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Symphony No 7

Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony was already a success at its première in 1813, filled with energy and drama.

Napoleon had by this time besieged Vienna, something that deeply affected Beethoven. The second movement has sometimes been interpreted as a monument to human suffering, and the finale as an inspired triumph. With its powerful rhythms, it is also one of Beethoven’s most muscular symphonies, here interpreted by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the charismatic chief conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali.


Beethoven Symphony No 7


Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra

Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor

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