A bit into the fourth movement of the single greatest piece of music

A bit into the fourth movement of the single greatest piece of music

A bit into the fourth movement of the single greatest piece of music. Though abbreviated, they start right at my favorite moment: from the pause at 3:02 until the single cello picks up the main theme at 3:06 (times are from my favorite recording, Bernard Haitink conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra).

Yes, I’ve listened to it a fair few times, I’ve heard it performed by the Amsterdam, Seattle, and Chicago Symphony orchestras, and outside at Ravinia.

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