||Zehnte Symphonie (unfinished)
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||F-sharp minor / F-sharp major
- I. Adagio: 275 bars drafted in orchestral and short score
- II. Scherzo – Finale: 521 bars drafted in orchestral and short score
- III. Purgatorio oder
Inferno. Allegro moderato
- 144 bars drafted in short score, the first 30 bars also drafted in orchestral score
- IV. Der Teufel tanzt es mit mir: 580 bars drafted in short score
- V. Finale: 400 bars drafted in short score
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1924-10-12 in Vienna (movements 1 and 3)
- Franz Schalk (conductor), orchestra of the Vienna State Opera
1960-12-19 in London (5 movements, with incomplete realisations of II, IV, and V by Deryck Cooke)
- Philharmonia Orchestra, Berthold Goldschmidt (conductor)
1964-08-13 in London, Royal Albert Hall, Proms (complete, in Cooke’s 1st performing edition)
- London Symphony Orchestra, Berthold Goldschmidt (conductor)
||1924 - Vienna: Paul Zsolnay Verlag (ed. Richard Specht)
- (incomplete manuscript facsimiles)
1951 - New York: Associated (ed. Otto Jokl)
- (reissue of the 1924 edition of Adagio and Purgatorio by Krenek with modifications by Berg and either Schalk or Zemlinsky, unapproved by Krenek)
1967 - Munich: Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft (ed. Erwin Ratz)
- (incomplete publication of manuscript facsimiles, 40 additional folios)
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|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
- piccolo, 4 flutes, 4 oboes, 4 clarinets (B♭, A, 1 also E♭)
- 3 bassoons, 2 contrabassoons
- 4 horns (F) 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, tuba
timpani (2 sets), tam tam, large muted field drum, harp, strings
Symphony No.10 - scores at Sheet Music Plus
||This work was never completed by the composer. *The surviving orchestration does not specify a English horn, bass clarinet, bass drum, cymbals, and triangle, although Mahler regularly used these instruments in his other symphonies. See discussion of manuscripts, etc.