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A view of the world – Edo de Waart and the NZSO

By , 02/04/2016

Gustav Mahler's famous assertion to his fellow-composer Jean Sibelius, that "symphony is like the world - it should contain everything" is nowhere better demonstrated than in the former's Third Symphony, significantly the longest of the composer's essays in this form. The music seeks to acknowledge every natural creative force in the universe throughout its six movements - in fact, Mahler originally intended to go further and include a... read more

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