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Gustav Mahler: Legacy

Production Credits

In memory of Evelyn D. Haas, patron of the arts.

Produced & Directed by
JOAN SAFFA
DAVID KENNARD
Edited by
BLAIR GERSHKOW
Directors of Photography
US: BOB ELFSTROM
MICHAEL ANDERSON
Europe: IAN SALVAGE
Additional Camera
RODDY BLELLOCH
Sound
US: DAN GLEICH
Europe: ANDREW YARME
Gaffer
ALAN STEINHEIMER
Associate Producer
JAMIE LEJEUNE
Production Team
MONICA LAM
AMANDA HUELSE
ANNIE ELFSTROM
Archival Research
MINETTE SIEGEL
Location Coordinators
NORMAN POTOCKA
ASTRID SCHWARZ
ALICE BAYERSBERG
Consultants
PETER GRUNBERG
MORTEN SOLVIK
Assistant Editor
JAMIE LE JEUNE
Additional Scripting
CHARLIE PEARSON
Production Manager
CHERYL KING
Graphics Design
SCOTT HARRIS
HD Post Production
VIDEO ARTS San Francisco
Post Production Audio
BERKE SOUND San Francisco

PERFORMANCE FOOTAGE

Director
GARY HALVORSON
Producer
MICHAEL BRONSON
Coordinating Producer
ELAINE WARNER
Associate Producer
KATE GAITLEY
Editor
GARY BRADLEY
Audio Producer
JACK VAD
Audio Post Production
MARIE EBBING
JONATHON STEVENS

FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY

President
JOHN GOLDMAN
Executive Director
BRENT ASSINK
Director of Artistic Planning
GREGG GLEASNER
Media Production Manager
JOYCE CRON WESSLING
Electronic Media Manager
EDIE CHENG
Electronic Media Coordinator
LIZ KETTERER
Legal Services
RICHARD J. IDELL

SPECIAL THANKS TO

Joshua Robison
Gregg Whiteside
International Mahler Society
Janette Gitler
AUSTRIA
Vienna State Opera
Hotel Bristol, Vienna
Café Sperl, Vienna
Karlskirche, Vienna
Peter Poulton - Vienna Philharmonic Archives
Norbert Schermann – Barrel Organ
Forum Hall, Bad Hall
CZECH REPUBLIC
Vysocan Folk Group, Hlinsko
Gustav Mahler Society, Prague
NEW YORK
Gary Graffman
Carnegie Hall Archives

The musicians and stage crew of the San Francisco Symphony
International Alliance Of Theatrical Stage Employees, Local No. 16
Staff of the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall
San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center

ARCHIVAL IMAGES COURTESY OF

AKG Images
Art Resource, NY
Bild-Archive der Österreichen Nationalbibliothek, Vienna
Budget Films
Collection Médiathèque Musicale Mahler, Paris
Carnegie Hall Archives
Faust – Rights: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung
Faust – Distributor: Transit Film GmbH
Filmarchiv Austria
Footage World
Gilbert E. Kaplan Collection, The Kaplan Foundation, New York
The Gosta Serlachius Museum of Fine Arts
The Granger Collection
Herm. J Nieman Collection, Wassenaar, The Netherlands
Historisches Museum der Stadt Wein
The Image Works
Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft, Vienna
Mahler-Rosé Collection, Music Library, University of Western Ontario
The Mengelberg Collection
Metropolitan Opera Archives
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania
Sammlungen der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien
Streamline Films
Vienna State Opera
Vienna Tourist Board
WPA Film Library

MUSIC SELECTIONS

Symphony # 3, Symphony #9 and Symphony #10 – Gustav Mahler
Universal Edition A.G., Vienna and Universal Edition Ltd., London

Symphony #5 – Gustav Mahler (Ratz Edition)
(c) 1964. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of C.F. Peters

Symphony #6 – Gustav Mahler (Ratz Edition)
(c) 1965. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission of C.F. Peters

Executive Producers
MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS
JOHN KIESER
 
lead funding provided by
Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund
with generous support from Nan Tucker McEvoy, The James Irvine Foundation, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Marcia and John Goldman, Ray and Dagmar Dolby Family Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, William and Gretchen Kimball Fund, Lisa and John Pritzker, Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey, Koret Foundation Fund, Lynn and Tom Kiley, Anita and Ronald Wornick, Roselyne Chroman Swig, Margaret Liu Collins & Edward B. Collins, the Acacia Foundation, Matt Cohler, The Bernard Osher Foundation, Betty and Jack Schafer, Felipe R. Santiago and Barry T. Joseph, Mary C. Falvey, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Hays, Mark Heising and Liz Simons, David and Janyce Hoyt, Laurence and Michèle Corash, Helen Berggruen, and others.