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Mahler's Resurrection

From the April, 2005 issue

What sort of "resurrection" is Mahler's Second Symphony? Well, the agony of its opening Funeral March, the charm of its Lndler, the irony of its Scherzo, and the simple faith of its Folk Song all lead to the finale's cataclysmic Apocalypse — the end of the world as we know it. And then, after the Apocalypse, comes the Resurrection: the

 
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