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Ludwig van Beethoven
Opus 21: Symphony No. 1 in C major (00:00)
First (00:00) Second (08:14) Third (14:15) Fourth (17:45)

Opus 36: Symphony No. 2 in D major (23:48)
First (23:48) Second (33:48) Third (45:54) Fourth (49:15)

Opus 55: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major “Eroica” (56:08)
First (56:08) Second (1:10:23) Third (1:26:06) Fourth (1:31:42)

Opus 60: Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major (1:42:48)
First (1:42:48) Second (1:54:29) Third (2:03:50) Fourth (2:09:18)

Opus 67: Symphony No. 5 in C minor (2:16:23)
First (2:16:23) Second (2:23:57) Third (2:33:40) Fourth (2:38:51)

Opus 68: Symphony No. 6 in F major “Pastoral” (2:47:21)
First (2:47:21) Second (2:56:44) Third (3:09:18) Fourth (3:14:17) Fifth (3:17:51)

Opus 92: Symphony No. 7 in A major (3:26:37)
First (3:26:37) Second (3:38:07) Third (3:46:02) Fourth (3:53:24)

Opus 93: Symphony No. 8 in F major (4:00:22)
First (4:00:22) Second (4:09:34) Third (4:13:26) Fourth (4:18:25)

Opus 125: Symphony No. 9 in D minor “Choral” (4:26:17)
First (4:26:17) Second (4:41:14) Third (4:52:29) Fourth (5:08:42)

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The 9 Symphonies
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Orchestra: Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra conducted by W. Furtwangler

0:00 Symphony n. 1
25:35 Symphony n. 3
1:17:48 Symphony n. 2
1:50:00 Symphony n. 4
2:25:52 Symphony n. 5
3:01:36 Symphony n. 7
3:40:21 Symphony n. 6
4:25:10 Symphony n. 8
4:50:59 Symphony n. 9


Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major…..
BBC Philharmonic
Juanjo Mena, conductor
BBC Proms 2013
Royal Albert Hall London….

Info source BBCs website (c)


Daniel Barenboim’s West-Eastern Divan Orchestra perform a Beethoven symphony cycle at the BBC Proms 2012.

Canal de Josep489

Great interpretation of Alexander Scriabin’s The Poem of Ecstasy, played by the Philharmonia Orchestra and conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen at 2010 BBC Proms.


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Great presentarion of the legendary american conductor Leonard Bernstein, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Christa Ludwig (contralto solo), the Viena State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Boys Choir playing the Symphony No. 3 of Gustav Mahler, at 1973.

Gran presentación del legendario maestro norteamericano Leonard Bernstein, la Orquesta Flarmónica de Viena, Christa Ludwig (contralto solo), el Coro de la Ópera Estatal de Vienna y el Coro de Niños de Viena interpretando la Sinfonía No. 3 de Gustav Mahler, en 1973.

0:01:13 – 1. Kräftig entschieden
0:34:03 – 2. Tempo di Menuetto. Sehr mäßig
0:44:54 – 3. Commodo, Scherzando. Ohne Hast
1:02:14 – 4. Sehr langsam. Misterioso
1:12:46 – 5. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck
1:16:56 – 6. Langsam, ruhevoll, empfunden

(Thanks to user “Glypo3000” for tempos at symphony)


First movement of Mozart’s 40th symphony, accompanied by a scrolling bar-graph score.

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At TED, Boston, Benjamin Zander conducts Beethovens 5th Symphony

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A light-hearted ditty, for a change

Written in 1925, it was premiered at his infamous 1927 Carnegie Hall Concert which also debuted the Succès de scandale Ballet Mécanique. It was originally intended to be used in Paul Whiteman’s Experiment in Modern Music (which famously premiered George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue) concerts, but was deemed too radical. Scored for a massive instrumentation of 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, various percussion, 2 banjos, 3 pianos (including one soloist), and full string section.

For convenience, he reorchestrated the work in 1955 for a much more conservative ensemble, a version which also rids itself of the many dissonances and noises of the original.

It was performed by the Harlem Symphonietta conducted by W.C. Handy, and was complimented by the likes of Gershwin and Aaron Copland. Despite this critical success, it was overshadowed by the spectacle of the main work, Ballet Mécanique. The work can be seen with Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Darius Milhaud’s La Création du Monde as one of the first classical works with a successful and overt jazz influence. Furthermore, while Gershwin’s piece is more influenced by big band and swing, Milhaud’s and Antheil’s works can be seen as reinterpretations of the large freeness of Creole and New Orleans and cutting-edge New York jazz.

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I. Allegro con brio @0:03
II. Andante con moto @7:19
III.Allegro @16:18
IV. Allegro @20:57

Symphony No. 5 in C minor,Op. 67
Arturo Toscanini, NBC Symphony Orchestra 1952

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