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|1. Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral': Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso|
|2. Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral': Molto vivace|
|3. Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral': Adagio molto e cantabile - Andante moderato - Adagio|
|4. Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral': Presto - Allegro ma non troppo - Allegro Assai - Allegro assai vivace - alla marcia - Andante maestoso - Allegro - Allegro energico, sempre ben marcato - Allegro ma non tanto - Poco adagio - Prestissimo|
Quite simply astounding even with the playing errors. Although contrary to some reviews here I have sat through the 3rd movement and heard nothing sounding like bloopers in... Read morePublished on April 23 2006 by Amazon Customer
As I sit here listening to the beautiful third movement of this symphony I say to myself "I've heard many other recordings that are cleaner, more elaborate, better recorded,... Read morePublished on June 29 2004 by Panagiotis
I am NOT a classical music expert. I bought this version of the 9th based on the many knowledgeable reviews posted here. I am happy I bought it. HOWEVER... Read morePublished on Dec 21 2003 by kevin m antonio
I've heard Beethoven many time, his 7th Symphony was the first work of classical music I ever heard, and specially his two masterworks (the Missa and this Symphony) are my... Read morePublished on Dec 25 2002 by "parsifal125"
I first encountered this recording in the Franklin Mint set of the 100 greatest recordings of all time, and I was ecstatic when I saw that it was available on CD. Read morePublished on Oct. 2 2002 by Jeff P Goyette
The 9th is, for me, the greatest work ever produced by the human mind. And, for many years, I have bought more than thirty records. And this is the best of all. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2002 by "rinaldi36"
This recording (that is so much more than a recording) seems to grow greater in stature while I am listening to other recordings of the Ninth, to Karajan, Solti, Barenboim or Bohm. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2002 by samantha
There is a later recording conducted by Furtwangler, from the 1954 Lucern Festival with the Philharmonia Orchestra. Technically, it is a marvel. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2002 by Howard Grady Brown