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Tuesday, November 5, 2013


Sometimes I think the greatest movement in Beethoven's Ninth is its least known (due to no use in commercial themes, perhaps).  That would be the adagio, and never done better than the offering led by Dudamel in his L.A. Philharmonic debut, which I caught as televised. In fact, is there anything greater?  In two parts:

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