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Works by Composer BRUCKNER, ANTON

"Study" Symphony in f. Adagio for Strings in G♭ (arr. Oeser, from String Quintet in f)

Vladimir Ashkenazy 

2 Aequali

Septura 
Septura
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

4 Motets

Septura 
Septura
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Aequale (1847)

Malcolm Forsyth 

Aequale for Three Trombones

Paul Schreckenberger & his Trombone Ens 

Afferentur regi

Petr Fiala  

Andante

American Hn Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
American Hn Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
American Hn Qrt
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Apollo March

Kazuyoshi Akiyama
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Ave Maria

Potsdam Tower Brass 
Vienna Boys’ Choir 
Christopher Monks 

Ave Maria (1856)

Petr Fiala  

Ave Maria (1861)

Heinrich-Schütz-Kreis Berlin 

Ave Maria (1861). 2 Aequalen for 3 Trombones. Mass in C (“Wíndhaager“). Afferentur regi virgines. Pange lingua (1868). Inveni David. Tota pulchra es Maria. Ave Maria (1882). Locus iste. Os justi. Christus factus est (1884). Salvum fac populum tuum. Virga Jesse. Ecce sacerdos magnus. Tantum ergo (1888). Vexillä regis

Hans-Christoph Rademann 

Ave Maria (1861). Tota puledra es Maria. Christus factus est. Os justi. Afferenter regi. Pange lingua. Ecce sacerdos. Locus iste. Tantum ergo. Vexillä regis. Invent David. Ave Maria (1856). Libera me. Virga Jesse

Barbara Hoene 

Ave Maria. Locus iste. Christus factus est

Peter Marschik 

Ave Maria. Locus iste. Os Justi. Christus factus est. Virga Jesse

Terje Kvam 

Ave Maria. Windhaag Mass. Six Motets: Ave Maria; Afferentur regi; Tota pulchra es, Maria; Os justi; Christus factus est; Ecce sacerdos magnus. Symphony No. 7: Adagio

Miloš Bok  

Choral Works

Robert Shewan 

Christus factus est

John Scott 

Christus Factus Est. Locus Iste

Westfälisches Posaunenquartet 

Christus factus est. Pange lingua

Marcus Creed 

Das deutsche Lied. Ave Maria. Abendzauber

Timothy Seelig 

Ecce sacerdos magnus

Petr Fiala  
Eugen Jochum 

Ecce sacerdos magnus. Das deutsche Lied. Tota pulchra es Maria. Trösterin Musik. Afferentur regi. Vexillä regis prodeunt. Christus factus est pro nobis. Os justi meditabitur. Virga Jesse floruit. Ave Maria I (1856). Ave Maria II (1861 ). Ave Maria III (for baritone and organ, 1882)

Kathleen Miller 

Ecce sacerdos magnus. Vexillä regis. Christus factus est. Pange lingua. Inveni David. Locus iste. Os l'usti. Afferentur regi. Virga Jesse floruit. Tota puledra es. Ave Maria. Aequale I and II

Bruno Kalberer 

Erinnerung

Leslie Howard 
Leslie Howard 
Fumiko Shiraga 

Fantasia in G

Fumiko Shiraga 

Fantasie in G

Stanislav Khristenko 

Fantasy in G, WAB 118

Stanislav Khristenko 

Five Motets: Ave Maria, Christus factus est; Tota pulchra; Virga Jesse; Os Justi

Herbert Böck 

Gebet und Halleluja

Gerson Raabe 

Helgoland

Wyn Morris 
Daniel Barenboim 

Improvisation Bad Ischi. Symphony No. “0“: Andante. Prelude in E♭. Prelude in D Minor. Postlude in D Minor. Fugue in D Minor. Symphony No. 6: Adagio. Student Symphony: Scherzo. First Prelude. Second Prelude. Third Prelude. Fourth Prelude. Prelude in C (“Perg“). Prelude and Fugue in C Minor

Erwin Horn 

Improvisationsskizze Bad Ischl. Andante in d. Postlude in d. Prelude and Fugue in c. Fugue in d. Prelude in c

Gerd Schaller 

Klavierstück in E♭

Fumiko Shiraga 

Lancer-Quadrille. Steiermarker. Quadrille fur Klavier zu 4 Händen. Drei kleine Stucke fur Klavier zu 4 Handen. Klavierstuck in E♭. Sonatensatz in G Minor. Stille Betrachtung an einem Herbstabend. Fantaisie. Erinnerung

Wolfgang Brunner 

Libera me

Petr Fiala  
Georg Grun 

Locus iste

David Russell 
Jesper Grove Jørgensen 
Eckhard Weyand 

Locus iste a Deo factus est. Os justi meditabitur. Afferentur regí. Ave Maria. Vexiüa regis. Ecce sacerdos nuignus. Tota pulchra es. Virga Jesse floruit. Pange lingua. Inveni David. Christus factus est pro nobis

Philip Salmon 

Locus iste. Afferenter regi. Ave maria (1861). Pange lingua (1843). Pange lingua (1868). Ave maria (1856). Tantum ergo (1846/88, in C). Tantum ergo (1846/88, in Ab). Libera me. Os iusti. Virga jesse. Vexilla regis. Christus factus est. Tota pulchra es Maria. Ecce sacerdos magnus

Josef Pancik 

Locus iste. Ave Maria. Mass No. 2 in E Minor

Ingemar Månsson 

Locus iste. Os justi

Rupert Huber 

Locus iste. Os justi. Afferentur regi. Ave Maria. Vexillä regis. Ecce sacerdos magnus. Tota pulchra es. Virga Jesse floruit. Pange lingua. Inveni David. Christus factus est

Philip Salmon 

Locus Iste. Os Justi. Christus Factus Est. Virga Jesse

Hedwig Bilgram 

March in D. 3 Pieces, WAB 97

Stefan Blunier 

March in E♭

Clark Rundell 

Mass in C, A 4. Psalm 146, A 50

Ursula Wendt 

Mass in d. 5 Motets

John Eliot Gardiner
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Mass in E Minor: Agnus Dei

James Savage 

Mass No. 1

John Eliot Gardiner 

Mass No. 1 in d

Nicol Matt 
Matthew Best 
F. Charles Adler 
F. Charles Adler 

Mass No. 1 in D Minor

Edith Mathis 

Mass No. 1 in D Minor (Edith Mathis, soprano; Marga Schiml, alto; Wieslaw Ochman, tenor; Karl Ridderbusch, bass; Bavarian Radio Chorus & Orchestra). Mass No. 2 in E Minor (Bavarian Radio Chorus, members of Bavarian Radio Orchestra). Mass No. 3 in F Minor (Maria Stader, soprano; Claudia Hellmann, alto; Ernst Haefliger, tenor; Kim Borg, bass; Bavarian Radio Chorus & Orchestra). Psalm 150 (Maria Stader, soprano; Chorus of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra). Te Deum (Maria Stader, soprano; Sieglinde Wagner, alto; Ernst Haefliger, tenor; Peter Lagger, bass; Chorus of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra). Motets: Locus iste; Ave Maria; Virga Jesse; Os justi; Pange lingua; Christus faclus est pro nobis: Vexillä regis; Afferentur regi; Tota pulchra es Maria; Ecce sacerdos (Bavarian Radio Chorus; Richard Holm, tenor (Tota pulchra); Luwig La-berer, Josef Hahn, Alfons Hartenstein, trombones (Afferenturregi; Ecce); Hedwig Bilgram, organ (Tota pulchra; Ecce)

