Universal Edition - Gustav Mahler – The Song of the Earth

Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler
The Song of the Earth

Year of composition: 1908
Subtitle: A Symphony
Scored for: for high and low voice with piano
Composer: Gustav Mahler
Edited by: Stephen E. Hefling
Text Source: ‘The Chinese Flute’ - adaptation of Chinese poetry by Hans Bethge
Text Editor: Gustav Mahler
Original Language: Deutsch
Translator: Steuart Wilson; Madeleine Marchant; Magali Barbet
Instrumentation details:

Table of Contents:
: Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde
: Die Einsame im Herbst
: Der Pavillon aus Porzellan
: Am Ufer
: Der Trinker im Frühling
: Der Abschied
Duration: 60′
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World Première

Location: Kunitachi College of Music, Großer Konzertsaal Tokyo / Japan
Date: 15.05.1989
Main Soloists: Marjana Lipovsek, MS; Gösta Winbergh, T; Wolfgang Sawallisch, pno

Gesamtausgabe – Das Lied von der Erde

  • for high and low voice and piano
  • Edition type: Gesamtausgabe
  • Edition info: Complete Edition; Piano part by Gustav Mahler, edited by the International Gustav Mahler Society, Vienna
  • Series: Mahler Neue GA
  • Language: German
  • UE33906
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7044-9
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08377-8
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