Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 is a five-movement masterpiece that honors his dictum that a symphony should embrace all the world. The symphony pulses with life; despair and joy are vibrantly portrayed in an opening funeral march, folk-inspired dances, a waltz, and raucous humor that courses through the finale. Schubert’s youthful Fifth Symphony tips its hat to Haydn and Mozart with its mastery of classical form, while also delighting with its abundant melodies—particularly the tender songlike slow movement—and vivacious finale.

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SCHUBERT Symphony No. 5 

MAHLER Symphony No. 5

Performers

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Daniel Barenboim, Conductor

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    Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 is a five-movement masterpiece that honors his dictum that a symphony should embrace all the world. The symphony pulses with life; despair and joy are vibrantly portrayed in an opening funeral march, folk-inspired dances, a waltz, and raucous humor that courses through the finale. Schubert’s youthful Fifth Symphony tips its hat to Haydn and Mozart with its mastery of classical form, while also delighting with its abundant melodies—particularly the tender songlike slow movement—and vivacious finale.

  • Programme

    SCHUBERT Symphony No. 5 

    MAHLER Symphony No. 5

  • Performers

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Barenboim, Conductor

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