Eugen Jochum 

Mass No. 1 in d; No. 2 in e; No. 3 in f. Te Deum. Psalm 150

Eugen Jochum 

Mass No. 2

Marcus Creed 
Marcus Creed 
Georg Grun 
Winfried Toll 

Mass No. 2 in E minor (Version of 1882). Libera Me. Aequale Nos. 1 and 2, for Three Trombones

Colin Sheen 

Mass No. 2 in E Minor (version of 1882). Motets: Locus iste; Virga Jesse; Christus factus est pro nobis; Ave Maria

Frieder Bernius 

Mass No. 2 in e. Te Deum. Psalm 150

Helmuth Rilling 

Mass No. 2 in e. Te Deum. Psalm 150

Helmuth Rilling 

Mass No. 3

Sergiu Celibidache 
Philippe Herreweghe 

Mass No. 3 in f

Marek Janowski 
Robin Ticciati 
Robin Ticciati 

Mass No. 3 in F

Marek Janowski 

Mass No. 3 in F Minor

Maria Stader 
Colin Davis 
Heinz Rögner 
Helmuth Rilling 

Mass No. 3 in F Minor (Nowak edition). Psalm 150

Matthew Best 

Mass No. 3 in F Minor, WAB 28

Helmuth Rilling 

Mass No. 3 in F Minor. Te Deum

Suzanne Danco 
Franz Welser-Möst 

Mass No. 3 in f. Psalm 146

Gerd Schaller 

Mass No. 3. Te Deum

Welser-Möst
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Masses: No. 2 in e

Heinz Rögner 

Masses: No. 2 in e; in C. 2 Songs

Valery Polyansky 

Masses: No. 3 in f

Heinz Rögner 

Missa Solemnis

Richard Hickox 

Missa Solemnis in B-Flat. Ave Maria

Gerda Höfer 

Missa Solemnis in B♭ Minor“. Psalm No. 112. Psalm No. 150

Karl Anton Rickenbacher 

Missa Solemnis in B♭. Magnificat in B♭ O du Liebes Jesu Kind. In Jener Letzten der Nachte

Cilla Grossmeyer 

Motets

Philip Salmon 
Oly Pfaff 
Hans Peter Blochwitz 
Hans Peter Blochwitz 
Philip Salmon 
Bruno Kalberer 
Barbara Hoene 
Hans Zanotelli 
Terje Kvam 
Wolfgang Schäfer 
Robert Jones 
Eugen Jochum 
Robert Jones 
Ferguson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Motets. Choral-Mess in F

Josef Pancik 

Motets: Ave Maria; Offertorium; Pange Lingua; Gradual; Locus iste; Antiphon; Gradual (Lydisch); Gradual, Christus Factus est; Ecce Sacerdos; Virga Jesse; Vexilla Regis

Donald Hunt 

Motets: Equale No. 1 for Three Trombones; Ave Maria; Christus factus est; Os ¡usti; Equale No. 2 for Three Trombones; Locus iste; Vexillä regis; Mass in E Minor for Eight-part Chorus & Wind Ensemble

Philippe Herreweghe 

Motets: Locus iste; Ave Maria; Tota pulchra es, Maria; Virga Jesse; Ecce sacerdos magnus; Afferenter regi; Pange, lingua; Os justi; Vexilla regis; Christus factus est pro nobis

Eugen Jochum 

Motets: Tota pulchra es, Maria. Aequale I. Totenlieder I. Ave Maria. Afferentur regi. Christus factus est. Ecce sacerdos. Virga Jesse. Locus iste. Pange lingua. Iam lucis orto sidere dignare. Aequale II. Libera me. Totenlieder II. Vexilla regis. Os justi. Inveni David

Duncan Ferguson 

Music by

Von Matačič
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Carl Schuricht 
Wilhelm Furtwängler
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Wilhelm Furtwängler
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Terence Maskill 

Music of

Philippe Herreweghe 
John Rutter 
John Rutter 
Stephen Darlington 
Joseph Flummerfelt 
Matthias Jung 
Rundell
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
James O’Donnell 
Harry Christophers 
Lee Ward 

Music Of

Frederick Burgomaster 

Nine Symphonies

Günter Wand 
Eugen Jochum 
Jochum
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Organ Works

Erwin Horn 

Os justi

Richard Westenburg 

Os justi. Afferenter regi. Christus factus est. Tota pulchra es Maria. Vexillä regis prodeunt. Ecce sa-cerdos magnus. Pange lingua. Locus iste. Ave Maria. Virga Jesse floruit

Hans Peter Blochwitz 

Os justi. Afferenter regi. Christus factus est. Tota pulchra es Maria. Vexillä regis prodeunt. Ecce sa-ceröos magnus. Pange lingua. Locus iste. Ave Maria (1861 ). Virga Jesse Floruit

Hans Peter Blochwitz 

Os justi. Christus factus est. Ave Maria (1861)

Petr Fiala  

Os justi. Locus iste. Libera me. Ave maria. Ecce sacerdos. Vexilla regis. Salvum fac populum tuum. Afferentur regi. Pange lingua. Tøta puiçhra es. Virga Jesse, Imeni David, lam lucis orto sidere. Tantum ergo. Christus factus est

Robert Jones 

Os justi. Locus iste. Libera me. Ave maria. Ecce sacerdos. Vexillä regis. Salvum fac populum tuum (1884). Afferentur regi. Pange lingua. Tota pulchra es Maria. Virga jesse. Inveni David, lam lucis orto sidere. Tantum ergo (1888). Christus factus est

Robert Jones 

Os justi. Virga Jesse. Locus iste. Afferentur regi. Ave Maria (1861)

Marcus Creed 

Os Justi. Virga Jesse. Locus iste. Afferentur regi. Ave Maria. Christus factus est. Pange lingua

Marcus Creed 

Overture in G Minor

Leopold Hager 
Leopold Hager 

Overture in g. Symphonies Nos. 1, 3, 6, 9

F. Charles Adler 
F. Charles Adler 

Pange lingua

Eugen Jochum 

Pange Lingua. Afferentur Regi. Vexillä Regis. Christus Factus Est. Locus Iste. Os Justi Meditabitur. Inveni David. Libera Me, Domine. Ave Maria II. Tota Pulchra Es. Virga Jesse. Ecce Sacerdos

Hans Zanotelli 

Pange Lingua. Afferentur Regi. Vexillä Regis. Christus Factus Est. Locus Iste. Os Justi. Inveni David. Libera Me, Domine. Ave Maria II. Tota Pulchra Es. Virga Jesse. Ecce Sacerdos

