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Act One: YouTube Symphony Orchestra @ Carnegie Hall

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Published on Apr 16, 2009

http://youtube.com/symphony The world's first collaborative online orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall on April 15, 2009. Selected by the YouTube community and several members of the world's most renowned orchestras, the YouTube Symphony Orchestra is made up of over 96 professional and amateur musicians from 30+ countries and territories on six continents and represents 26 different instruments.

Program:
07:15 Johannes Brahms - Allegro giocoso from Symphony No.4 in E minor, Op. 98
17:15 Lou Harrison - Music from Canticle No. 3
27:45 Antonín Dvořák - Music from Serenade in D minor, Op. 44
32:45 Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon Septimi toni No. 2
38:15 Johann Sebastian Bach - Sarabande from Suite No. 1 in G major, for Cello Solo, VWV 1007 (performed by Joshua Roman)
43:30 Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas brasileiras No. 9
54:00 Richard Wagner - Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walkuere

Special thanks to the following guest artists:
- Joshua Roman

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Comments • 1,881

AAA YOUTUBE TV
i like the idea of the youtube symphony orchestra playing orchestras from your home, could catch omn
D Kim
I love this!
DANIEL RIBEIRO DOS SANTOS SANTOS
YOUTUBE TUDO DE BOM, PRINCIPALMENTE QUANDO SE DIZ EM MÚSICA ERUDITA.
DANIEL RIBEIRO DOS SANTOS SANTOS
É DE ADMIRAR A QUANTIDADE DE PESSOAS QUE GOSTAM DESTE VIDEO.
Sylwia Wiktorowicz
(8)lat rok temu 
Dell Summers
43:40 beutiful
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Gabriel Bernal
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My meaning is perfectly clear; music is not a salami that you cut into slices. Either you give a score in its entirety or not. These kind of performances were done in the 19th century and before were a nonsense. You don't play Beethoven's 9th only 4rth movement, you play it in its entirety or you don't. Just like today's new habit to have people applaud between movements of a work. But if you prefer to go back to antediluvian habits please do but don't call yourself then a real music lover.
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