- Symphony No. 10 (Beethoven)
Beethoven's Symphony No. 10 may refer to
* Symphony No. 1 by
Johannes Brahms, often called "Beethoven's tenth" after Hans von Bülowdescribed it thus because of similarities with Beethoven's ninth and because some hoped that Brahms would become "new Beethoven"
* Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 10, a hypothetical work assembled from fragmentary sketches in the 20th century
* Violin Concerto, sometimes called "Beethoven's Tenth" because of the prominence of the orchestra. It has also been called "Symphony No. 10 with Violin solo."
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