Jonathan Carr’s Mahler: A Life

At our May 2016 meeting we will discuss Bill Hagens’ selection:

Jonathan Carr, Mahler: A Life, Overlake Press, 1998. (Also published as Mahler: A biography and The Real Mahler)

Bill provides the following information about his selection
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As we proceed, I’ll comment on Mahler’s life and music with specific links to YouTube availability.

My job will be not only to inform but also to entertain. I hope I succeed.

Cheers,
Bill

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About Ron Boothe

I am a retired professor of psychology living in Tacoma Washington USA.
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3 Responses to Jonathan Carr’s Mahler: A Life

  1. Bill Hagens says:

    I’ve learned it’s difficult getting Carr’s book on Mahler. And apparently, it’s not on kindle.

    Norman LeBrecht’s Why Mahler?: How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed Our World is a good alternative and it is on kindle.
    Bill

  2. Bill Hagens says:

    Click here for a word file that contains links to all of Mahler’s music with annotations to works specific to our discussions.
    Bill

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