- Joseph Haydn 1732–1809
Symphony No. 87 in A major
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756–1791
Concert aria 'Ah, lo previdi', K272 Concert aria 'Ah, lo previdi', K272 Also known as: Aria 'Ah, lo previdi', K 272
- Gustav Mahler 1860–1911
Symphony No 4 in G major
Mahler’s Fourth Symphony
Described as “a work for children and those who will become children”, Mahler’s song-like Fourth Symphony culminates in a representation of a child’s view of Heaven for soprano, sung here by Ailish Tynan. Its light, graceful spirit is also reflected in Haydn’s earthly good humour, and Mozart’s first great concert aria, with its meltingly beautiful central section.
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