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Symphony No.8 in G Op 88 4th movement Dvořák Help Opus Details
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This is the 4th movement, the finale, of Dvorak's cheerful Symphony No 8 in G. Dvorak wrote it in 1889. In older catalogues it was numbered as Symphony No 4. It starts and ends in G major, and Dvorak marks it Allegro ma non troppo.

The opening theme is a fanfare on the trumpets, as though summoning us to a pageant. Then the first main theme is a graceful dance tune on the cellos. This 4th movement is a bit like a linked set of slavonic dances, some of which are variations on the two main themes. The 2nd theme is a solid lumbering tune in C minor played by the oboes and clarinets, which Dvorak then develops, especially by using the emphatic rhythym of its first two bars.
Category: Symphony Orchestra Romantic Period
Time Signature 2 /4 Key Signature   G Major Play MP3 using player below.

1    Trumpet fanfare which opens 4th movement of Dvorak's 8th Symphony.

2    Cello melody forming 1st major theme of 4th movement.

3    This 2nd theme is a solid lumbering tune in C minor played by the oboes and clarinets, which Dvorak then develops, especially by using the emphatic rhythm of its first two bars.
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