Daniel Harding conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 10

What if Mahler had not died in May 1911 at just 50 years of age? What if he had been able to complete the fragment of his 10th Symphony? This is the question musicologist Deryck Cooke asked himself, and created an intriguing reconstruction from the surviving sketches. In this concert from September 2013, the reconstruction is conducted by Daniel Harding.

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Daniel Harding

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