Oly Pfaff 

Piano Music

Fumiko Shiraga 

Piano Works

Wolfgang Brunner 

Praeludium in C

Martin Haselböck 

Prayer and Alleluja

Bavarian Brass Soloists of Munich 

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor

John Scott Whiteley 

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor. Prelude in D Minor. Fugue in D Minor. Postlude in D. Prelude No. 2. Prelude No. 4. Prelude in C

Jean Galard 

Prelude in C, Op. posth

Guy Bovet 

Psalm 112

Richard Hickox 

Psalm 150

Richard Hickox 
Eugen Jochum 

Quintet in F for Strings

Kocián Qrt 

Quintet in F for Strings. Intermezzo in D Minor

Vienna Str Qnt 

Quintet in F for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello

Melos Qrt 
Brandis Qrt 

Quintet in F for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello. Intermezzo for String Quartet

Sonare Qrt 

Requiem in D Minor (1849). Four Orchestral Pieces (1862)

Barbara Yates
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Requiem in D minor. Psalm 114 (116). Psalm 112

Joan Rodgers 

Rondo in c

Fine Arts Qrt 
Ruysdael Qrt 

Sacred and Secular Choral Music

Kathleen Miller 

Sacred Choral Works

Eugen Jochum 

Sonata in g: Movement 1 (sketch)

Fumiko Shiraga 

Sonata à 4

Musicalische Compagney 

Songs: O du liebes Jesu Kind. Injener letzten der Nachte

Valery Polyansky 

Spoken musical instruction, excerpts, and complete selections by

Arnold Jacobs 

Stille Betrachtung an einem Herbstabend. Steiermärker. Lancier-Quadrille

Fumiko Shiraga 

String Quartet in c

Israel Qrt 

String Quartet in c, WAB 111

Zehetmair Qrt 
Zehetmair Qrt 
Zehetmair Qrt 

String Quartet in F (arr. for string orchestra by Hans Stadlmair)

Lothar Zagrosek 

String Quartet in F. Intermezzo in D Minor

Melos Qrt 

String Quartet. Intermezzo in d

Fine Arts Qrt 

String Quintet

Fine Arts Qrt 
Konzerthaus CO Berlin 

String Quintet in F

Vienna Philharmonia Qnt 

String Quintet in f

Hyperion Ens 

String Quintet in F. Intermezzo

Alberni Qrt 

String Quintet in F. Intermezzo in d. String Quartet in c

Fitzwilliam Str Qrt 

String Quintet. Intermezzo in d for String Quintet

Bartholdy Qnt 

Symphonies 1-9

Eugen Jochum 

Symphonies 1–9

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphonies 1–9. Te Deum

Andreae
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies Nos. 0-9

Undetermined
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies Nos. 00 and 0

Marcus Bosch 

Symphonies Nos. 1–9. Te Deum

Andreae
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies Nos. 4 (1874 version), 7, 8 (1887 version)

Kent Nagano 

Symphonies Nos. 4, 7, 8

Kent Nagano 

Symphonies Nos. 5, 7, 8, 9

Eduard van Beinum 

Symphonies Nos. 8 and 9

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphonies: in D Minor (Nullte) (version of 1869, edited Nowak); No. 1 in C Minor (“Linz“ version of 1866, edited Nowak); No. 2 in C Minor (version of 1872, edited Haas); No. 3 in D Minor (version of 1877, edited Oeser); No. 4 in E-Flat (“Romantic“) (version of 1880, edited Nowak); No. 5 in B-Flat (edited Nowak), No. 6 in A (edited Nowak); No. 7 in E (edited Nowak); No. 8 in C Minor (version of 1890, edited Haas); No. 9 in D Minor (edited Nowak)

Chicago SO 

Symphonies: in F minor (1863); in D minor (“Die Nullte“) (1869)

SO of the USSR Ministry of Culture 

Symphonies: No. 1 (1866 version, ed. Carragan ); No. 2 (1872 version, ed. Carragan); No. 3 (1874 version, ed. Carragan)

Gerd Schaller  

Symphonies: No. 1 (1866 “Linz” version, revised 1877); No. 0 (1869), “Die Nullte”; No. 2 (1872, revised 1877); No. 3 (1873, revised 1889); No. 4 (1874, revised 1878/80), “Romantic”; No. 5 (1878); No. 6 (1881); No. 7 (1885); No. 8 (1887, revised 1890); No. 9 (1894)

Lorin Maazel 

Symphonies: No. 1 in C minor (Linz Version, 1866); No. 5 in B♭

Berlin PO 

Symphonies: No. 1 in C Minor; No. 2 in C Minor; No. 3 in D Minor

Leipzig Gewandhaus O 

Symphonies: No. 2 in c; No. 4 in E♭, “Romantic“

Eugen Jochum 

Symphonies: No. 3

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphonies: No. 3 (1877 version, ed. Oeser); No. 4, "Romantic" (ed. Haas); No. 5 (ed. Nowak); No. 7; No. 8 (1890 version, ed. Haas); No. 9

Christoph von Dohnányi 

Symphonies: No. 3 in D Minor (Version of 1873); No. 4 in Eb (version of 1874); No. 8 in C Minor (Version of 1887)

Frankfurt RSO 

Symphonies: No. 3. No. 4, "Romantic"; No. 5; No. 7; No. 8; No. 9

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphonies: No. 3; No. 4; No. 5; No. 7; No. 8; No. 9

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphonies: No. 3; No. 4; No. 8 (First Versions)

Inbal
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies: No. 3; No. 8

Christoph von Dohnáriyi 

Symphonies: No. 4

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 4 (1878/80 version); “Romantic”; No. 7

Mario Venzago  

Symphonies: No. 4 (1878/80 version); “Romantic”; No. 7; No. 9 (with 2010 revised finale completion by William Carragan)

Gerd Schaller  

Symphonies: No. 4 in E♭ (Romantic); No. 9 in D Minor

Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphonies: No. 4 in E♭, “Romantic“; No. 7 in E

Günter Wand 

Symphonies: No. 4, "Romantic"

Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphonies: No. 4, “Romantic”; No. 7; No. 9 (Finale completion by William Carragan)

Gerd Schaller  
Gerd Schaller  

Symphonies: No. 4; No. 7; No. 9

Schaller
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies: No. 4; No. 8

Klaus Tennstedt 

Symphonies: No. 4; No. 9

Celibidache
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Bruno Walter 

Symphonies: No. 5

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 5 in B♭; No. 6 in A; No. 8 in c; No. 9 in d

Günter Wand 

Symphonies: No. 5; No. 6

Eugen Jochum 

Symphonies: No. 5; No. 9

Wand
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphonies: No. 6 (1879–81, ed. Nowak); No. 7 (1881–83, 1885, ed. Nowak)

Mariss Jansons 
Mariss Jansons 

Symphonies: No. 6 (incomplete)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 6; No. 7

Georg Solti 

Symphonies: No. 7

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 7 in E ; No. 8 in C Minor

Hermann Abendroth 

Symphonies: No. 7 in E; No. 8 in C Minor

William Steinberg 
Hermann Abendroth 

Symphonies: No. 7 in E; No. 8 in c; No. 9 in d

Karl Böhm 

Symphonies: No. 7; No. 8.

