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‘Symphony From The New World’ Is The Best Of All Time, No Contest

“The first movement, the Adagio?—?Allegro molto, is fine. It’s actually extremely good, but if a first movement is good, you’re only acknowledging it on a subconscious level. It keeps you invested. It pulls you into the rest of piece without making a show of it.”
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