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Mahler, Gustav

Arr. Snedecor, Phil


  • Ensemble: Trumpet, Organ and Cello
  • Genre: Classical
  • Grade: 4
  • Duration: 6.5 minutes
  • Catalog Number: AOS1153

Blumine originates from some incidental music Mahler wrote for Joseph Victor von Scheffel's dramatic poem Der Trompeter von Säckingen. Blumine translates to "floral", or "flower", and some say it was written for Johanna Richter, with whom Mahler was infatuated at the time. Blumine was rediscovered by Donald Mitchell in 1966, while doing research for his biography on Mahler. Benjamin Britten gave the first rediscovered performance of the Hamburg version in 1967, after it had been lost for over seventy years.

  • Trumpet in C
  • Cello
  • Organ

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