Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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In Mahler’s final completed symphony, his career reached its apotheosis. All the hallmarks of his symphonies are present: massive scale, piercing emotion, rustic dance tunes, and stunning power. Fittingly, the ethereal finale serenely says farewell to life’s sorrows and ascends to the transcendent. The great conductor Herbert von Karajan said of the symphony, “It is music coming from another world, it is coming from eternity.”

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MAHLER Symphony No. 9

Performers

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Daniel Barenboim, Conductor

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    In Mahler’s final completed symphony, his career reached its apotheosis. All the hallmarks of his symphonies are present: massive scale, piercing emotion, rustic dance tunes, and stunning power. Fittingly, the ethereal finale serenely says farewell to life’s sorrows and ascends to the transcendent. The great conductor Herbert von Karajan said of the symphony, “It is music coming from another world, it is coming from eternity.”

  • Programme

    MAHLER Symphony No. 9

  • Performers

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Barenboim, Conductor

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