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The site is also available in several languages. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Likewise his habitual pleasure in key-shifting. Anticipating the Fifth Symphony , the tripartite Finale is a grand toccata—slurs and staccato as critical to its thematic profile as harmonic thrust and resolution are to its architecture.

Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The second part of the movement is based on the initial motto theme of the symphony, and in many ways is a direct complement to the introduction of the first movement, leading to an impassioned climax in C major.

After a transition back to the opening theme, the central melody of the movement is restated, this time played by the first violins, while fragments of the opening theme are heard in the accompaniment. The movement concludes in a tranquil fashion, dying away slowly in the strings. The final movement is set in sonata form. The lively, fanfare-like first theme is played by the entire orchestra, leading into a march-like interlude played by woodwind.

After the return of the first theme, the first subject is concluded, and transitions directly into a massive, broad melody played by strings. After dying down to pianissimo , the third movement is briefly recalled. Following this, the development section begins, which is in two sections, the first of which introduces new melodic ideas, and the latter of which revolves around a descending scale.

The recapitulation initially only presents the first subject, before moving into a dominant pedal, building up to the triumphant restatement of the broad melody, in which fragments of the first theme, motto theme, and descending scale can be heard in the accompaniment. An emphatic coda brings the symphony to a close, with a fortissimo restatement of the brass chorale that appeared at the end of the second movement. The final bars present another fixture of Rachmaninoff's large-scale works, the characteristic four-note rhythm ending in this case presented in a triplet rhythm , also heard in his Cello Sonata , second and third piano concertos, and in an altered form in his fourth piano concerto and Symphonic Dances.

The manuscript had been thought lost, until its discovery in the estate of a private collector in It was authenticated by Geoffrey Norris.

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It contains material that has not found its way into any published edition. Parts of the third movement were used for pop singer Eric Carmen 's song, " Never Gonna Fall in Love Again ", which borrowed the introduction and main melody of the third movement as the song's chorus and bridge, respectively. As Rachmaninoff's music was still in copyright at the time it has since expired in most countries , Carmen was made to pay royalties to the Rachmaninoff estate for the use of the composer's music, both for the aforementioned song and "All By Myself ", which borrowed from his second piano concerto in its verse.

Warenberg arranged Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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