Carl Schuricht 

Symphonies: No. 7; No. 8; No. 9

Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphonies: No. 8

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 8 in C Minor (Nowak edition); No. 0 in D Minor (“Die Nullte“; Nowak edition)

Zubin Mehta 

Symphonies: No. 8 in C Minor, (version 1889-90, ed. Robert Haas) ; No. 1 in C Minor (“Linz“ version, 1865-66, ed. Leopold Nowak)

Otmar Suitner 

Symphonies: No. 8; No. 0, "Die Nullte"

Georg Tintner 

Symphonies: No. 8; No. 9 (2 versions)

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphonies: No. 8; No. 9. Te Deum

Herbert von Karajan 

Symphonies: No. 9

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphonies: No. 9; No. 8

Jascha Horenstein 

Symphonies: Nos. 1, 9

Claudio Abbado 

Symphonies: Nos. 1–9. Te Deum

Volkmar Andreae 

Symphonies: Nos. 4–9

Wilhelm Furtwängler
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony in d, “Die Nullte”

Stefan Blunier 

Symphony in F Minor (“School Symphony“)

Eliahu Inbal 

Symphony in f. Overture in g

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony in f. String Quintet: Adagio (orch. Oeser)

Vladimir Ashkenazy
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Symphony No. 0

Young
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Simone Young 
Gerd Schaller 

Symphony No. 0 in D Minor

Chicago SO 
Nuremburg SO 
Eliahu Inbal 

Symphony No. 0 in D Minor. Motets: Locus iste; Ecce sacerdos; Pange lingua; Ave Maria

Sir Neville Marriner 

Symphony No. 0, "die Nullte." Overture in g

Riccardo Chailly 

Symphony No. 00 in f

Simone Young 
Simone Young 

Symphony No. 00 in f, "Study Symphony"

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 1

Sieghart
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Tintner
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Claudio Abbado 
Marcus Bosch 
Simone Young 
Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 1 (1865/66 Linz version)

Ivor Bolton 

Symphony No. 1 (1866 Linz Version)

Jaap van Zweden 

Symphony No. 1 (1866 vers)

Philipp von Steinaecker 

Symphony No. 1 (1866 version, ed. Nowak)

Marek Janowski 

Symphony No. 1 (1866 “Linz” version, revised 1877, ed. Leopold Nowak)

Herbert Blomstedt 

Symphony No. 1 (1866)

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 1 (1891 Haas ed)

Gennady Rozhdestvensky 

Symphony No. 1 (1891 Vienna version)

Claudio Abbado 

Symphony No. 1 (ed. Haas)

Asahina
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Symphony No. 1 (Linz version)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 1 in C Minor

Cologne RO 

Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (ed. Haas)

Takashi Asahina 

Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Linz Version)

Bavarian State O 
Bavarian State O 
Frankfurt RSO 

Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (Linz Version; Nowak Edition)

Berlin PO 

Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Vienna Version, 1890-91)

R-S-O Berlin 

Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (“Linz“ version, 1865-66, ed. Leopold Nowak)

Martin Sieghart 

Symphony No. 1 in c. Prelude and Fugue in c

Martin Haselböck 

Symphony No. 1. Symphony in d, “Die Nullte” (No. 0)

Mario Venzago  

Symphony No. 2

Jochum
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Herbert von Karajan 
Daniel Barenboim 
Daniel Barenboim 
Simone Young 
Carlo Maria Giulini 
Pinnock
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Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 2 (1872 version, ed. Carragan)

Marcus Bosch 
Herbert Blomstedt 

Symphony No. 2 (1877 version, ed. Carragan)

Mario Venzago  
Marek Janowski 

Symphony No. 2 (1877 version, ed. Haas)

Yannick Nézet-Séguin 

Symphony No. 2 (1877 version, ed. Nowak)

Thomas Dausgaard 

Symphony No. 2 (7/9/59). Symphony No. 3 (1/28/54).

Pierre Monteux 

Symphony No. 2 (arr. Payne)

Trevor Pinnock 

Symphony No. 2 (ed. Carragan)

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 2 (Haas ed.)

Eschenbach
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Symphony No. 2 in C Minor

Cologne RO 
Alexander Rahbari 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (1872 concept and 1873 version, ed. William Carragan)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (1872 concept); Symphony No. 2: Finale

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (1873 version, Haas edition)

Riccardo Chailly 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (1876/77 version, ed. Robert Haas)

Franz Konwitschny 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (Ed. Nowak)

Staatskapelle Dresden 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (ed. R. Haas)

Christoph Eschenbach 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (first concept, 1872, ed. Carragan). Symphony No. 2 in C Minor: Finale (partially modified by Kurt Eichhorn)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (Haas Edition)

Hans Zender 
Alexander Rahbari 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (Nowak edition)

Georg Solti 

Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (Version of 1877; Nowak Edition)

Berlin PO 

Symphony No. 2inC Minor (1872 version ed. Carragan). Symphony No. 2inC Minor (1873 variant ed. Carragan)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 3

Hans Knappertsbusch 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Osmo Vänskä 
Vänskä
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Vänskä
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Eugen Jochum
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Hans Knappertsbusch 
Klaus Tennstedt 
Peter Jan Marthé 
Jascha Horenstein 
Kurt Sanderling 
Carl Schuricht 
Mariss Jansons 

Symphony No. 3 (1873 version)

Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 

Symphony No. 3 (1873 version, ed. Novak)

Rémy Ballot 

Symphony No. 3 (1873 version, ed. Nowak)

Yannick Nézet-Séguin 

Symphony No. 3 (1873)

Marcus Bosch 
Simone Young 
Roger Norrington 
Simone Young 

Symphony No. 3 (1876): Adagio

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 3 (1877 version)

Van Zweden
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Symphony No. 3 (1877 version, ed. Nowak 1981)

Jaap van Zweden 

Symphony No. 3 (1877 version, ed. Nowak)

Georg Solti 

Symphony No. 3 (1878 Oeser ed.)

