Revised critical edition of Mahler's five-movement symphony for voices and orchestra. Volume 1 contains the music, as well as a foreword and facsimiles; Volume 2 contains historical essays and a critical report. All texts are in German and English. This edition draws upon numerous sources…
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A symphony in five movements. With a preface and source notes in German, English, and French. This volume is based on the text of the Mahler Neue Kritische Gesamtausgabe.
With a preface and a foreword in German and English. Critical notes. Facsimile plates. This edition is based on recent research into this symphony, including a reassessment of the correct order of the movements. This edition supercedes the 1963 first edition in the Mahler Sämtliche Werke series.
Edited by Renate Stark-Voit. Includes five Humoresken from 1892, and ten Lieder, Humoresken and Balladen from 1893-1901. With introductory material and critical notes in German. Facsimile plates. This new edition provides changes and corrections to the first edition.
Revised critical edition of this 14-song cycle for voice and orchestra. With a preface and critical notes. Two appendices. Facsimile plates. This edition incorporates research not available at the time of the first edition of 1998.
With a foreword in German and English. Facsimile plates. Critical commentary. Mahler composed this work between 1904 and 1906. The work was premiered in Prague, September 1908. This edition is based on sketches, the autograph score, and early publications.
With two prefaces and critical notes in German. Facsimile plates. This first version of Mahler's orchestral song cycle is scored for soloists, choir, orchestra and offstage orchestra. This edition incorporates information newly available since the first edition of 1997.
Contents: Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde -- Die Einsame im Herbst -- Der Pavillon aus Porzellan -- Am Ufer -- Der Trinker um Frühling -- Der Abschied. With a preface and critical report in German and English. Plates. Texts with translations. This is Mahler's own piano reduction of this work. This…