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This, the fourth movement of his fifth symphony, is arguably Mahler's most famous single piece of music and is the most frequently performed extract from Mahler's works. It is perhaps best known for its use in the 1971 Luchino Visconti film Death in Venice. However, it was frequently performed on its own before then, chiefly because in the early 20th century music programmers did not believe whole Mahler symphonies would be acceptable to audiences. lots more on wikipedia

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  • Avatar for Kroplarak
    uspokoiły się fale moich złych emocji
  • Avatar for Viejo53
    One of the greatest classic works ever!
  • Avatar for Bazooka-Klassik
    Word ... hanif-class
  • Avatar for Lorie1966
    superb! There is nothing like it !
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  • Avatar for rebeccalpowers
    I love it and my plants do too., THANK YOU !!!!!!!
  • Avatar for clanscot
    Do agree hanif-class.
  • Avatar for hanif-class
    Makes me wonder how many others would grow to love this music, if they set aside a little time in their busy lives to listen to it.
  • Avatar for Richie57
    It's almost too beautiful....
  • Avatar for wycedriver
    Moving and inspirational. Beautiful.

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