Mahler - Symphony no.6
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Cat No: OC1716
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 14th February 2020
In retrospect, these three strokes of fate were identified with the famous hammer blows of the final movement. Alma Mahler wrote in her memoirs to the symphony: “No work has flowed from his heart so directly. The Sixth is his most personal work and a prophetic one on top of that.”
In mid-May 2019, Essen’s general music director Tomáš Netopil conducted the Essen Philharmonic Orchestra in two acclaimed performances of the Sixth Symphony. The work was performed almost exactly 113 years earlier, on 27 May 1906, by the same orchestra under the composer’s direction.
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