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Remembering Gustav Mahler

May 28, 1986

Recently editorialized on in your paper was the anniversary of the death of Gustav Mahler, whose cacophonous pieces have endarkened musical annals for decades. Mahler was rather more a twit than a composer. He was to music what Emperor Franz Josef was to politics, both lending hands to begin the disintegration of our present era.

JOHN E. SWANSON

Pasadena

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