Raphael Kubelik 

Symphony No. 3 (1889 Nowak)

Ivor Bolton 

Symphony No. 3 (1889 Version)

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 3 (1889 version)

George Szell 

Symphony No. 3 (1889 version, ed. Nowak)

Marek Janowski  
Sakari Oramo 

Symphony No. 3 (1889 version, ed. Skrowaczewski)

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony No. 3 (1889, ed. Nowak/Skrowaczewski)

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony No. 3 (first version, 1873)

Jonathan Nott 

Symphony No. 3 (performance and rehearsal sequence)

Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 3 in d (1876/1877, ed. Nowak)

Michael Gielen 

Symphony No. 3 in d (1877)

Lovro von Matačić 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor

Cologne RO 
North German RO of Hamburg 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Hans Rosbaud 
George Szell 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1877 Version)

Giuseppe Sinopoli 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1877 version)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1877 version, Nowak edition)

Georg Solti 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1889 Version)

Berlin PO 

Symphony No. 3 in D minor (1889 version)

R-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin 

Symphony No. 3 In D Minor (1889 Version)

Hartmut Haenchen 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1889 version)

Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1889 version, Nowak edition)

Kurt Sanderling 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (1890 edition)

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (arranged for piano, four-hands by Gustav Mahler)

Klavierduo Sontraud Speidel und Evelinde Trenkner 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (First Version, 1873, ed. Nowak)

Roger Norrington 

Symphony No. 3 in D minor (version of 1873)

Frankfurt RSO 

Symphony No. 3 in D minor (Version of 1878, ed. Oeser)

Bavarian RSO 
Bavarian RSO 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (Version of 1889)

Vienna P 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor (“Wagner- Sinfonie“; 1877 version, ed. Nowak)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt 

Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (“Wagner Symphony“; ed. Leopold Nowak, 1889 version)

Martin Sieghart 
Martin Sieghart 

Symphony No. 3 in d, 'Wagner-Sinfonie“ (1876-77 version)

Michael Gielen 

Symphony No. 3 in d, “Wagner“ (1873)

Kent Nagano 

Symphony No. 3 in d, “Wagner”

Herbert Kegel 

Symphony No. 3, "Wagner Symphony"

Osmo Vänskä 

Symphony No. 3, (1889 version)

Mario Venzago 

Symphony No. 3, arranged for piano duet by Gustav Mahler

Klavierduo Evelinde Trenkner
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Symphony No. 3.

John Barbirolli 

Symphony No. 4

Herbert von Karajan 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Dennis Russell Davies 
Herreweghe
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Simon Rattle 
Böhm
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Peter Oundjian 
Vänskä
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Bruno Leonardo Gelber 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Karl Böhm 
Gerd Schaller 
Manfred Honeck 
Honeck
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Eugen Jochum 
Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 4 (12/4/47).

Pierre Monteux 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/1880 version)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/80 ed. Nowak)

Valery Gergiev 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/80 Nowak ed.)

Herbert Blomstedt 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/80 version)

Kurt Sanderling 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
Bernard Haitink  
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/80 version, Haas edition)

Herbert Blomstedt 

Symphony No. 4 (1878/80, ed. Nowak)

Manfred Honeck 
Manfred Honeck 
Manfred Honeck 
Manfred Honeck 

Symphony No. 4 (1888 version)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 4 (5/18/2000)

Christoph von Dohnányi 

Symphony No. 4 (ed. 1878/80 Nowak)

Honeck
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Symphony No. 4 (ed. Haas 1881)

István Kertesz 

Symphony No. 4 (ed. Nowak)

Ivor Bolton 
Yutaka Sado 

Symphony No. 4 (Jochum, perf. 1965)

Berlin P 

Symphony No. 4 (Version 1878/1880)

Marek Janowski 
Janowski
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Symphony No. 4 (version of 1888, ed. Korstvedt)

Osmo Vänskä 

Symphony No. 4 (“Romantic“)

Philharmonia O 
Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphony No. 4 4/5/1955 (69:03) CD 5

Various 

Symphony No. 4 in B, “Romantic“

István Kertesz 
Christoph Eschenbach 

Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat (“Romantic“)

Royal Concertgebouw O 
Chicago SO 
Vienna PO 
Berlin PO 
Cologne RSO 

Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat (“Romantic“). Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat

Staatskapelle Dresden 

Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat, (Romantic)

Vienna PO 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb

Hans Knappertsbusch 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb ( “Romantic'). Overture in G Minor

Marek Janowski 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb (“Romantic,“ Loewe/Schalk edition). Overture in G Minor

Lovro von Matačić 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb (“Romantic“)

Gennady Rozhdestvensky 
Günter Wand 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Daniel Barenboim 
Eugen Jochum 
Otmar Suitner 
Hermann Abendroth 

Symphony No. 4 In Eb (“Romantic“)

Otto Klemperer 

Symphony no. 4 in Eb (“Romantic“) second version, ed. Leopold Nowak)

Gerd Albrecht 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb (“Romantic“; ed. Leopold Nowak, 1878/80)

Martin Sieghart 

Symphony No. 4 in Eb (“Romantic“y

Hans Rosbaud 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭

Philharmonia O 
Berlin PO 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ ("Romantic")

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (1889 Loewe/Gutmann Edition; rec October 22, 1951)

Vienna PO
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (version of 1874)

Frankfurt RSO 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“)

Chicago SO 
Berlin PO 
Berlin PO 
Berlin PO 
Vienna PO 
Otto Klemperer 
Wolfgang Sawallisch 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“) (ed. Nowak)

Staatskapelle Dresden 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“) (Version of 1880, ed. Haas)

Chicago SO 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“, Haas edition)

Kurt Masur 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“; Nowak Edition)

Riccardo Chailly 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ (“Romantic“; Nowak edition)

Walter Weiler 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭ Minor ("Romantic")

Herbert von Karajan 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭, “Romantic“ (1878/80, ed. Nowak)

Philippe Herreweghe 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭, “Romantic”

Klaus Tennstedt 

Symphony No. 4 in E♭, “Romantic” (1878–80)

Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 4, "Romantic"

Esa-Pekka Salonen 
Otto Klemperer 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Günter Wand 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony No. 4, "Romantic" (1878/80 version)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt 

Symphony No. 4, "Romantic" (ed. Haas 1878-80)

Georg Tintner 
Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 4, "Romantic" (first version, 1874)

Jesus López-Cobos
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Symphony No. 4, "Romantic": "Volkfest" Finale

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 4, "Romantic."

Rudolf Kempe 

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic“

Herbert von Karajan 

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic“ (1888 version, ed. Korstvedt)

Akira Naito 

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic“ (first version, 1874)

Dennis Russell Davies 

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic”

Karl Böhm 
Otto Klemperer 
Hans Vonk 
Otto Klemperer 
Enoch zu Guttenberg 
Mariss Jansons 
Sylvain Cambreling  

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic” (1874)

Roger Norrington  
Norrington
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Kent Nagano 

Symphony No. 4, “Romantic” (1878/80 version, ed. Haas, 1936)

Christoph von Dohnányi  

Symphony No. 5

Schuricht
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Hans Knappertsbusch
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Hans Knappertsbusch
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
  
Gennady Rozhdestvensky 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Jascha Horenstein 
Lovro von Matačić 
Nikolaus Harnoncourt 
Christian Thielemann 
Ivor Bolton 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Carl Schuricht 
Günter Wand 
Otto Klemperer 
Lovro von Matačić 
Franz Welser-Möst 
Marcus Bosch 
Franz Welser-Möst 
Benjamin Zander  
Benjamin Zander  
Philippe Herreweghe 
Benjamin Zander
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Marek Janowski 
Neemi Järvi 
Bernard Haitink 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Günter Wand 
Claudio Abbado
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Sergiu Celibidache 
Daniel Barenboim 
Günter Wand 
Christian Thielemann 
Christian Thielemann 
Lance Friedel 
Lance Friedel 
Eugen Jochum 
Lance Friedel 

Symphony No. 5 (1878 version, ed. Haas/Nowak)

Mario Venzago 

Symphony No. 5 (1878 version, ed. Nowak)

Simone Young 
Lance Friedel 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony No. 5 (1878, ed. Nowak)

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 

Symphony No. 5 (ed. 1878 Nowak)

Georg Tintner 

Symphony No. 5 (ed. Schalk)

Leon Botstein
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Symphony No. 5 (Haas edition)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 5 (Nowak 3rd ed.)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt 

Symphony No. 5 (Nowak ed.)

