The Mahler 4 Office Tower is located in a 160,000-square-meter (1,722,225-square-foot) mixed-use development in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district, an ambitious urban regeneration project located approximately halfway between the city center and Schiphol Airport.

Apr 20, 2012 Classical CD Reviews- May 1999 MAHLER: Symphony No.4 etc MAHLER: Symphony No.4* Songs of a Wayfarer# Two songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn+ Joan Carlyle* Anna Reynolds# Elly Ameling+ London Symphony Orchestra* English Chamber Orchestra#+ Conducted by Benjamin Britten BBC Music "Britten As Performer 4" - BBCB 8004-2 Crotchet. Amazon USA Mahler Symphony No. 4 | Blue Coast Music Mahler Symphony No. 4 in G Major Many a love affair with Mahler has begun with the sunlit Fourth Symphony. Mahler thought of it as a work whose transparency, relative brevity, and nonaggressive stance might win him new friends. Except for the finale, which he composed earlier, he wrote the symphony between June 1899 and April 1901, leading the first performance in November Mahler: Symphony No. 4 – Concertgebouworkest

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.4 in G - Classic FM

While Vladimir Jurowski isn't recognized as a Mahler specialist, having recorded only three of the symphonies over the course of a decade, his recording of the Symphony No. 4 in G major may at least indicate an abiding interest in the composer's work, promising more recordings to come.

Symphony No.4 (Mahler, Gustav) - IMSLP: Free Sheet Music

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No 4 Essential Recordings | Hi-Fi News If you don't mind Magdalena Kožená emoting so much in the finale, then this 2010 film is perhaps Abbado's best Mahler 4. RAM Ensemble/Trevor Pinnock Linn CKD438 (downloads to 192kHz/24-bit res) Composed for Schoenberg's Performance Society this is a reduction for 14 players playing here with soprano Sónia Grané in (iv). Mahler Listening Guide | Symphony no. 4 in G Major - Utah May 14, 2015 A survey of recordings of Mahler Symphony No. 4 The Mahler Symphonies A synoptic survey by Tony Duggan Symphony No.4 The Fourth Symphony is the last of the Wunderhorn group and a link back to the Third is confirmed by a quote from that work's fourth movement in the finale of this one. PROGRAM NOTES Gustav Mahler – Symphony No. 4