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Das Klagende Lied, 3 songs (1880):

  • Chailly, Deutsches Symphonie Berlin, Dunn (soprano), Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano), Bauer (alto), Hollweg (tenor), Schmidt (bass), 1989.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Dose (soprano), Hodgson (mezzo-soprano), Tear (tenor), Rea (baritone), original version, 1984.

Das Lied von der Erde, 6 songs (1908):

  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Baker (mezzo-soprano), King (tenor), 1975.
  • Halasz, Orchestra of Ireland, Donose (mezzo-soprano), Harper (tenor), 1995.
  • Herreweghe, Ensemble Oblique, Remmert (alto), Blochwitz (tenor), Schoenberg version, 1994.
  • Nanut, Ljubljana Orchestra, Linos (mezzo-soprano), Vandersteene (tenor), 1997.
  • Ormany, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chookasian (mezzo-soprano), Lewis (tenor), 1966.
  • Kletzki, Philharmonia Orchestra, Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Dickie (tenor), 1960.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Otter (mezzo-soprano), Seiffert (tenor), Hampson (baritone), 1995.
  • Sejna, Prague Theatre Orchestra, Krasova (alto), Blachut (tenor), 1960.
  • Walter, New York Philharmonic, Miller (mezzo-soprano), Hafliger (tenor), 1960.

Des Knaben Wunderhorn (piano), 9 songs (1887-1890):

  • Parsons (piano), Baker (mezzo-soprano), 1983. 

Des Knaben Wunderhorn, 12 songs (1892-1898):

  • Boulez, Cleveland Orchestra, Kozena (mezzo-soprano), Gerhaher (baritone), Live, 2010.
  • Chailly, Deutsches Symphonie Berlin, Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano), 3 songs, 1989.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Norman (soprano), Shirley-Quirk (bass), 1976. 
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Keenlyside (baritone), 8 songs, 1997.

Des Knaben Wunderhorn, 2 songs (1905):

  • Suitner, Staatskapelle Berlin, Lorenz (baritone), 1984.

Kindertotenlieder, 5 songs (1901-1904):

  • Boulez, Vienna Philharmonic, Otter (mezzo-soprano), 2003.
  • Chailly, Deutsches Symphonie Berlin, Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano), 1989.
  • Huber (piano), Gerhaher (baritone), 2003.
  • Kempe, Berlin Philharmonic, Fischer-Dieskau, LP, Year?
  • Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Lorenz (baritone), 1980.

Klavierquartett in a (1876):

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Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, 4 songs (1884-1885):

  • Boulez, Vienna Philharmonic, Quasthoff (bass-baritone), 2003.
  • Chailly, Deutsches Symphonie Berlin, Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano), 1989.
  • Furtwangler, Philharmonia Orchestra, Fischer-Dieskau, LP, Year?
  • Hyberion Ensemble, Gerhaher (baritone), Schoenberg version, 2003.
  • Kubelik, Bayerischen Rundfunks, Fischer-Dieskau, 1970.
  • Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Lorenz (baritone), 1980.
  • Parsons (piano), Baker (mezzo-soprano), 1983. 
  • Walter, Columbia Symphony, Miller (mezzo-soprano), 1973.

Lieder fur Singstimme (piano), 5 songs (1880-1887):

  • Parsons (piano), Baker (mezzo-soprano), 1983. 

Lieder fur Tenor (piano), 3 songs (1880):

  • Parsons (piano), Baker (mezzo-soprano), 1983. 

Ruckert-Lieder, 5 songs (1899-1901): 

  • Bernstein, Vienna Philharmonic, Hampson (baritone), Live, 1990.
  • Boulez, Vienna Philharmonic, Urmana (soprano), 2003.
  • Chailly, Deutsches Symphonie Berlin, Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano), 1989.
  • Davis, London Philharmonic, Stade (soprano), 1978.
  • Herbig, Berliner Sinfonie Orchester, Lorenz (baritone), 1984.
  • Walter, Vienna Philharmonic, Ferrier (alto), 3 songs, 1952

Symphony No. 1 in D (1885-1888):

  • Abbado, Chicago Symphony, 1982.
  • Bernstein, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1989.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1996.
  • Giulini, Chicago Symphony, LP, 1976.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, LP, 1962.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, LP, 1968.
  • Inbal, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, 1985.
  • Jansons, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 2006.
  • Joo, Amsterdam Philharmonic, Year?
  • Kletzki, Vienna Philharmonic, LP, Mono, 1962.
  • Metha, Israel Philharmonic, Live, 1986.
  • Metha, Israel Philharmonic, 1987.
  • Pesek, Prague Symphony, Live, 1998.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, 1991.
  • Solti, London Symphony, 1964.
  • Walter, Columbia Symphony, 1961.
  • Walter, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Mono, Live, 1947.

Symphony No. 2 in c (1888-1894) 'Auferstehung':

  • Abbado, Chicago Symphony, Neblett (soprano), Horne (mezzo-soprano), 1976.
  • Boulez, Vienna Philharmoniv, Schafer (soprano), Deyoung (mezzo-sprano), 1988.
  • Caetani, Robert Schumann Philharmonie, Bernardy (soprano), Staube (alto), 1999.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Diener (soprano), Lang (mezzo-soprano), 2002.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ameling (soprano), Heynis (alto) LP, 1968.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ameling (soprano), Heynis (alto), 1968.
  • Jansons, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Fink (mezzo-soprano), Excerpts, Year?
  • Metha, Israel Philharmonic, Greenberg (soprano), Quivar (mezzo-soprano), 1988, live.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Auger (soprano), Baker (mezzo-soprano), 1986.
  • Walter, Columbia Symphony, Cundari (soprano), Forrester (alto), 1958.
  • Young, Hamburg Philharmoniker, Kaune (soprno), Peckova (alto), 2010.

