06
  14. Gustav Mahler: Letters To His Wife by Gustav Mahler, Henry-Louis De LA Grange, et all 2004-10-14

1. Mahler, Gustav (Schenker Documents Online)
Mahler, Gustav (born Kalischt, Bohemia, July 7, 1860; died Vienna, May 18, 1911), AustrianJewish composer and conductor. Born in Bohemia, Mahler came to Vienna to study at the
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The Correspondence, Diaries, and Lessonbooks of Heinrich Schenker (1868-1935)
Mahler, Gustav
Mahler, Gustav (born Kalischt, Bohemia, July 7, 1860; died Vienna, May 18, 1911), Austrian-Jewish composer and conductor. Born in Bohemia, Mahler came to Vienna to study at the Conservatory, 1875-78, with Julius Epstein (piano), Robert Fuchs (composition), and Franz Krenn (theory). After a series of appointments in other cities, he served as Music Director (Kapellmeister) of the Vienna Hofoper for ten turbulent years, 1897-1907, where he raised the standard of the opera house to among the finest in Europe, and established himself particularly as a conductor of Mozart and Wagner, later also of Richard Strauss, Puccini, Pfitzner and others, numbering among his assistant conductors Bruno Walter and Franz Schalk. After his enforced resignation, partly out of anti-semitism, in 1907 he was succeeded by Felix Weingartner. He was also Director of the Vienna Philharmonic Concerts 1898-1901. From 1907, he worked in New York at the Metropolitan Opera House and also as conductor of the New York Philharmonic, returning to Vienna for the last few months of his life. Mahler and Schenker Federhofer comments: "We do not know what kind of relationship [Schenker] had with Mahler ..., for Schenker expressed his views only briefly and very rarely regarding his works and achievements as a conductor. He valued him as a conductor, but he rejected his works" (

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3. Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft, Vienna
International Gustav Mahler Society, Library, Archives, Complete Works, Mahler Research Journal

4. Gustav Mahler - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Gustav Mahler (7 July 1860 – 18 May 1911) was a lateRomantic Austrian composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation. As a composer, he acted as a bridge
Gustav Mahler
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Mahler" redirects here. For the 1974 film, see Mahler (film) . For other people with the surname, see Mahler (surname) Gustav Mahler, photographed in 1907 at the end of his period as director of the Vienna Hofoper Gustav Mahler [ˈɡʊstaf ˈmaːlɐ] 7 July 18 May 1911) was a late- Romantic Austrian composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation. As a composer, he acted as a bridge between the 19th century Austro-German tradition and the modernism of the early 20th century. While in his lifetime his status as a conductor was established beyond question, his own music gained wide popularity only after periods of relative neglect which included a ban on its performance in much of Europe during the Nazi era . After 1945 the music was discovered and championed by a new generation of listeners; Mahler then became one of the most frequently performed and recorded of all composers, a position he has sustained into the 21st century. Born in humble circumstances, Mahler showed his musical gifts at an early age. After graduating from the

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6. Lesson Tutor: Classical Composer Biography: Gustav Mahler
Biography and personality profile of the composer in light of his Third Symphony. Includes Real Audio RAM clips of his music.
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January 29, 2002
Symphony No.1 in D Major' on to my Disc player, because there is more than a hint of irony in this parody of a funeral march, with snatches of folk tunes and a distinctly Yiddish melody blended in.
Freres Jacques' made deeply somber; a double bass ponderously intones the usually jolly music in a minor key, and muffled drum beats add to the funereal air. Other themes intervene, including a lilting Jewish dance, both sad yet sprightly. Another more touching interlude is one of Mahler's own songs. Then the march returns before finally dying away to soft cymbal strokes. The echoes of Jewish music in this movement recall his childhood in the small town of Iglau, now known as Jihlava in the Czech Republic.
In this capital of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire, most government and other important public posts were open only to Roman Catholics. Mahler was born a Jew, so in order to secure the coveted post he became a convert.
But there remained a conflict in his mind between the faith he was born into, and the one he adopted for the sake of his career. Almost certainly this contributed to the emotional struggles that Mahler expressed so passionately through his music.

7. Mahler, Gustav
This page contains basic and accurate biographical information and links to essays about the Romantic composer Mahler.
Mahler, Gustav
Mahler, Gustav
Period: Romantic
Born: Saturday, July 7, 1860 in Kalischt, Bohemia
Died: Thursday, May 18, 1911 in Vienna, Austria
Nation of Origin: Bohemia/Austria
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Das Lied von der Erde, (The Song of the Earth) for voices and orchestra (1907-1909)
Song Cycle: Kindertotenlieder Other Information: General Bibliography: Blume, Friedrich, with M. D. Norton (Translator) and Herter Norton (Translator), Classic and Romantic Music; A Comprehensive Survey, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Einstein, Alfred. Music in the Romantic Era, Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: The Romantic Generation by Charles Rosen Please note: These links will open in a new window.

8. The Mahler Archives
Archives holding essays, musicological analyses, historical facts, and interviews pertaining to Gustav Mahler.
The Mahler Archives
Welcome to the Mahler Archives, the online database created and maintained by The Chicago Mahlerites and the Colorado MahlerFest for the benefits of the global Mahlerian community.
The archives contain Mahlerian gems such as scholarly studies on the musicological aspects of Mahler's works, rare interviews with prominent Mahler experts, obscure historical facts, lectures given at various symposia, and interpretive discussion by various conductors.
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Mahler, Gustav (1860–1911) Austrian composer and conductor. He composed nine largescale symphonies incorporating folk music and pastoral imagery, with many using voices

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11. The Gustav Mahler Free Music Page -- Classic Cat
Directory of mp3s on the internet that have been made available by the performing artists.

12. Mahler, Gustav Definition Of Mahler, Gustav In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Mahler, Gustav (g s`t f m `lər), 1860–1911, composer and conductor, born in Austrian Bohemia of Jewish parentage. Mahler studied at the Univ. of Vienna and the Vienna, Gustav

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    17. Gustav Mahler - IMDb
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    18. Gustav Mahler - A Profile Of Composer Gustav Mahler
    Gustav Mahler was a passionate composer and an extremely talented conductor. His romantic period symphonies became personal statements of his innermost feelings. Because he was a
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    Mahler Quick Facts:
    • Mahler wrote six love poems, four of which he used in his song cylce Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen after an affair with soprano, Johanna Richter.
    • Mahler always sought to 'out-do' himself with his next concert program; his performances were known to be spectacular.
    Mahler's Family Background:
    Because Mahler lived close to the town square where frequent concerts were given by the military band, he developed a taste for music at a very early age. He learned various songs from Catholic school friends and received lessons from local musicians. It wasn't long after his father's purchase of the piano when Mahler became proficient at playing it.
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    As a result of Mahler's "not-so-good" grades in school, his father sent him to audition at the Vienna Conservatory. Mahler was accepted in 1875 under Julius Epstein with whom he studied piano. While in music school, Mahler quickly turned to composition as his primary study. In 1877, Mahler enrolled in Vienna University where he became interested in great literary works and philosophy.

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