The elegant 3rd movement and the energic and whirly 4th movement conclude this journey through Italy as seen through Mendelssohn’s eyes.
A scherzo, a movement, and a brilliant finale.
A milestone for every conductor: Dvořák’s Serenade for strings. The first part covers movements 1 and 2
The analysis of the 2nd and 3rd movements of Mozart’s 40th symphony
The joyful naivete of an outdoor evening coupled with the passionate lines preluding to his later works: Elgar’s Serenade for strings
The beauty of the Czech landscape in Smetana’s musical fresco
A joyful and sparkly outburst of energy, mixed with dark moods and dynamic shifts, topped by an obsessive rhythmic figure: this is Schumann’s 1st symphony “Spring”.
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