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Symphony No. 10 in F sharp
The comprehensive five-movement sketch, representing Mahler's fairly complete first conception, rendered for the first time into full score and introduced by DERYCK COOKE
Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader. Hugh Bean
Conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt
Complete: fully composed and almost fully scored by Mahler
Four extracts, comprising the main thematic groups and cornerstones of the movement, almost fully composed and scored by Mahler
Full-length sketch: almost fully composed, and one page fully scored by Mahler; the remainder realised from the four-stave score with its detailed indications of instrumentation
Three extracts, comprising the main sections-beginning, middle, and end--of the movement; orchestrated from the texturally incomplete sketch, with its few indications of instrumentation
Full-length sketch: almost fully composed by Mahler; the four-stave score conjecturally realised as a full score


Introduced By: Deryck Cooke
Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Berthold Goldschmidt

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