Mahler Translations

Mahler Translations

By Tim Leasure

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2010-02-11
  • Current Version: 2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.88 MB
  • Developer: Tim Leasure
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 109 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $3.99
Mahler Translations App Ratings: 5
5
Total 109 Reviews

Mahler Translations App Description

Mahler Translations contains over 2300 English translations of the German words and phrases found in the symphonic works of Gustav Mahler. Now contains complete and alphabetized translations for each work that you can share with your orchestra members! ******Named one of the top five apps for classical music in 2011 by New York Classical Radio (WQXR)!!!*****

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Mahler Translations App Reviews

  • Perfect!

    5
    By BestNicknameEVAR
    I haven't yet found a Mahler term that was not in this app. Excellent.
  • Great for conductors!

    5
    By MIEVO
    Easy to use and plentiful, accurate.
  • Best app for music majors

    5
    By jonholloway
    If you are thinking about working in mahler or Strauss excerpts without this app, think again. Using the Mahler Translations app has saved me not only time, but many headaches and a lot of frustrations. With this app, you'll know exactly what those guys wanted, and you'll impress your teacher with your knowledge of German musical terms! BUY THIS APP!!!
  • Revealing

    5
    By Toms MacBook
    Simply to read through Mahler's shadings of meaning is like having an thesaurus of his emotional intentions. Bravo!
  • Extremely helpful

    5
    By JTBtrpt
    This app has made learning Mahler so much easier and less confusing. Thank you!!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Violaesm
    Literally includes every iteration/transmutation of words I have found in Mahler 7.
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Nathan Gonzales
    So helpful!
  • WSO

    5
    By Second violin
    Very clear and useful. You might consider also displaying phrases in the sequence in which they appear.

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