For some people his music seems coarse
Wake Forest, N.C. (Vocus) July 6, 2010
WCPE Music Director William Woltz announces a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Gustav Mahler’s birth. The three day event starts with Symphony no. 1 (Titan) on July 5 on Monday Night at the Symphony and continues with Symphony no. 5 on July 6. The conclusion coincides with his birthday, July 7, and a performance of Symphony no. 9.
“The music of Gustav Mahler is an acquired taste,” says Woltz. “For some people his music seems coarse,” he continues. “His work reflects his brief life,” adds Woltz.”Which was a series of crises and triumphs.”
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