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Marcel Marnat describes the piece as follows: "... trois lignes mélodiques indépendantes superposées, bientôt bafouées par l'intervention des accords incléments qu'y introduit la cinquième main. La basse seule reste stable, répétant sinistrement la même note. Le langage est ici aussi nouveau que possible, étonamment libéré de tout le reste de la création ravélienne." ( Marnat , [1986], ).

" Flagstad's Sibelius ... is an indispensible record in any Sibelius collection.  ... recommended with the greatest possible enthusiasm " - The Gramophone, 1970

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The second part of the programme features Johannes Brahms’ Fourth Symphony about whose successful premiere on 25 October 1885 Richard Strauss wrote, “It it is difficult to define in words all the splendour that this work contains – you can only listen to it and raptly admire it again and again”. Joseph Joachim noted about the first performance by the Berliner Philharmoniker on 1 February 1886: “The downright gripping movement of the whole thing ... , the wonderfully intricate growth of the motifs even more than the richness and the beauty of individual passages have really affected me so that I almost believe that the E minor is my favourite among the four symphonies.”

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