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Work: Symphony no. 4 in G major

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ComposerMahler, Gustav (1860-1911)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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BedfordSanttu conducts Berlioz and Mahler

Berlioz, Mahler
Philharmonia Orchestra; Santtu-Matias Rouvali; Julia Bullock

PragueChopin & Mahler

Prague Symphony Orchestra
Chopin, Mahler
Prague Symphony Orchestra; Petr Altrichter; Lada Bočková; Ivan Klánský

Monte-CarloMahler's Fourth Symphony

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Berg, Mahler
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Tarmo Peltokoski; Chen Reiss

ParisOrchestre de Paris / Klaus Mäkelä / Christiane Karg

Orchestre de Paris
Schoenberg, Mahler
Orchestre de Paris; Klaus Mäkelä; Christiane Karg

HelsinkiGreat Symphonists

Beethoven, Mahler
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Ádám Fischer; Aurora Marthens
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Mahler and Wigglesworth's Magnifcat in Manchester

Ryan Wigglesworth conducts the UK premiere of his own Magnificat with The Hallé in Bridgewater Hall. 
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A remarkable Mahler 4 from the Philadelphia Orchestra

Philadelphia Orchestra principal Ricardo Morales also offers grace and unassuming virtuosity in Mozart's Clarinet Concerto.
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Ryan Bancroft and the BBC NOW go through the looking glass

What did Alice actually find on this occasion? A contemporary piece by Caroline Shaw, Mendelssohn's most popular concerto and the ultimate journey back to childhood and beyond in Mahler's Fourth Symphony.
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Engaging with the past at the Three Choirs Festival

Rolf Martinsson opts for clichéd opulence in his song cycle Ich denke Dein…, while Emilia Hoving delivers a sublime, conflicted account of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.
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