1906 Concert Amsterdam 10-03-1906 - Das Klagende Lied
- Chronology: Year 1906
- Data: Saturday 10-03-1906 at 20:00
- Location: Royal Concertgebouw
- Nature: The "Maatschappij tot bevordering der toonkunst"
- Program: Schillings, Mahler, Strauss (Taillefer)
- Composition Mahler:
- Soloist: Lucie Coenen (1871-1924), Albert Jungblut, Dina Mahlendorf, Maria Philippi (1875-1944), Richard Breitenfeld (baritone)
- Conductors: Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951) and Gustav Mahler (1860-1911). The Dutch conductor Martin S. Heukeroth oversaw the offstage orchestra.
- Orchestra: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO/KCO)
- Chorus: Toonkunst choir, Amsterdam
- Concert number: c184
- Notes: The society to promote the art of music. First performance of Das Klagende Lied in Amsterdam. Mahler'r repeat performance scheduled for the next day was conducted by Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951), because Mahler (already before arriving in Amsterdam) had decided to withdraw. However, it seems that Mahler was unable to provide a suitable and convincing explanation, so he asked his secretary at the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, to forward a "fake" telegram, summoning him back to Vienna on official matters (telegram at the "Haus-, Hof- and Staatsarchiv" in Vienna)
- Mahler was very positive about Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951) conducting Strauss.
- Max von Schillings (1868-1933) - Dem Verklärten, op. 21 for baritone, choir and orchestra, Willem Mengelberg, conductor. Richard Breitenfeld, Toonkunst choir, Amsterdam
- Gustav Mahler - Das Klagende Lied. Gustav Mahler, conductor. Dina Mahlendorf, Lucie Coenen, Maria Philippi, Albert Jungblutt, Richard Breitenfeld, Toonkunst choir, Amsterdam
- Richard Strauss (1864-1949) - Taillefer, op. 52 for soloists, choir and orchestra. Willem Mengelberg, conductor. Dina Mahlendorf, Lucie Coenen, Maria Philippi, Albert Jungblutt, Richard Breitenfeld, Toonkunst choir, Amsterdam