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Musical Journey: Mahler Symphony No 1

Musical Journey: Mahler Symphony No 1

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The journey starts in Switzerland, in the canton of Thurgau, leading from Steckborn and the Bodensee to the Rhine Falls. From Styria, in Austria, comes Hochosterwitz Castle and from Bavaria Weikersheim Castle, the latter intercut with wild life from the Austrian Assling Nature Park. The tour ends amid the strangely shaped mountains of the Dolomites in Southern Tyrol, a region divided between Austria and Italy. In a remarkable way Mahler, in his symphonies and songs, has seemed to reflect the world of today in all it's bewildering variety and has now won an established place in concert repertoire. Distinguished as a conductor, his fame as a composer has grown over the years since his death. The music included here is Mahler's ymphony No. 1, nick-named Titan, not for it's massive power, but after the book by Jean Paul, a strong influence over earlier romantics and over Mahler at this stage in his career. The symphony breathes the spirit of the Austrian countryside, reflected in Mahler's songs.

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    Title: Musical Journey: Mahler Symphony No 1
    Genre: Classical Composers, Music Video (Concert/Performance)
    Starring: G. Mahler
    Release Date: 12/18/2012
    Product Type: DVD
    Region: 1
    Catalog #: 2110314
    UPC: 747313531455
    Item #: 500185X

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    Street Date: 12/18/2012
    Studio: Naxos

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