The stately second movement of Beethoven’s seventh symphony sits alongside the dramatic power of Dvořák’s New World Symphony. Lushly romantic, Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet theme joins with a fiery Slavonic Dance and the grand march of Bizet’s Farandole
Bizet. Stately bassoon duet into grand orchestral march (1872)
Bach. Stately string melody with complex woodwind & horn underscore arranged for orchestra. (1731)
Dvořák.Exuberant, fiery orchestral romp. (c. 1878)
Beethoven. Grand, stately and moving second movement of Beethoven’s seventh symphony. (1812)
Dvořák. Dramatic, powerful & grand orchestral theme. Fourth movement of Dvořák’s New World Symphony. (1893)
Romeo And Juliet
Tchaikovsky. Broad, lushly romantic & famous theme by Tchaikovsky with classic symphonic ending. (1880)
Purcell. Cheerful but grandly baroque, English orchestral theme. (1676)
Charpentier. Formal, stately baroque orchestra with trumpet lead (c.1690)
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