Symphony of Transformation

From our point of view, Beethoven’s Second Symphony is anchored in the Classical structure and tradition, but for its contemporaries it exhibited something transformative and shockingly innovative, making it the ultimate symphony of Classicism. It is the awakening of something denser, richer in content, forcing to create new paths.
Most likely enjoying the contact with nature, which he liked so much, influenced the colorful composition appearing for the first time in a symphonic work, a Scherzo, a “playfull game”, in stark contrast to the dramatic period of his life.
But Beethoven, is the living force of an internal awakening capable of transforming itself in something bigger – Music.

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