Claudio Abbado  

Symphony No. 5 (Schalk version)

Leon Botstein 
Leon Botstein 

Symphony No. 5 10/18/1962 (72:54) CD 6

Various 

Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat

Chicago SO 
Munich PO 
Chicago SO 
Tibor de Machula 
Tibor de Machula
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Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb

Otto Klemperer 
Herbert von Karajan 
Günter Wand 
Otto Klemperer 
Jascha Horenstein 
Jascha Horenstein 
Daniel Barenboim 
Otto Klemperer 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Otmar Suitner 
Hermann Abendroth 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb (ed. Nowak)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb (Haas Edition)

Wilhelm Furtwängler
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb (Nowak edition)

Christoph von Dohnányi 
Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb (original version, 1875-78)

Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 5 in Bb. (Nowak Edition)

Franz Welser-Möst 

Symphony No. 5 in B♭

Jascha Horenstein
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Otto Klemperer 
Herbert von Karajan 
Wilhelm Furtwängler
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Hans Rosbaud 
Wolfgang Sawallisch 
Carl Schuricht 
Jascha Horenstein
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Georg Tintner 
Georg Tintner 
Giuseppe Sinopoli 
Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 5 In B♭

Carl Schuricht 

Symphony No. 5 in B♭ (original version)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 5 in B♭ (Original version)

Franz Konwitschny 

Symphony No. 5 in B♭. Symphony No. 9 in D minor: Finale (reconstructed by Nicola Samale and Giuseppe Mazzuca)

Frankfurt RSO 

Symphony No. 5 in B♭. Te Deum

Bernard Haitink 

Symphony No. 5. Te Deum?

Herbert von Karajan 

Symphony No. 6

Jochum
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Joseph Keilberth
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Riccardo Muti 
Celibidache
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Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Georg Tintner 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Marek Janowski 
Leonard Bernstein
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Christoph Eschenbach 
Michael Gielen 
Günter Wand 
Roger Norrington 
Marek Janowski 
Marcus Bosch 
Günter Wand 
Wand
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Ivor Bolton 
Ivor Bolton 
Mario Venzago 
Simone Young 
Simone Young 
Gerd Schaller 
Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 6 (ed. Haas)

Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
Christian Thielemann 
Christian Thielemann 

Symphony No. 6 (ed. Nowak 1952)

Jaap van Zweden 

Symphony No. 6 (ed. Nowak)

Riccardo Chailly 

Symphony No. 6 (Nowak Edition)

Herbert Blomstedt 

Symphony No. 6 in A

Chicago SO 
Chicago SO 
Berlin PO 
Berlin PO 
Staatskapelle Dresden 
Bavarian State O 
Bavarian State O 
Berlin P 
Berlin PO 
R Symhony O of Cologne 
Hans Swarowsky 
Günter Wand 
Otto Klemperer 
Christoph Eschenbach 
Jesus López-Cobos 
Georg Tintner 
Daniel Barenboim 
Heinz Bongartz 
Ferdinand Leitner 
Colin Davis 
Kent Nagano 

Symphony No. 6 in a

Bernard Haitink 

Symphony No. 6 in A (ed. Nowak)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 6 in A (Nowak edition)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 6 in A (original version)

Eliahu Inbal 

Symphony No. 6 in A (original version, 1879-1881, ed. Leopold Nowak)

Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 6 in A minor. BACH (orch. Webern): A Musical Offering: Ricercar

Christoph von Dohnányi 

Symphony No. 6 in A Movements 2-4

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 6 in A.

Otto Klemperer 

Symphony No. 6 in A. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor

Leipzig Gewandhaus O 

Symphony No. 6 in A: Scherzo-Trio

Kirill Kondrashin 

Symphony No. 6. Te Deum

Otto Klemperer 

Symphony No. 7

Eschenbach
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Gielen
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Celibidache
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Simon Rattle 
Eugene Ormandy 
Simon Rattle
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Riccardo Chailly 
Nikolaus Harnoncourt 
Eugen Jochum 
Kurt Sanderling 
Rudolf Kempe
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Reginald Goodall 
Yakov Kreizberg 
Herbert von Karajan 
Carl Schuricht 
Eugen Jochum 
Ferdinand Leitner 
Günter Wand 
Marcus Bosch 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
James Loughran 
Bernard Haitink  
Klaus Tennstedt 
Herbert Blomstedt 
Arturo Toscanini 
Georg Solti 
Karl Böhm 
Arturo Toscanini
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Franz Welser-Möst 
Otto Klemperer 
Bruno Walter 
Yuri Ahronovitch 
Roger Norrington 
Oskar Fried 
Franz Welser-Möst 
Eugene Ormandy
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Jascha Horenstein 
Mariss Jansons 
Kurt Masur 
Paavo Järvi 
Paul Hindemith 
Herbert Blomstedt 
Marek Janowski 
Klemperer
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Charles Munch 
Willem van Otterloo 
Sergiu Celibidache  
Daniel Barenboim 
Herbert Blomstedt 
Klaus Tennstedt 
Donald Runnicles 
Runnicles
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Iván Fischer 
Zubin Mehta 
Charles Munch 
Paul Hindemith 
Paul Hindemith 
Simone Young 
Young
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Herbert Blomstedt 
Philippe Herreweghe 
Eugen Jochum 
Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 7 (1/30/1960)

Nicolai Malko 

Symphony No. 7 (1885 version)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 7 (1885 version, ed. Haas 1944)

Christian Thielemann 
Christian Thielemann 

Symphony No. 7 (arr. Stein, Eisler, Rankl)

Thomas Christian Ens 

Symphony No. 7 (Ed. Gutmann)

Karl Böhm 

Symphony No. 7 (ed. Haas)

Georg Tintner 
Georg Tintner 
Herbert von Karajan 

Symphony No. 7 (ed. Skrowaczewski)

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
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Symphony No. 7 (Haas Ed., 1944)

Carl A. Bünte 

Symphony No. 7 (Nowak edition)

Otto Klemperer 

Symphony No. 7 (perf. 1951*)

Berlin P 

Symphony No. 7 3/6/1953 (60: 04)

