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- Klein Partita for strings, 16′
- Ullmann Hebrew and Yiddish Folk Songs, 10′
- Mahler Symphony No. 9, 87′
Mahler said that a symphony should embrace everything, and he wrote the beat of his own failing heart into a Ninth Symphony like no other – a huge, bittersweet hymn to life. Guest conductor Ilan Volkov knows that no music exists in a vacuum, and by pairing Mahler with music by two composers who were silenced by the Nazis, he tells an unforgettable story.
CBSO+ 6.15pm: Music writer and Austrophile Gavin Plumley introduces Mahler’s Symphony No. 9.
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