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Work: Blumine (flower piece)

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ComposerMahler, Gustav (1860-1911)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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OsloCrescendo, Mahler, Bruch

Mahler, Bruch
Oslo Young Philharmonic; Eivind Aadland; Johan Dalene

LuganoGautier Capuçon and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

© Priska Ketterer | Lucerne Festival
Mahler, Schumann, Wagner, Mendelssohn
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Gautier Capuçon

ManchesterThe Hallé - Mahler’s World Embrace

© Julia Wesely
Mahler, Korngold
The Hallé; Alexander Joel; Kristóf Baráti

MinneapolisMahler and Ravel

Mahler, Ravel, Debussy
Minnesota Orchestra; Simone Young; Tara Erraught

PamplonaMahler y Tchaikovsky

Mahler y Tchaikovsky
Mahler, Tchaikovsky
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Christian Vasquez; Alfonso Mujica
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Passionate, visceral and ethereal: Janine Jansen's Sibelius

Janine Jansen © Harald Hoffmann | Decca
Sibelius' Violin Concerto nestles beside Mahlerian flowers in the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's concert under Thomas Søndergård.
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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on top form

Mahler’s Blumine, Beethoven’s rarely performed Triple Concerto and Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony were given a fresh coat of paint by the BSO.
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Impressive debut by Ilyich Rivas with the LPO

Ilyich Rivas conducts his first official performance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in a programme of Dvořák, Tchaikovsky and Mahler, concluding with a rare performance of Shostakovich's Symphony no. 1.
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Cleveland Orchestra: A surprisingly lackluster performance of Mahler and Brahms

Known as “the most European of American orchestras,” Cleveland’s stellar ensemble is usually at its most interesting when a European conductor comes to town. But this was more a case of the orchestra maintaining its standards despite, not because of, a visiting maestro. 
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Rites of reunion: The Australian World Orchestra visits Sydney

At the end of yesterday’s concert, there was a lot of hugging on stage. This was only to be expected. The high-quality music-making to which the audience had been treated was, for the players, a brief and unrepeatable experience, for some of them a nostalgic pilgrimage back to their homeland.
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