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    Allan Pettersson's Symphony 9. It is a movement of one hour and 20 minutes long
    The Comissiona recording.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereality View Post
    I can't comprehend the vast appreciation in this thread for Dvorak's 9-4 over Mov 1 and 2. I find them easily more impactful and followable. Listen to these moments:

    Mov 1 - https://youtu.be/VuaTY3zHO8Q?t=221 A novel intensity of theme-building
    Mov 2 - https://youtu.be/VuaTY3zHO8Q?t=1077 all of 17:57 - 18:40. Stunningly majestic
    Mov 1 - https://youtu.be/VuaTY3zHO8Q?t=654 Arguably the best part for me


    What is it people personally like more about Mov 4?
    I don't know but I for one enjoy the 3rd movement the most!
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