Various 

Symphony No. 7 in E

Berlin PO 
Royal Concertgebouw O 
Gewandhaus O Leipzig 
Danish RSO 
Staatskapelle Dresden 
Vienna PO 
Vienna PO 
Philharmonia O 
Philharmonia O 
Frankfurt RSO 
Vienna PO 
Vienna PO 
Hague PO 
Slovene PO 
Chicago SO 
Francesco D’Avalos 
Lorin Maazel 
Michael Gielen 
Jesus López-Cobos 
Colin Davis 
Otto Klemperer 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Herbert von Karajan 
Herbert von Karajan 
Jascha Horenstein 
Kurt Masur 
Daniel Barenboim 
Hartmut Haenchen 
Franz Konwitschny 
Hans Rosbaud 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Eugen Jochum 
Hans Vonk 
Eugen Jochum 
Carl Schuricht 
Philippe Herreweghe 
Lovro von Matačić 
Philippe Herreweghe 
Ivor Bolton 
Eduardo Chibás 

Symphony No. 7 In E

Otto Klemperer 
Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 7 in E (arr. Stein, Eisler, Rankl)

Linos Ens 

Symphony No. 7 in E (ed. Haas)

Staatskapelle Dresden 
R-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin 

Symphony No. 7 in E (ed. Leopold Nowak)

Gerd Albrecht 

Symphony No. 7 in E (ed. Novak)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 7 in E (ed. Nowak)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 7 in E (incomplete)

Arturo Toscanini 

Symphony No. 7 in E (Nowak Edition)

Christoph von Dohnányi 
Franz Welser-Möst 

Symphony No. 7 in E (Nowak edition)

Claudio Abbado 
Francesco D’Avalos 
Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 7 in E Minor

Cincinnati SO 

Symphony No. 7 in E Minor (Nowak Edition)

Giuseppe Sinopoli 

Symphony No. 7 in E. Helgoland. Psalm 150

Ruth Welting 

Symphony No. 7 in E. Overture in G Minor

Libor Pešek 

Symphony No. 7 in E: Adagio

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 7.

Yevgeny Mravinsky 

Symphony No. 7. Overture In G Minor

Pešek
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Symphony No. 7. Te Deum

Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphony No. 7: Adagio (trans. Cyrill Hynais)

Fumiko Shiraga 

Symphony No. 7: Excerpt

Peter Sullivan 

Symphony No. 7; Documentary

Celibidache
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Symphony No. 7; Te Deum

Frances Yeend 

Symphony No. 8

Gunther Wand
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Haitink
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Karajan
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Knappertsbusch
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Furtwängler
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Wand
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Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Jascha Horenstein
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Sergiu Celibidache 
Pierre Boulez
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Gielen
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Günter Wand 
Joseph Keilberth 
Kent Nagano 
Otto Klemperer 
Klaus Tennstedt 
Georg Solti 
Otto Klemperer 
Klemperer
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Bernard Haitink 
Herbert von Karajan 
Simone Young 
Thomas Brandis 
Ivor Bolton 
Christian Thielemann 
Christian Thielemann 
Raphael Kubelik 
Ivor Bolton 
Pierre Boulez 
Wilhelm Furtwängler
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Pierre Boulez
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Thielemann
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Stefan Blunier 
Nicholas Milton 
Rémy Ballot 
Klaus Tennstedt
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Klaus Tennstedt
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Klaus Tennstedt
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Klaus Tennstedt
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Eugen Jochum 
Eugen Jochum 
Maurice Abravanel
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 8 (1887 original)

Kent Nagano 

Symphony No. 8 (1887 version, ed. Nowak)

Franz Welser-Möst 
Fabio Luisi 

Symphony No. 8 (1887)

Dennis Russell Davies 

Symphony No. 8 (1887/1890 version, ed. Haas)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 8 (1887/90 ed. Nowak)

Klaus Tennstedt 
Klaus Tennstedt 

Symphony No. 8 (1888 variant, ed. Carragan)

Gerd Schaller 

Symphony No. 8 (1890 version)

Jaap van Zweden  

Symphony No. 8 (1890 version, ed. Haas)

Herbert von Karajan
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 8 (1890 version, ed. R. Haas)

Jukka-Pekka Saraste 
Jukka-Pekka Saraste 

Symphony No. 8 (1890)

Mario Venzago 

Symphony No. 8 (1890, ed. Nowak)

Zubin Mehta 

Symphony No. 8 (4/10/1954, Musikvereinssaal)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 8 (ed. Haas)

Gennady Rozhdestvensky 
Eduard van Beinum 
Pierre Boulez 
Pierre Boulez 
Herbert von Karajan 
Bernard Haitink 
Christian Thielemann 
Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 8 (ed. Nowak)

Jaap van Zweden
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 8 (ed. Steinberg)

William Steinberg 

Symphony No. 8 (first movement missing)

Herbert von Karajan 

Symphony No. 8 (Haas edition)

Pierre Boulez 

Symphony No. 8 (Musikvereinssaal, 10/17/1944)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 8 (Nowak edition)

Dimitri Mitropoulos 

Symphony No. 8 (Nowak Edition)

Marek Janowski 

Symphony No. 8 (Original 1887 version, Nowak edition)

Franz Welser-Möst 

Symphony No. 8 3/10/1954 (79:45) CD 8

Various 

Symphony No. 8 in c

Carl Schuricht 
Bruno Walter 
Karl Böhm 
Akira Naito 
Günter Wand 
Eduardo Chibás 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 8 in c (ed. Haas)

Günter Wand 
Michael Gielen 

Symphony No. 8 in c (ed. Haas)

Otmar Suitner 

Symphony No. 8 in c (ed. Nowak, 1890)

Franz Welser-Möst 

Symphony No. 8 in c (Nowak/1890)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor

Vienna PO 
Royal Concertgebouw O 
London PO 
Herbert von Karajan 
Neemi Järvi 
Günter Wand 
Raphael Kubelik 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Herbert von Karajan 
Lorin Maazel 
Hans Knappertsbusch
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Berlin PO 
NDR SO 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor

P SO 
Tennstedt
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (1890 version, ed. Nowak)

Kurt Eichhorn 
Gerd Albrecht 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (ed. Haas)

Tonhalle O Zurich 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor (ed. Haas)

Berlin PO 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (ed. Robert Haas, 1939)

Daniel Barenboim 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Haas Edition)

Herbert von Karajan 
Yevgeny Svetlanov 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Jascha Horenstein 
Jascha Horenstein 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Haas Edition, modified by Furtwängler); Symphony No. 6 in A: Movements 2-4. Symphony No. 7 in E: Adagio

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Nowak 1890 edition)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor (Nowak Edition)

Vienna PO 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor (Nowak edition)

NHK SO 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Nowak Edition)

Wilhelm Furtwängler 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Nowak edition)

Georg Solti 
Jesus López-Cobos 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (original version of 1884-87)

R Cologne SO 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (Robert Haas edition)

Günter Wand 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor (Version of 1887)

Frankfurt R S 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor (Version of 1890, ed. Nowak)

Vienna PO 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor [Haas Edition]

Michael Gielen 

Symphony No. 8 in C Minor. Te Deum

Jessye Norman 

Symphony No. 8 in C minor: Finale

World PO 

Symphony No. 8 in D Minor

Otto Klemperer 
John Barbirolli 

Symphony No. 8 in e (1890, ed. Nowak)

Riccardo Chailly 

Symphony No. 8 in e (Haas ed)

Sir Reginald Goodall 

Symphony No. 8.

