Mahler, Symphony No. 3

Concert. Patrik Ringborg leads The Göteborg Opera Orchestra, Ladies Choir, Children's Choir and soloist Katarina Karnéus through Mahler's powerful symphony.

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Joakim Hovrevik
Patrik Ringborg
Patrik RingborgJoakim Hovrevik

This is not only Mahler's longest symphony, it is also the longest in the entire symphony repertoire. In addition, it requires a large cast including contralto soloist, ladies choir, children's choir and a very large orchestra. Ironically, Mahler himself called it his "monster symphony". The symphony depicts nature in the broadest sense and the six movements indicate the story of Creation when God created the world in six days. The orchestral movement is full of variety, containing everything from magnificent march and exquisitely beautiful nocturne to innocent choir of angels. Mahler obtained the words from Friedrich Nietzsche and from the collection of German songs called Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Conductor, Patrik Ringborg, returns after having successfully unfurled the German orchestral splendour of Salome in 2011.

Katarina Karnéus 2
Katarina Karnéus, Mezzo sopranoMats Bäcker

Listen

Playing: Mahler: Symphony #3 In D Minor

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Information

The Autumn Orchestral Concert: GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911) - Symphony No. 3 in D-minor

  • Genre: Concert
  • Season: 2013/2014
  • First show: 21 Nov 2013
  • Last show: 21 Nov 2013
  • Location:

    Main Stage.

  • Length: 1 hour and 45 minutes without interval.

Autumn Orchestral Concert

Conductor   Patrik Ringborg
Soloist    Katarina Karnéus
The Göteborg Opera Ladies’ Chorus
The Göteborg Opera Childrens’ Chorus
The Göteborg Opera Orchestra
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