Mahler hoy, en imágenes…

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Mahler hoy, en imágenes…

Mensaje  Moreno el 24/11/2010, 17:02

Debido a la pasión que muchos en este foro tenemos por la fotografía, abro este hilo para mostrar todo tipo de imágenes “actuales” relacionadas de un modo u otro con Mahler. Dibujos, pinturas, fotografías, imágenes de esculturas, de estatuas… que he recopilado de diversas fuentes. Así mismo, propongo que todos los que tengáis fotos interesantes relacionadas con el Mahler de hoy en día, utilicen este hilo para de este modo poder contar con una amplia e interesante exposición. Se tratará de un recorrido por Mahler visto a través de infinidad de imágenes captadas “actualmente” en distintas partes del mundo. Así pues, intentaré publicar regularmente una tanda en la que seguro descubrirán cosas nunca antes vistas, al igual que muchos de vosotros reconoceréis infinidad de muestras. Así mismo, intentaré colocar el texto original, en el caso de que lo hubiera, que acompaña a cada imagen, para tener una idea al respecto. Este es mi pequeño homenaje a Mahler para estos próximos 6 meses, concluyendo el 18 de mayo, fecha de su centenario. Un viaje mahleriano a través de imágenes. También sería interesante que fuéramos comentando las fotos que más nos gusten. Espero que lo disfrutéis.

No he querido organizar en grupos temáticos muchas de las imágenes, he preferido hacer el recorrido más entretenido, sorpresivo y espontáneo. Bueno, para comenzar, desde el pasado, una imagen conocida por todos pero a la que le tengo especial afecto, me parece maravillosa:

Gustav Mahler met Alma en dochtertjes Maria en Anna.
© Kaplan Foundation New York


Colored ink drawing on paper.


Gustav Mahler in black and white.
Settimana Mahleriana a Dobbiaco


Settimana mahleriana


Gustav Mahler a Dobbiaco


Dobbiaco (BZ), la statua di Gustav Mahler © Luca Ferrari


Mahler's funeral
The funeral of Gustav Mahler from "Alma" theater play in Vienna, directed by Paulus Manker


Mahler's funeral
The funeral of Gustav Mahler from "Alma" theater play in Vienna, directed by Paulus Manker


Largo Gustav Mahler
The piazza out front of Auditorium di Milano. Appropriately, when we were here, the MSO playeed a piece by Mahler


Gustav Mahler


Gustav Mahler
Ambigram of 'Gustav Mahler' (composer). I was kind of surprised to find this neat all caps solution. Especially converting the S to the larger part of the H was tricky. One of the more complex ambigrams I've done so far.
Created with GIMP.


Mahler Symphony of a Thousand conducted with the LA Philharmonic conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen at the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday September 9th, 2008


Mahler Symphony of a Thousand conducted with the LA Philharmonic conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen at the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday September 9th, 2008


Mahler Symphony of a Thousand conducted with the LA Philharmonic conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen at the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday September 9th, 2008


gustav mahler...




Floral Lion, Prague, Czech Republic
A decorative bracket under one of the bay windows of the Palac Ferona. The apartment house, whose name translates into Verona Palace, is located at Havlíčkova 11 in the Nové Město section of Praha, Česká Republika.
This building was also the birthplace of the Czech author, Franz Werfel. Werfel was a contemporary and colleague of Franz Kafka, Max Brod, Martin Buber, and other Jewish intellectuals who flourished in the first decades of the 20th century. He married Alma Mahler, Gustav Mahler's widow, after she divorced architect Walter Gropius. There is a monument with a bust attached to the side of the building that includes this inscription: "In this house was born on 10 September 1890 poet and writer Franz Werfel, friend of the world."


Valery Gergiev-Adagio
This is a painting about a concert which i have seen a few years ago.
Valery Gergiev conducted The Ninth symphony of Gustav Mahler.
The painting shows the last part-adagio-
of this great symphony.
Acrylic on canvas


Symphonie der 1.000
Aufführung zur 100. Uraufführung des Werkes von Gustav Mahler.
Dirigiert von Lorin Maazel.
2.500 Zuschauer, 1.300 Musiker.
Kulturhaupstadt 2010.
Kraftzentrale im Landschaftspark in Duisburg


TRAGIC TITAN [2010]
Inspired by Gustav Mahler's First and Sixth Symphonies. 30 x 30 inches. Oil and acrylic paint on canvas.


Inside Staatsoper (Opera)
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was offered the directorship of the Vienna Opera in 1897. He was there until 1907 and joined New York Philharmonic in 1909. Where the Gustav Mahler's portrait hanged today was once where his office was.


MAHLER, Gustav




Gustav Mahler komponierhäuschen


Hommage an Gustav Mahler
by Martin Matschinsky, 1982


Hommage an Gustav Mahler
by Martin Matschinsky, 1982


Czechoslovakia Jewish Stamps


Czechoslovakia Jew Gustav Mahler Musician


Mahler (as in Gustav)
The cup that runs over. This was given me by a friend who shares my enthusiasm for the composer. It bears the composer's signiture.


Mahler 6 - Philips Symphony Orchestra
One of the famous 'hammer-blows' in the last/fourth movement of Gustav Mahler's sixth symphony.
This movement is characterized by drastic changes in mood and tempo, the sudden change of glorious soaring melody to deep pounded agony, and it is punctuated by three hammer blows.
Music Centre Frits Philips - Eindhoven, The Netherlands;
Muziekcentrum Frits Philips - Eindhoven, Nederland 26 nov. 2006.
(Photo Philips Symphony Orchestra)


Anna Justine Mahler (15 June 1904 – 3 June 1988) was an Austrian sculptor.
The daughter of the composer Gustav Mahler and his wife Alma Schindler.


Anna Justine Mahler (15 June 1904 – 3 June 1988) was an Austrian sculptor.
The daughter of the composer Gustav Mahler and his wife Alma Schindler.


Mahler Visionized / Ars Electronica Futurelab / Johannes Deutsch (2005)
The Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT) again collaborated with artist Johannes Deutsch (AT) on a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony Nr. 2 in C minor as an interactive visualization in three-dimensional space. This work, commissioned by WDR, Western Germany’s public broadcasting station, premiered on January 1, 2006 to kick off WDR’s 50th anniversary year. The Cologne Philharmonic’s performance got rave reviews for its visionary staging in a new dimension. For WDR’s live broadcast, Futurelab staffers worked out a concept in which the interactive environment is captured by four virtual cameras.
credit: Ars Electronica Futurelab





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Una muestra que vale la pena

Mensaje  carlos pareja obregon el 24/11/2010, 19:24

Amigo Moreno. Muy artística y bienvenida iniciativa la tuya.
Ya en esta primera presentación, veo algunas fotos interesantes.
Desde la fotografñia propiamente, a la muestra de cultura que estais viviendo estos días por allí, que siempre nos resulta ilustrativa a quienes no compartimos a diario aquel mundo.
Mis beneplácitos y que sigan apareciendo Smile

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