‘The Sounds of Nature’
Mahler Symphony No. 3
with “The Carroll Singers” and Trinity Boys’ Choir
In Mahler’s romantic vision ‘a symphony is like the world, it must contain everything’. His third symphony, written at his retreat in the Austrian Alps in 1893-4, was first titled ‘A Summer Morning’s Dream’ and is a wonderful orchestral pageant of nature and human experience. It includes a sublime movement for soloist and chorus, and ends in an exultant finale ‘What Love Tells Me’.
Date(s) - Saturday 19th Nov, 2005
The Great Hall, Ravensbourne School