The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra presents Mahler’s The Song of the Earth, which Leo Bernstein called the composer’s “greatest symphony”
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$30 for one dress-circle ticket
ASO Presents Mahler’s The Song of the Earth
In 1907, Mahler lost his position as Director of the Vienna Court Opera, his daughter to scarlet fever, and his confidence in his health due to a congenital heart defect. He wrote to his friend Bruno Walter, “With one stroke I have lost everything I have gained in terms of who I thought I was.” The following year a volume of ancient Chinese poetry was translated into German and Mahler found solace in the words he found there. He chose seven of those poems, set them to music, and created what Leonard Bernstein called his “greatest symphony.”