Symphony No. 3 in d (1895-1896):

  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Lang (mezzo-soprano), 2004.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Forrester (alto), LP, 1966. 
  • Pesec, Czech Philharmonic, Peckova (mezzo-soprano), Live, 2012.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Remmert (alto), 1997.

Symphony No. 4 in G (1899-1900):

  • Abbado, Vienna Philharmonic, Stade (soprano), 1978
  • Abbado, Berliner Philharmonic, Fleming (soprano), 2005.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Bonney (soprano), 1999.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ameling (soprano), 1967
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ameling (soprano), LP, 1968.
  • Haitink, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Alexander (soprano), 1983.
  • Herreweghe, Orchestre Champs-Elysees, Joshua (soprano), 2010.
  • Kondrashin, Moscow Philharmonic, Pisarenko (soprano), 1973. 
  • Kubelik, Bayerischen Rundfunk, Morison (soprano), 1968.
  • Previn, Pittsburgh SP, Ameling (soprano), LP, 1979.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Roocroft (soprano), 1997.
  • Wit, Polish National Radio, Russell (soprano), 1992.

Symphony No. 5 in cis (1901-1902):

  • Abbado, Chicago Symphony, 1981.
  • Bernstein, New York Philharmonic, 1964.
  • Bernstein, Vienna Philharmonic, Adagietto, Live, 1987.
  • Bertini, Kolner Rundfunk Sinfonie, 1990.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1998.
  • Inbal, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Adagietto only, 1986.
  • Kondrashin, USSR State Symphony, 1974.
  • Macal, Prague Symphony, Live, 2001.
  • Metha, Los Angeles Philharmonic, 1977.
  • Rattle, Berliner Philharmoniker, 2002.
  • Solti, Chicago Symphony, 1970.

Symphony No. 6 in a (1903-1905):

  • Bernstein, New York Philharmonic, 1967.
  • Boulez, Vienna Philharmonic, 1995.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1990.
  • Gergiev, London Symphony, Live, 2007.
  • Jansons, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Live, 2005.
  • Pesek, Czech National Symphony, Live, 2014.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, 1989.

Symphony No. 7 in b (1904-1905):

  • Abbado, Chicago Symphony, 1984.
  • Boulez, Cleveland Orchestra, 1996.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1995. 
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Live, 1991.

Symphony No. 8 in Es (1906):

  • Abbado, Berliner Philharmoniker, Studer (soprano), McNair (soprano), Rost (soprano), Otter (alto), Lang (alto), Seiffert (tenor), Terfel (baritone), Rootering (bass), live, 1994.
  • Boulez, Staatskapell Dresden, Robinson (soprano), Wall (soprano), Queiroz (soprano), Deyoung (alto), Schroder (tenor), Botha (tenor), Muller-Brachmann (baritone), Holl (bass), 2007.
  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Eaglen (soprano), Schwanesinowilms (soprano), Ziesak (soprano), Fulgoni (alto), Larsson (alto), Heppner (tenor), Mattei (baritone), Rootering (bass), 2001. 
  • Gielen, Opernhaus Orchestra Frankfurt, Robinson (soprano), Marschall (soprano), Heichele (soprano), wenkel (alto), Laurich (alto), Walker (tenor), Stilwell (baritone), Estes (bass), Live, 1981.
  • Mitropoulos, Vienna Philharmonic, Coertse (soprano), Zadek (soprano), West (alto), Malaniuk (alto), Zampieri (tenor), Prey (baritone), Edelmann (bass), 1960.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Brewer (soprano), Isokoski (soprano), Banse (soprano), Remmert (alto), Henschel (alto), Villars (tenor), Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Relyea (bass), Live, 2004.
  • Sinopoli, Philharmonia Orchestra, Studer (soprano), Blasi (soprano), Jo, soprano, Meier (alto), Nagai (alto), Lewis (tenor), Allen (baritone), Sotin (bass), 1992.

Symphony No. 9 in D (1909):

  • Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, 2004.
  • Dudamel, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Live, 2012.
  • Gimeno, Camerata, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, chamber ensemble version, 2014.
  • Rattle, City of Birmingham, Vienna Philharmonic, 1993.
  • Macal, Prague Symphony, 2000.
  • Walter, Vienna Philharmonic, Mono, 1938. 

Symphony No.10 in fis (1911):

  • Boulez, Cleveland Orchestra, Adagio, Live, 2010.
  • Chailly, Radio Symphonie Berlin, Cooke version, 5 movements, 1988.
  • Morris, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Cooke version, 5 movements, LP, 1973. See notes Alma and Anna.
  • Rattle, Berliner Philharmoniker, Cooke version, 5 movements, 1999.
  • Sinopoli, Philharmonia Orchestra, Andante and Adagio version, 1987.

Zoneless:

  • Alma Mahler: Die stille Stadt, Laue Sommernacht, Licht in der Nacht, Waldseligkeit, Bei dir ist es traut, Erntelied. Chailly, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Vermillion (mezzo-soprano), 1996.
  • Jihlava Military Music 1875: Blahunek, Prague Castle Guard.
  • Vienna - The Mahler Years: Mayr, Kurz, Forst, Preuss, Slezak, Gutheil-Schoder, Naval, Kiurina, Mildenburg, Bland, Hesch, Maikl, Forster-Lauterer, Pacal, Forstel, Hilgermann, Schmedes, Weidt, Demuth, Lehmann, Schrodter, Elizza Charles-Cahier, Kittel, 1897-1907.

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