In my blog submission about Gilbert Kaplan's performance with the NYP, I took an unfortunate literary license with my statement " From Arturo T. to Zubin M., the admirers of this work can find solace in many recordings...."
It has been pointed out to me, more times than once, that Arturo Toscanini never recorded Mahler's Symphony No. 2. With further research, I have found this fact to be true as well.
I apologize if the statement is misleading. My intent was to illustrate that one can find many wonderful recordings of this symphony by conductors from "A to Z."
When you're wrong, you're wrong. My thanks to the folks who left comments pointing this out.
My entry would have been better served if I had used "from Abbado to Zinman." (Before you run to your browser to check: they both have recorded the symphony.)