Symphony No.8, D.759 (Schubert, Franz)
Fulda Symphonic Orchestra (orchestra)
Simon Schindler (conductor)
Fulda: Fulda Symphonic Orchestra, 2000.
Recorded live April 9, 2000 at the Fürstensaal des Stadtschlosses.
Moscow: Muzgiz, n.d.(ca.1952). Plate M. 22670 Г.
Completion by Philip Legge
Philip Legge (1972*)
Melbourne: Philip Legge, Copyright © 2008 first published at IMSLP
See Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern (D.797, No.1).
N.B. Lengthy sections of the first movement currently contain errors and omissions, that require further editing. Foliation: (1-38, 39=blank, 50–172). Page 39 is intentionally blank, as pages 39–49 have been deleted from the PDF (for the time being). A revised (complete) version is planned very soon.
Trombone 1 (alto clef, bass clef), 2 (tenor clef, bass clef), 3
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Pianos 8 hands (Burchard)
For 2 Pianos, 8 hands (Kirchner)
For Violin and Piano (Sitt)
For 2 Pianos 4 hands (Singer)
For Piano 4 hands (Reinecke)
For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich)
For Piano 4 hands
For Piano solo (Brandts Buys)
For Piano solo (Kleinmichel)
For Piano solo (Pauer)
For Piano solo (Reinecke)
For Violin, Cello, Piano and Harmonium (Hansen)
Nikolaj Hansen (1855-1932)
Also includes ad lib. parts for viola and violin II.
Original images: ca.250dpi, color tif (from pdf) files approx. 2480 x 3500 pixels. Editing: converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, re-sampled to 600dpi, and set uniform margins.
Sketches and Drafts
For Piano solo (Schubert)
Composer’s piano sketch
(including the fragmentary 3rd movement)
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Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Franz Schuberts Werke (1884–1897), Revisionsbericht
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1897, pp.13–26.
New York: Dover Publications, 1969.
- Columbia University Orchestra
|Work Title||Symphony No.8|
|Alternative Title||Unvollendete (Unfinished)|
|Movements/Sections||2  movements
|Year/Date of Composition||1822|
|Average Duration||25 minutes|
|Related Works||Passacaglia by Leopold Godowsky is based on this work.|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
|Symphonies by Franz Schubert|