Bernard Haitink conducts Mahler’s Third Symphony

Gustav Mahler’s Third Symphony is a musical exploration of the natural and human world that includes landscapes, animal and human voices, and the earthly and the transcendental. It ends with a hymn to love – both powerful and tender, and majestic and deeply human at the same time: one of the most moving final movements ever. Our recording documents a performance from 1990 with Bernard Haitink – one of the pioneers of the Mahler Renaissance of the last century.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Bernard Haitink

Florence Quivar

Ernst Senff Chor

Tölzer Knabenchor

Programme Guide

© 1990 EuroArts Music International

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