There are at least two recordings that offer the non-Goethe instrumental epilogue to Liszt's Faust Symphony: Noseda's (Chandos) and Ivan Fischer (Philips - both endings supplied). I have come back to Sir Simon's recording with the Berliners, his first with them, after allowing myself to be lured away for several years by others who received richer encomia in the press. The same thing happened with Harold In Italy. Now I have it again and I wouldn't choose another. Sound quality and performance are first rate, and Rattle's recording boasts a superb tenor in Peter Seiffert, better I think than many others. There's no denying Faust is a long haul but rushing doesn't help; fortunately this version is both live and lively.
I got my copy from the marketplace at super bargain price.