Several pages of links to videos of Mahle's music, including solo, chamber, orchestral, and vocal works. This is not limited to guitar, and, in fact, is mostly non-guitar compositions. Great resource to discover the great depth and expanse of Mahle's prolific output. NOTE: Once you get to the website, click the green arrow near the bottom right of the page to see more videos.
This link will do a search of YouTube videos of Mahle's music, not limited to guitar. There are many pages of videos on YouTube which will provide a great opportunity to listen to many of Mahle's works. You will notice a wide variety of musicians, amateur and professional. Mahle is the director of a music school and many of his compositions are intended as pedagogical works.
ERNST MAHLE: 55 YEARS OF MUSICAL LEGACY IN BRAZIL
AND A PEDAGOGICAL OVERVIEW OF HIS WORKS FOR PIANO SOLO
Excellent resource on Ernst Mahle. Contains a biography, chronology, aesthetics and philosophical conceptions, discussion of Mahle's piano compositions, references, and other information.
Free downloads of PDF versions of Ernst Mahle's piano music: Vamos Maninha, As Musicas da Cecília, As Melodias da Cecília, Sonatina 1973, Suite Carimbo- Jacare, Ponteio 1972, Cuco e o Burro, Concertino Limoeiro, Concertino 1974, Variacoes Nordestina.
Ernst Mahle: Legacy in Brazil and His Works for Piano
A hand out from a lecture/recital given by João Paulo Casarotti (with assistance from Clement Acevedo) on June 11th, 2010, that includes a copy of the program, a chronology of Mahle, an outline of Mahle's aesthetic and philogophical conceptions, excerpts of the printed music and notes regarding Mahle's piano music, a detailed list of Mahle's piano music (solo, four hands, chamber music, songs, solo with orchestra, etc.), and a bibliography.
Article by Eliana Asano Ramos and Maria José Dias Carrasqueira de Moraes, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
The interaction of text and music and its implication on the performance of the song O Pato (1993) by Ernst Mahle
Four-page article discussing a song by Ernst Mahle. Contains one paragraph of biographical information and four references.
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