Berliner Philharmoniker Competion

YOu still have time, until 30 sept, to enter you personal remix of gusta mahler music.
Host of the competition is world renowed orchestra Berliner Philharmoniker

he musical focus of our competition is the music of Gustav Mahler. He was an Austrian composer born in 1860, an extraordinary conductor and a composer writing music that reflected his difficult childhood, his life and loves as well as his ever searching quest to understand the meaning of life. He wrote nine complete symphonies, and represented at the the turn of the century the cusp of the late romantic period as well as the breakaway to searching for new forms and means of expression. His First Symphony is devoted to expressing the connections between nature and the turbulences of life and love. He died at the age of 51 in 1911 in Vienna.

Now in 2011, commemorating a hundred years since Mahler died, the Berliner Philharmoniker invite you to create your own remix of the sound tracks from the first movement of Symphony No.1 by Gustav Mahler, which we have uploaded on the site for you. You simply enter the SoundCloud site and upload your final remix by 30 September to the site.

Using the stems uploaded here, use some or parts thereof, as well as your own musical ideas on the subject and enter the Remix Contest_Berliner Philharmoniker.

All entries should be submitted by 30 September 2011. As a guideline, entries can be ca. 3-5 minutes long. The prizewinner will be announced and notified on 4 October. Entering the contest requires you however to first read the rules of the competition and agree to the conditions of entry.

Please read the rules and then agree by ticking the box under submit before uploading files!

Click here and enter the contest

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