Episode: Mahler's Symphonies


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Mahler's Symphonies

In this episode of 'Classics Unlocked', Graham Abbott discusses the symphonic output of Gustav Mahler.


This episode of Classics Unlocked featured the following recording:

Mahler: The Symphonies & Song Cycles

Bernard Haitink, conductor

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

Decca Classics 483 4643 (12-CD + BluRay Audio Disc set)

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