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  1. Symphony No. 8 in E flat major Closing scene from Goethe's Faust, Part II • Gerettet ist das edle Glied Mimi Coertse (Soprano), Hilde Zadek (Soprano), Ira Malaniuk (Alto), Lucretia West (Alto), Giuseppe Zampieri (Tenor), Hermann Prey (Baritone), Otto Edelmann (Bass), Dimitri Mitropoulos Wiener Philharmoniker, Wiener Sängerknaben.
  2. Goethe's Faust is rarely performed in the English theatre. The work is too arcane and often disturbs and confuses its audiences, also the stage effects, particularly the transformation scenes in Part II, are so difficult to stage convincingly, that it is no surprise that directors and theatrical managers steer clear of this classic work.
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  4. Part II: Closing scene from Goethe's Faust Mahler's manuscript score for the Chorus Mysticus, which provides the triumphant conclusion to the Eighth Symphony The second part of the symphony follows the narrative of the final stages in Goethe's poem—the journey of Faust's soul, rescued from the clutches of Mephistopheles, on to its final.
  5. Part II Act I Scene II: The Emperor’s Castle: The Throne Room [go to translation]. The re-born Faust will now appear at the Emperor’s Court, and Goethe has portrayed for us an Empire (based on the Holy Roman Empire) corroded by its essential frivolity, and in a state of disorder.
  6. Part II: Closing scene from Goethe's Faust The second part of the symphony follows the narrative of the final stages in Goethe's poem—the journey of Faust's soul, rescued from the clutches of Mephistopheles, on to its final ascent into heaven.
  7. Part 2: Act V: Burial Scene; Part 2: Act V: Mountain-Gorges, Forest, Cliff, Wilderness; Character Analysis; Faust; Mephistopheles; Gretchen; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Biography; Critical Essays; The Relationship of the Two Parts of Faust; Theatrical Productions of Faust; The Main Theme of Faust — A Metaphysical Quest; Faust and Romanticism.
  8. The second section of Mahler's Symphony No. 8 () sets the text of the final scene of part II of Goethe's Faust. Part I is based on the Latin text of a 9th-century Christian hymn for Pentecost, Veni creator spiritus ("Come, Creator Spirit"), and Part II is a setting of the words from the closing scene of Goethe's Faust.

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