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Mahler (arr. Lee): Symphony No. 4 in G Major

Instrumentation: 1d1. 1d1. 2d Eflat & bass cl. 1 - 2. 1. 0. 0 - 2 (3) perc. 1 hrp - str. This arrangement of Mahler's most intimate orchestral work can be performed by a chamber orchestra of approximately 26 to 34 players. The arrangement remains very faithful to Mahler's original and is ideal for professional chamber orchestras, academic conducting programs, student conductor concerts, or whenever the full orchestral forces required for the original are not present. Reviews: “Illuminating.....with solos leaping out in unusually bold detail.” Steve Smith, New York Times Click link below to purchase full score online. Performance material available for hire. Please email for all rental inquiries.

138 Fl. 18

138 Fl. 18 p f` Ob. pp Cl. I (B) Fag. pp Hr. I (F) Hf. pp S. tüm - mel hört man nicht im Him mel! - Lebt Al - les in sanf - te - ster Ruh', in Vl. I 3 3 3 3 3 3 *) nur wenn die Singstimme fehlt Vl. II mit Dämpfer arco pp Vla. Vc. pizz. 3 3 3 3 pp Cb. pp

Fl. 22 pp 25 Fliessend p etwas hervortretend 139 Ob. dim. pp Cl. I (B) pp dim. pp p staccatiss. Cl. II (B) Fag. Clar. in B pp pp pp dim. p staccatiss. dim. pp p staccatiss. Hr. I (F) Hr. II (F) S. sanf - - - te - ster Ruh'! pp Wir füh - ren ein eng - li - sches Vl. I pp Vl. II p sf pp pp ppp Dämpfer ab Vla. arco pp Vc. Cb.

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