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    Understanding Mahler's Sixth Symphony Continued from Part 1. Analysis The finale opens with a low C. A disembodied seventh chord (like that in the scherzo) is greeted by a flurry of string tremolos and harp glissandi. A melody in the strings begins tentatively with an upwards leap of an...
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    Understanding Mahler's Sixth Symphony IV. Finale Owing to the length of this movement, the analysis has been separated into its own entry. Form Introduction 0:00~0:41 Introductory fanfare (C minor->A minor) 0:41~2:52 Thematic fragments (A minor) 2:52~5:04 Chorale, theme (C minor->G minor->C...
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