The Little Symphony

The joy, liveliness and elegance of the Eighth Symphony, send us back to patterns of Classicism through a thematic treatment, color and dimension, but when applied in a transgressive and ironic way, they no longer represent a return, but perhaps, the end of a cycle and a look at the past in a fun and humorous way. Beethoven is ready to, once again, take us to a new dimension.

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