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Mahler / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle - Symphony No. 10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-74) album

Mahler / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle - Symphony No. 10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-74) album
Performer: Mahler
Title: Symphony No. 10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-74)
Released: 1980
Style: Romantic
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 591
Formats: MP3 AA AU AC3 WAV AU ADX
MP3 size: 1340 mb
FLAC size: 1411 mb

Tracklist

Symphony No. 10, Performing Version Of The Draft Prepared By Deryck Cooke
A 1st Movement: Adagio
B.1 2nd Movement: Scherzo
B.2 3rd Movement: Purgatorio (Allegro Moderato)
C 4th Movement: Scherzo
D 5th Movement: Finale

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Southampton Guildhall
  • Record Company – EMI

Credits

  • Composed By – Mahler*
  • Conductor – Simon Rattle*
  • Engineer [Balance] – Michael Sheady
  • Orchestra – Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
  • Orchestrated By [Performing Version By] – Deryck Cooke
  • Producer [Recording] – John Willan

Notes

Recorded on 10-12 June, 1980 in the Guildhall, Southampton.

Recorded in association with Grundig.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLS 5206, ASD 3958 Mahler* / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle* Mahler* / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle* - Symphony No. 10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-74) ‎(2xLP, Album + Box) His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice SLS 5206, ASD 3958 UK 1980
DSB-3909 Mahler* / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle* Mahler* / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle* - Symphony No. 10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-74) ‎(2xLP, Gat) Angel Records DSB-3909 US 1980
TC-SLS 5206, 257-07 428T, TC2-SLS 5206 Mahler* - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* Mahler* - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* - Symphony No.10 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-1974) ‎(Cass, Album, Dol + Box) His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice TC-SLS 5206, 257-07 428T, TC2-SLS 5206 UK 1980
CDC 7 54406 2 Mahler* : Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* Mahler* : Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* - Symphonie No.10 ‎(CD, Album) EMI Classics CDC 7 54406 2 Europe 1992
CDC 7 54406 2 Mahler*, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* Mahler*, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle* - Symphonie No.10 ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI Classics CDC 7 54406 2 US 1992

Mahler - Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle - Symphony N. 0 (Revised Performing Version By Deryck Cooke, 1966-1974) ‎(Cass, Album, Dol + Box). His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice. TC-SLS 5206, 257-07 428T, TC2-SLS 5206.

Recorded on 10-12 June, 1980 in the Guildhall, Southampton. Recorded in association with Grundig. Box set with 2 LP albums and a 12 page booklet.

Symphony No 10 by Gustav Mahler (Revised performing version of Mahler's draft prepared 166-74 by Deryck Cooke in colaboration with Berthold Goldschmidt, Colin Matthews and David Matthews). 1. Adagio 2. Scherzo 3. Purgatorio (Allegretto moderato) 4. (Scherzo) 5. Finale Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Simon Rattle, conductor.

Mahler "Symphony No 10 (Cooke version)" Simon Rattle Clip Video - Symphony No 10 by Gustav Mahler (Revised performing version of Mahler's draft prepared 166-74 by Deryck Cooke in colaboration with Berthold Goldschmidt, Colin Matthews and David Matthews).

He was not the first to do so.

Mahler: Symphony No. 10 has been added to your Cart. This was one of Simon Rattle's first major recordings, made before he became music director of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and it remains one of his best interpretively. The Bournemouth 10th was recorded, I believe, in 1979 or80, and the BPO in late Sept. It was recorded in live concerts in the Philharmonie.

Symphony No. 10 by Gustav Mahler was written in the summer of 1910, and was his final composition. At the time of Mahler's death the composition was substantially complete in the form of a continuous draft, but not fully elaborated or orchestrated, and thus not performable. Only the first movement is regarded as reasonably complete and performable as Mahler intended.

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