Resurrection Symphony. Sub-title of Mahler's Sym. No.2 in C minor (1888–94, rev. 1910) because finale is setting for sop. and alto soloists, ch., and orch. of the ‘Resurrection’ (Aufersteh'n) chorale by Klopstock (1724–1803).
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