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Composer(s): Gustav Mahler (07 May 1860 - 18 May 1911)
Work identifier: M120
Real Name: Symphony No. 5
Display Name: Symphony No. 5
Nick Name: Death in Venice
Key: C sharp minor
Composed: c. 1901
Revised: 1905
First Performed: 18 Oct 1904
Genre: Orchestral
Genre Type: Symphony
Period: Late-romantic
Instrumentation: Symphony Orchestra
Performance Timing (guide): 3'37'' (approx.)
Mvt. 1Trauermarsch  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 2Sturmisch bewegt  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 3Scherzo  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 4Adagietto  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 5Rondo Finale  (Symphony Orchestra)
Composer(s): Gustav Mahler (07 May 1860 - 18 May 1911)
Recording identifier: M2147490439
Real Name: Symphony No. 5
Display Name: Symphony No. 5
Nick Name: Death in Venice
Key: C sharp minor
Composed: c. 1901
Revised: 1905
First Performed: 18 Oct 1904
Genre: Orchestral
Genre Type: Symphony
Period: Late-romantic
Instrumentation: Symphony Orchestra
Ensemble: Utah Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Maurice Abravanel
Label: Artemis-Vanguard
Catalogue Number: ATM-CD-1220
CD Media ID: 5818
Recording Location: Mormon Tabenacle, Salt Lake City, Utah
Recording Date: 1974
Mvt. 1Trauermarsch (10'55'')
Mvt. 2Sturmisch bewegt (12'41'')
Mvt. 3Scherzo (15'52'')
Mvt. 4Adagietto (8'7'')
Mvt. 5Rondo Finale (14'12'')