Steve Schwartz wrote:
>Berlioz, maybe. Strauss, maybe, if you count the Alpine Symphony or
>Heldenleben as a symphony.
Plus at least three other Strauss symphonies depending on your views
on such matters: Certainly the early symphonies in d-minor (1880) and
f-minor (Op. 12, 1883), and possibly the late 2nd Sonatina for Winds
(1945), a.k.a. "Symphonie fur Blaser."
The, "Symphonia Domestica"? Well, more of a hybrid I suppose--a symphonic
poem hiding within a four-movement structure.