Various: Symphony No. 3

Various: Symphony No. 3 for alto, boys' choir, female choir and orchestra | UE34316

This study score edition comprises Mahler's famous "Symphony No. 3" (lyrics by Friedrich Nietzsche and from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn") for alto, women's choir, boys choir and orchestra, composed in 1895/96.

Instrument:
for alto, boys' choir, female choir and orchestra
Edition type:
study score
Composer:
Mahler Gustav
Series:
Neue Studienpartituren-Reihe
Theme:
Modern Music, Study Score Series
Languages:
German
Edition info:
Nach dem Text der kritischen Gesamtausgabe.
  • UE34316
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-6761-6
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08121-7
  • 17 × 24 cm
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Contents – Symphony No. 3 for alto, boys' choir, female choir and orchestra

  • Symphonie Nr. 3

Description

"My symphony will be something the world has never heard! Nature in its entirety is given a voice and tells such secrets that one could only dream of!" (Gustav Mahler)

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Aditional information

Instrument:
for alto, boys' choir, female choir and orchestra
Edition type:
study score
Composer:
Mahler Gustav
Series:
Neue Studienpartituren-Reihe
Theme:
Modern Music, Study Score Series
Languages:
German
Edition info:
Nach dem Text der kritischen Gesamtausgabe.

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