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Work: Symphony no. 1 in D major "Titan"

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ComposerMahler, Gustav (1860-1911)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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RotterdamSummer evening concert: Pijper and Mahler

Pijper, Mahler
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Lahav Shani

BerlinRotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest

Ligeti, Pijper, Mahler
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Lahav Shani

LondonProm 66: Beethoven, Betsy Jolas and Mahler

BBC Proms
Beethoven, Jolas, Mahler
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Nicolas Hodges

TallinnSeason Opener: Mahler and Tüür

Varèse, Mahler, Tüür
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Olari Elts; German HornSound

SevilleTrío VibrArt con la Sinfónica de Sevilla

Beethoven, Mahler
Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla; Marc Soustrot; Miguel Colom; Fernando Arias; Juan Pérez Floristán
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Hahn shines as the New York Phil closes its Carnegie Hall season

Hilary Hahn plays Barber's Violin Concerto with understated lyricism, but Jaap van Zweden's Mahler disappoints.
***11
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Muscular performances from the Zagreb Philharmonic at the Anvil

Mahler and Sibelius own the lion’s share of this Anvil concert in beefy performances that leave a strong, but at times mixed, impression. 

***11
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Hypermelody and the Titan: John Adams meets Gustav Mahler in Zurich

The Tonhalle Zürich performs a major work by American composer John Adams alongside the first of Gustav Mahler’s great symphonies. 
****1
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Awesome sweep and power from Hannu Lintu and LPO

A fuel-filled programme from the London Philharmonic under Hannu Lintu in Nielsen and Mahler, while Lawrence Power exudes contemporary flair in Brett Dean’s Viola Concerto.
****1
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Songs of the self: Hardenberger, Nelsons and the Boston Symphony

Widmann’s maze keeps the listener off balance, constantly surprising and tricking the ears as a labyrinth constantly surprises and tricks the eyes.
***11
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