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Symphony no 8
The Symphony No. 8 in E-flat major by Gustav Mahler is one of the largest-scale choral works in the classical concert repertoire.
- it requires huge instrumental and vocal forces it is frequently called the "Symphony of a Thousand"
-The work was composed in a single inspired burst, at Maiernigg in southern Austria in the summer of 1906.
- Publication- Only one autograph score of the Eighth Symphony is known to exist. Once the property of Alma Mahler, it is held by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich
- The full orchestral score of the Eighth Symphony was published by UE in 1912
- The last of Mahler's works that was premiered in his lifetime, performed in Munich on 12 September 1910. This performance was the last time that Mahler conducted a premiere of one of his own works. Eight months after his Munich triumph, he died at the age of 50.
- Recording: The first issued recording of the complete symphony was Stokowski's Carnegie Hall performance with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and combined New York choirs on 9 April 1950. However, Sir Adrian Boult's 1948 broadcast performance with the BBC Symphony Orchestra was recorded by the BBC, but not issued until 2009 when it was made available in MP3 form.
-. The structure of the work is unconventional; instead of the normal framework of