• Mahler - What The Morning Bell Tells Me from Symphony No. 3 for 12-part Trombone Choir

Mahler - What The Morning Bell Tells Me from Symphony No. 3 for 12-part Trombone Choir

Composer: Mahler

Arranger: Wand

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Mahler composed his 3rd Symphony in the summers of 1893 and 1894 in Steinbach on the Attersee near Salzburg. He spent most of his days those two summers composing in a tiny hut built to his specifications where he could compose in the meadow on the shore of the lake - undisturbed.

Movement 5, What The Morning Bell Tells Me includes the voices of women's chorus, children and alto soloist and is a relatively short 4-minute bright rowdy episode, full of laughing voices, bells and angels.

Ohad Wand arranged this great music for 12-part Trombone Choir while studying at the Eastman School of Music and it was subsequently beautifully recorded by the Eastman Trombone Choir, directed by Dr. John Marcellus.

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