A Cartoon of Mahler

 

 

Symphony No. 1

Full score and parts

 

Outline stemma: scores and parts

 

 


This diagram seeks to summarize the stemmatic relationships between the main surviving and lost scores and orchestral parts (the sigla of lost material are enclosed in square brackets). For the sake of clarity it omits proofs that would have been generated during the publishing process.

 

For details of the conventions used, refer to the Conventions and Abbreviations page.

 

To move to the description of a particular source, click on the siglum on the diagram.

 

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Link to the description of AF1 Link to the description of ACF1 Link to the description of AF2 Link to the description of ACF2 Link to the description of ACF3 Link to the description of ACF4 Link to the description of PF1 Link to the description of APF1-3 Link to the description of Alist Link to the description of APF4 Link to the description of PF1a Link to the description of PS1a Link to the description of ACF5 Link to the description of PF2 Link to the description of PS1a Link to the description of AR Link to the description of CO1/CO2 Link to the description of PO1 Link to the description of GMPO1 Link to the description of GMPO2 Link to the description of PO2 Graphic: a graphic representation of the stemmatic relationships between the most important manuscript and printed scores and parts of the First Symphony

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2007 Paul Banks | This page was lasted edited on 25 November 2014