Mahler / Ensemble Can't Tell It - Symphony No. 4 In G Major Arranged For Chamber | RECORD STORE DAY

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Erwin Stein, a disciple of Arnold Schoenberg, arranged Gustav Mahler's Fourth Symphony for a chamber ensemble. The premiere was given in 1921 with Schoenberg conducting at one of his famous Society for Private Musical Performances in Vienna. Stein had known Mahler and gained a deep understanding of his compositional processes. In this arrangement he sought to highlight the symphony's chamber texture and restore it's tone colours.