Austro-Bohemian composer Gustav Mahler was an influential composer of the late Romantic era whose works helped to bring music from the Romantic era of the late 1800s into the Modernism of the early 20th Century. Largely known for his symphonies of epic proportions, Mahler also greatly contributed to standard vocal repertoire by incorporating the solo voice with orchestra. He did, however, also write for solo voice and piano. International Music’s 24 Songs by Gustav Mahler is a collection of 24 of Mahler’s best vocal works for solo voice and piano spread across four volumes. In the first volume, pieces such as “Frühlingsmorgen” and “Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht?” are among the 6 Lieder (songs) featured. Any of these Lieder are great pieces for any singer looking to get some late Romantic German art songs in their repertoire.
Voice Type: Low Voice (Alto, Baritone, Bass, Mezzo Soprano)