Beethoven: Symphony No.5
Goethe encapsulated Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony well: ‘It’s very big, absolutely crazy!’ With the Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan embarked on the creation of definitive recordings of his signature works, bringing together decades on the podium to cement his musical legacy. Performing Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, he brings his experience of innumerable performances and multiple recordings to this powerful interpretation. PROGRAM BEETHOVEN Symphony No.5 ARTISTS Herbert von Karajan, conductor Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
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