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Allan Pettersson: Symphony No. 14

Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, Christian Lindberg

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Symphony No. 14  
1
dotted quarter note = 89 (Presto) [Tempo I]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
2:45
2
quarter note = 48 (Tempo II) [Fig. 17]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
2:56
3
half note = 72 (Tempo III) [3 bars after Fig. 27]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
8:01
4
quarter note = c. 84 (Tempo IV) [2 bars before Fig. 45]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
16:01
5
half note = 64 (Tempo V) [2 bars after 87]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
9:01
6
half note = 48 (Tempo VI) [Fig. 115, final quaver]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
4:52
7
half note = 72 (Tempo III) [4 bars before Fig. 125]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
0:55
8
half note = 64 (Tempo V) [3 bars after Fig. 126]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
3:54
9
half note = 48 (Tempo VI) [Fig. 138]
Allan Pettersson; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christian Lindberg
3:45
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:10
Christian Lindberg and the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra continue their series devoted to the symphonies of Swedish composer Allan Pettersson with this recording of the Fourteenth Symphony, completed in 1978 and premiered in 1981, one year after Pettersson's death. Like several of its predecessors, the symphony is in one extended movement and is scored for large forces, including an expanded percussion section, but there are also important traits that set it apart.
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