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Symphony No. 5 | Fantasia 2000

by Ludwig van Beethoven performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under direction of James Levine
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INTRO LINES: It's my very pleasant duty to welcome you here on behalf of all the other artists and musicians whose combined talents went into the creation of this new form of entertainment, Fantasia. What you will see on the screen is a picture of the various abstract images that might pass through your mind if you sat in a concert hall listening to this music. Now, there are three kinds of music on this Fantasia programme. First, there's the kind that tells a definite story. Then there's the kind that, while it has no specific plot, does paint a series of, more or less, definite pictures. Then there's a third kind, music that exists simply for its own sake. The number that opens our Fantasia programme is music of this third kind.
Abstract patterns and shapes resembling butterflies in reds and oranges and yellows and greens and blues and purples and pinks in shades, tints, and hues and bats explore a world of light and darkness which is ultimately conquered by light. Watch other parts of movie
Watch Symphony No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven
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