Member Since: 6/7/2004
Total Mixes: 9747
Total Feedback: 8

Other Mixes By itunes

Playlist | Other Mix
Playlist | Celebrity Playlist
Playlist | Celebrity Playlist


Artist Song
Daniel Barenboim  Symphony No. 5 in C Sharp Minor: IV. Adagietto  
Valery Gergiev & London Symphony Orchestra  Symphony No. 1 in D Major "Titan": II. Kräftig Bewegt, Doch Nicht Zu Schnell – Trio: Recht Gemächlich – Tempo Primo  
Michael Tilson Thomas, Dame Janet Baker, London Symphony Chorus, Southend Boys' Choir & London Symphony Orchestra  Symphony No.3: V. Lustig Im Tempo Und Keck Im Ausdruck  
London Symphony Orchestra, Corrine Curry & Harold Farberman  Symphony No. 4 In G Major for Soprano and Orchestra: IV. Sehr Behaglich  
Michael Gielen  Adagio  
Valery Gergiev & London Symphony Orchestra  Symphony No. 2: III. In Ruhig Fliessender Bewegung  
New York Philharmonic & Alan Gilbert  Symphony No. 3 in D Minor: II. Tempo di minuetto. Moderately.  


Often misunderstood during his lifetime, Austrian composer Gustav Mahler wrote late-Romantic music that was by turns moody and magnificent, intimate and epic, anticipating the modernism of the 20th Century. Mahler's work would find its way onto several great movie soundtracks, and that's where many of us enjoyed the first taste of his visionary genius: check out the Fifth Symphony's heartbreaking "Adagietto", used in Death in Venice, and sample the First Symphony, which set the tone for the cult '70s James Caan movie, The Gambler — an inspired choice, in that the comparatively overlooked Mahler picked up a cult following during his lifetime. Discover some highlights from Mahler's final period, in Next Steps.
image for mix