Karl Böhm 
Carlo Maria Giulini 

Symphony No. 8. Symphony No. 7: Adagio

Yannick Nézet-Séguin 

Symphony No. 8: Finale

Hilde Zadek 

Symphony No. 9

Dresden State O 
Chicago SO 
Bruno Walter 
Giulini
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Abendroth
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Abendroth
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Eduard van Beinum 
Georg Tintner 
John Barbirolli 
Carl Schuricht 
Schuricht
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Claudio Abbado 
Colin Davis 
Colin Davis 
Carlo Maria Giulini 
Günter Wand 
Reginald Goodall 
Lovro von Matačić 
Carlo Maria Giulini 
Hans Knappertsbusch
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Eduardo Chibás 
Marek Janowski 
Franz Welser-Möst 
Yannick Nézet-Séguin 
Bruno Walter 
Cristian Mandeal 
Paavo Järvi 
Järvi
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Eduardo Chibás
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Eduardo Chibás
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Carl Schuricht  
Joseph Keilberth 
Joseph Keilberth 
Roger Norrington 
Simon Rattle
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
  
Bruno Walter 
Claudio Abbado
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Carlo Maria Giulini
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Carlo Maria Giulini 
Claudio Abbado 
Claudio Abbado
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Bruno Walter 
Bruno Walter 
Bruno Walter 
Simone Young 
Mariss Jansons 
Mariss Jansons 
Rémy Ballot 
Eugen Jochum 
Eugen Jochum 

Symphony No. 9 & ¿

Nikolaus Harnoncourt 

Symphony No. 9 (1/22/1978)

Gilbert Amy 

Symphony No. 9 (1894 version, ed. Cohrs)

Simone Young 
Simone Young 

Symphony No. 9 (1894 version, ed. Nowak)

Daniel Barenboim 
Christoph von Dohnányi 

Symphony No. 9 (1894, ed. Nowak 1951)

Mario Venzago 
Bernard Haitink 

Symphony No. 9 (ed. Orel)

Christian Thielemann 
Thielemann
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 9 (Finale rev. 2005 )

Marcus Bosch 

Symphony No. 9 (revised Carragan Finale)

Akira Naito 

Symphony No. 9 (with finale reconstructed by Nors S. Josephson)

John Gibbons 

Symphony No. 9 (with rehearsal excerpts)

Sergiu Celibidache 

Symphony No. 9 11/2/1951 (56: 00) CD 9

Various 

Symphony No. 9 in d

Ferdinand Leitner 
Bruno Walter 
Carlo Maria Giulini 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor

Columbia SO 
Gewandhaus O Leipzig 
Munich PO
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 
Royal Concertgebouw O 
Berlin PO 
Royal Concertgebouw O 
Christoph von Dohnányi 
Sergiu Celibidache 
Günter Wand 
Herbert von Karajan 
Yoav Talmi 
Daniel Barenboim 
Herbert von Karajan 
Jesus López-Cobos 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Siegmund von Hausegger 
Jascha Horenstein 
Hermann Abendroth 
Günter Wand 
Hartmut Haenchen 
Hans Knappertsbusch 
Wilhelm Furtwängler 
Oswald Kabasta 

Symphony No. 9 in D minor

Cologne RSO 
Staatskapelle Dresden 
Berlin PO 
Chicago SO 
Chicago SO 
Bavarian State O 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (1/31/80)

Yevgeny Mravinsky 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (ed. Nowak), with Finale realized by Nicola Samale, John A. Phillips, and Giuseppe Mazzuca, with the assistance of Gunnar Cohrs

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Haas Edition)

Leipzig Gewandhaus O 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (including Bruckner's original sketches for the Finale, and the completion by William Carragan)

Yoav Talmi 

Symphony No. 9 in D minor (Linz Version)

Frankfurt RSO 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Nowak Edition)

Carlo Maria Giulini 
Leonard Bernstein 
Leonard Bernstein 

Symphony No. 9 In D Minor (Nowak Edition)

Jeffrey Tate 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Nowak edition). Finale to Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (reconstructed by Samale, Phillips, Mazzuca, Cohrs)

Kurt Eichhorn 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Original Version)

Berlin PO 
Gerd Albrecht 

Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (original version)

R Cologne SO 

Symphony No. 9 in D minor (with finale completed by William Carragan)

Oslo PO 

Symphony No. 9. (completed by Nicola Samale et al.)

Eichhorn
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony No. 9. Mass No. 3 in F

Cornelius Meister 

Symphony No. 9. Mass No. 3 in f

Cornelius Meister 

Symphony No. 9. Te Deum

Wilma Lipp 

Symphony “No. 0.“ Overture in G Minor

Chailly
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony “No. 0“ in G Minor. Overture in G Minor

Riccardo Chailly 

Tantum ergo

Christopher Tolley 

Tantum ergo: in B♭; in A♭; in E♭; in C; in D

Petr Fiala  

Tantum Ergo: Lento; Solenne; Poco adagio

Peter Sullivan 

Te Deum

Westminster Choir 
Barbara Hendricks 
Bruno Walter 
Eugen Jochum 
Herbert von Karajan 
Eugen Jochum 
Klaus Tennstedt 
Heinz Rögner 
Matthew Best 
Daniel Barenboim 

Te Deum, Mass No. 1 in D Minor

Matthew Best 

Te Deum. Helgoland. Psalm 150

Jessye Norman 

The Masses: in D Minor, in E Minor, in F Minor. Te Deum*. Psalm 150. Two Equale for Three Trombones. Motet, Libera Me

Matthew Best 

Three Orchestral Movements. March in D Minor

Martin Sieghart 

Two Aequale

Triton Trombone Qrt 

Two Aequale. Ave Maria (three settings: 1856; 1861; 1882). Afferenter regi. Germanenzug. Inveni David. Trösterin Musik. Tota pulchra es Maria. Os /usti meditabitur. Christus factus est pro nobis. Ecce sacerdos magnus. Ave Regina coelorum. Virga Jesse floruit. Vexilla regis prodeunt. Das deutsche Lied

Robert Shewan 

Vexilla regis

Eugen Jochum 

Vexilla regis. Virga Jesse. Locus iste. Pange lingua. Tota pulchra

Petr Fiala  

Virga Jesse floruit

John Scott 
Lester Seigel
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Lester Seigel
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Lester Seigel
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Virga Jesse. Ave Maria. Os justi. Christus factus est. Afferentur regi. Locust iste. Tota pulchra es Maria

Eugen Jochum 

Works by

Elisabeth Ullmann 
Karen P. Thomas 
Schuricht
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Wilhelm Furtwängler
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Alois Glassner 

Works of

Leo Nestor 

 

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