Der Abschied / The Farewell


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  1. The farewell. Der Abschied. Key: C minor to C Major. Schwer. (Heavy). After Chinese poets: Mong Kao Yen and Wang Wei. Voice: Alto (or Baritone). Solo: Mandolin, harp, celesta. Duration: 31 minutes. The final movement is nearly as long as the previous five movements combined. Its text is drawn from two different poems, both involving the theme.
  2. the closing main piece “Der Abschied” (“The Farewell”), breathing shattering tragedy through restrained austerity. In between stand, as contrasts, the graceful idyll “Von der Jugend” (“Of Youth”) and the powerfully blossoming “Von der Schönheit” (“Of Beauty”). Life and longing.
  3. Jan 20, · The remaining songs are Der Einsame im Herbst (The Lonely One in Autumn), derived from text by Chang-Tsi (Qian Qi), and Der Abschied (The Farewell). Der Abschied is derived from two poems: Mong Kao-Jen’s (Meng Haoran) In Erwartung des Freundes (Expecting a Friend) and Wang Wei’s Der Abschied des Freundes (The Friend’s Farewell).
  4. Apr 19,  · This is the final movement of Gustav Mahler's "Das Lied von der Erde" (The Song of the Earth), entitled "Der Abschied" (The Farewell). It is conducted by Otto Klemperer with the New Philharmonia Orchestra; the soloist is Christa Ludwig (). A previous post on this site communicated some of Theodor W. Adorno's comments on the.
  5. The colossal finale of the symphony, known as Der Abschied (The Farewell) – with its dirge-like passages, central funeral-march episode, and dark C-minor tonality – has long been understood as a more or less autobiographical farewell to life, the forbearing reconciliation with an ecstatic, quintessentially romantic death.
  6. “Der Abschied” (“The Farewell”) constitutes almost half the work. Here Mahler made a conflation of two poems. The first is by Mong Kao‑Jen; the second, beginning with “Er stieg vom Pferd,” is the work of Wang Wei. These eighth-century poets were themselves friends who .
  7. Farewell in the Mountain Bid each other farewell in the mountain Closing wooden gate at dusk Spring grass green again next year* Will the honored friend return? * This poem, also written by Wang Wei, shows only partial resemblance to the text in Der Abschied. The only part that matches this poem is "Blüht auf im Lenz und grünt aufs neu!".

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