On his sixth Symphony, as stated on the subtitle “Memories of life in the countryside, more the expression of feelings than a descriptive painting”, Beethoven takes us on a journey where Nature speaks through the voices of the orchestra, not through imitative sonorities, but where everything is understood from an atmosphere that expresses his love for it.
The beginning of the journey in the countryside is marked by the awakening of feelings, which lead us to continue the journey enchanted by what we see, by the birds we hear, by the breeze we feel, until we join the joy of those who celebrate the end of the storm, through a sweet expression of happiness and grandeur.
Beethoven makes the sun rise inside of each and every one, reminding us that we are a part of Nature, touching us on the most essential point: The feeling.

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