Hello to Everybody. I wil be going tomorrow to hear Mahler's Tenth Symphony (12/2/2011) performed by the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall here in Manhattan. The conductor is Daniel Harding. The Cooke version will be used. I know that Mahler left behind 172 pages of a rough draft of the score. He only completed the first movement. Bernstein and many others refused to conduct anything beyond the first movement. I am fasinated by the many five movement versions. There are Cooke, Mazzetti, Carpenter. Cooke seems to dominate the recordings but I also own versions by the other two finishers. I have not compared these versions but plan to do so after I attend the concert. Any more information any of you can give would be appreciated. Thank you.