Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 3

  • in 6 movements (1895-1896)
  • in D minor
  • 4 4 5 4 - 8 4 4 1 - timp(2), perc(8), hp(2), post hn, str
  • Duration: 90’
  • Soloists:
    alto
  • Instrumentation details:
    1st flute (+picc)
    2nd flute (+picc)
    3rd flute (+picc)
    4th flute (+picc)
    1st oboe
    2nd oboe
    3rd oboe
    4th oboe (+c.a)
    1st clarinet in Eb
    2nd clarinet in Eb (+cl(Bb))
    1st clarinet in Bb
    2nd clarinet in Bb
    3rd clarinet in Bb (+bass cl(Bb))
    1st bassoon
    2nd bassoon
    3rd bassoon
    4th bassoon (+cbsn)
    tbnt horn in Bb
    1st horn in F
    2nd horn in F
    3rd horn in F
    4th horn in F
    5th horn in F
    6th horn in F
    7th horn in F
    8th horn in F
    1st trumpet in F (+tpt(Bb))
    2nd trumpet in F (+tpt(Bb))
    3rd trumpet in F (+tpt(Bb))
    4th trumpet in F (+tpt(Bb))
    1st trombone
    2nd trombone
    3rd trombone
    4th trombone
    contrabass tuba
    timpani(2)
    percussion(8): 1st glockenspiel, 2nd glockenspiel, 6 tuned bells, triangle, cymbal, tam-tam, rod, tambourine, a couple of snare drums, snare drum, bass drum
    1st harp
    2nd harp
    violin I
    violin II
    viola
    violoncello
    contrabass
  • Composer: Gustav Mahler
  • Piano reduction: Josef Venantius von Wöss
  • Thematic analysis: Richard Specht
  • Editor: Erwin RatzKarl Heinz Füssl
  • Table of contents:
    Symphonie Nr. 3

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World première

Location:
Krefeld (DE)
Date:
09.06.1902
Conductor:
Gustav Mahler
Main soloists:
Luise Geller-Wolter, A

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