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    "Entr'acte" from the original motion picture soundtrack of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma.

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    Norbert Kraft playing the Fantasia, opus 4 for guitar by Fernando Sor.

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    Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting the Berlin Philharmonic in Schubert's Symphony No. 9, popularly known as his "Great C Major" symphony (since he wrote an earlier one which is called the "Little C Major").

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    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting the Berlin Philharmonic in Schubert's Symphony No. 9, popularly known as his "Great C Major" symphony (since he wrote an earlier one which is called the "Little C Major").
    .....which was his 6th symphony, called that as it is quite a bit shorter than his 9th. My favorite is still the 8th (the unfinished). However, these two are somewhat misnamed as he wrote the 9th symphony before he wrote the 8th symphony. But they are named in that order because the 9th was not found among his papers until well after Schubert's death (in 1829 at the age of 31, only 2 years after Beethoven's death), and after the 'unfinished' had already been published as his 8th symphony.

    I heard a version of the 9th on SiriusXM, played by the New York Philharmonic under the conduction of Leonard Bernstein.
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    Mass in D by Antonín Dvořák, in a 1974 recording conducted by István Kertész.

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    The Swedish Chamber Orchestra under Thomas Dausgaard in Schumann's Symphony #1, the "Spring Symphony." A 2007 recording on the BIS label.

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    Now listening to the live broadcast of the Vienna Philharmonic's New Year's Concert on an Internet stream.

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    Bedřich Smetana: Má Vlast. Jiří Bělohlávek conducting the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance from the 1988 Prague Spring festival.

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    Symphony #40 by WA Mozart. I didn't catch the conductor's name, but it was the Gustav Mahler orechestra playing it. This was only one of two G minor symphonies Mozart wrote, the other being #25.
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    Piano Concerto in G by Maurice Ravel, played by Martha Argerich with a pickup orchestra in a 2011 performance.

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