Table of Contents
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My Blog: Opens a new window or tab to view David Pickett’s blog at WordPress.com.
Biography: The home page of the website, with a brief biography of David Pickett and many links.
Résumé: A brief résumé.
Curriculum Vitae: A full Curriculum Vitae.
Conducting: A listing of the ensembles that David Pickett has conducted and his repertoire.
Recording: Information about many of the recordings that David Pickett has worked on. Links enable some of these recordings to be played.
Teaching: David Pickett’s teaching career is described in detail with links to some of his students.
Writing: A listing of David Pickett’s publications on music and audio recording, with links to some of them.
Mahler Research: A description of David Pickett’s research into the composer/conductor Gustav Mahler. There are many links on this page to other pages on the site, including multi-media presentations.
Music and Audio Research: This page contains links to pages on this website detailing David Pickett’s other research.
Other Pages: multimedia essays
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“Klezmer Musik” in Mahler’s First Symphony
• The Offstage Band in Mahler’s Second Symphony
• The Earliest Recording of Mahler’s Second Symphony
• The “Impossible” Oboe Glissandi in Mahler’s Third Symphony
• Interpreting the Beginning of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony
• Orchestral Balance in Jascha Horenstein’s Mahler Recordings
• Glissandi in Mahler’s Fourth and Fifth Symphonies
• The Naked Note in the Scherzo of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony
• Dynamics in the Finale of Mahler’s Sixth Symphony
• Some of Mahler’s changes to Beethoven’s Overture, zur Weihe des Hauses
• Mahler the Conductor and his “Editions”
• The IGMG Edition of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Mahler’s Retuschen
• The National Symphony Orchestra’s 2000 Beethoven/Mahler Festival
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