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    2nd Mov.: Largo - Claudio Arrau, Beethoven*, Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam*, Bernard Haitink - Piano Concerto No. 3 (Vinyl, LP)

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      Elly Ameling, soprano; Aafje Heynis, contralto; Bernard Haitink w/ Netherlands Radio Chorus & Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam (Phillips) 4. Symphony no. 9 mov. 1/mov. 4Seller Rating: % positive.
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      The conductor in both cases is Bernard Haitink, with his own Concertgebouw Orchestra for the first but with the Vienna Philharmonic for the second. Ashkenazy's performance of the first emphasizes the pain-laden emotion of the opening movement and is better than the more sedate performance by Claudio Arrau with the same conductor and orchestra /5(25).

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