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Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 4th movement Beethoven Help Opus Details
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Beethoven's 5th Symphony was composed in 1807-1808 and dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz and Count Razumovsky. The 4th movement is marked 'Allegro'. It starts with a typically Beethovian bold diatonic series of 3 chords on the tonic (C major). followed by 3 faster perfect cadences (dominant-tonic pairs). This employs tutti, the entire orchestra, with heavy emphasis to the rhythm provided by the timpani. This 1st theme lasts for 25 bars, and is followed by the 2nd theme using woodwind and horns, later the 3rd theme uses strings.
Category: Symphony Orchestra Featuring French Horn Classical Period
Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   C Major also featuring Viola, Cello Play MP3 using player below.

1    This 4th movement starts with a blazing fortissimo tutti, in C major, with powerful but simple tonic/dominant chords.

2    The 2nd theme is stated on the woodwinds with the French Horns, still in Beethoven's characteristic bold dominant-tonic fashion.

3    The 3rd theme, on strings, employs ascending triplet patterns, in the modulated key of G major.

4    the 4th theme is in the dominant key of G, played by the clarinets and bassoons.

5    The 5th theme is introduced forte on the bassoons, then taken up piano by the horns.
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