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Composer(s): Gustav Mahler
Work identifier: M99
Real Name: Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Display Name: Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Composed: c. 1899
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: Late-romantic
Instrumentation: Voice
Symphony Orchestra
Librettist(s): Arnim
Brentano
Performance Timing (guide): 6'35'' (approx.)
Mvt. 1Der Schildwache Nachtlied  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 2Verlor'ne Müh  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 3Trost im Unglück  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 4Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht?  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 5Das irdische Leben  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 6Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 7Rheinlegendchen  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 8Lied des Verfolgten im Turm  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 9Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 10Lob des hohen Verstandes  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 11Es sungen drei Engel  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 12Urlicht  (Voice, Symphony Orchestra)
Composer(s): Gustav Mahler
Recording identifier: M2147492008
Real Name: Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Display Name: Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Composed: c. 1899
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: Late-romantic
Instrumentation: Voice
Chamber Orchestra
Arrangement Name: Orchestration for mezzo and chamber ensemble
Librettist(s): Arnim
Brentano
Ensemble: Eastman Chamber Ensemble
Conductor: David Effron
Soloists: Jan DeGaetani (Soprano)
Label: Bridge
Catalogue Number: BCD 9017
CD Media ID: 2048
Recording Location: Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY
Recording Date: 1989
Mvt. 1Verlor'ne Müh (2'48'')
Mvt. 2Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? (1'53'')
Mvt. 3Rheinlegendchen (2'59'')
Mvt. 4Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen (7'18'')
Mvt. 5Lob des hohen Verstandes (2'34'')