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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.

THE TOTAL WORK OF ART: MAHLER'S EIGHTH SYMPHONY IN CONTEXT, hg. v. Elisabeth Kappel, Wien - London - New York 2011 (Studien zur Wertungsforschung 52), ISBN 978-3-7024-7075-3. Federico Celestini, Andreas Dorschel: ARBEIT AM KANON. sthetische Studien zur Musik von Haydn bis Webern, Wien - London - New York 2010 (Studien zur Wertungsforschung 51), ISBN 978-3-7024-6967-2.

The Mahler chapter is superb, with consideration of the original version of the First Symphony and the unfinished Tenth Symphony framing a chronological discussion of the works

The Mahler chapter is superb, with consideration of the original version of the First Symphony and the unfinished Tenth Symphony framing a chronological discussion of the works. Steinberg includes all texts and translations of vocal movements and places even isolated works (such as Górecki's wholly atypical Third Symphony) in context. Absent is the clubby tone that infects classical music programming on public radio, and readers will not need to follow scores to understand Steinberg's points.

Kappel Total Work of Art: Mahler's Eighth Symphony in Context. These letters provide a detailed and multi-faceted picture of the composer, ranging from contract negotiations to the discussion of strategically distributing promotional copies of his works. To hear the true voice of Mahler in this text is truly an extraordinary experience.

McColl, Sandra, ‘Max Kalbeck and Gustav Mahler’, 19th-Century Music 20 (1996), 167–84. McConkey, Kenneth, Memory and Desire: Painting in Britain and Ireland at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002.

Carnegie Hall: Mahler’s Sixth Symphony and Schubert’s Sixth Symphony (2003), Music of Pleasure and Pain: The Evolution of Viennese Lyricism, program book for the New World Symphony, under Michael Tilson Thomas (April 2008).