The Symphony in C Roma is the second of Georges Bizet's symphonies, written over an eleven-year span. Bizet was never fully satisfied with it, subjecting it to a number of revisions, but died before finishing his definitive version. All four movements were performed in his lifetime, but never all on the same occasion. The full symphony in its latest revision was premiered in 1875, after his death. It has been recorded a number of times but is not often heard on the concert platform. Given its somewhat careless construction and lack ... more

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Recording 1 - Andante tranquilo, allegro agitato Download
Recording 2 - Allegretto vivace Download
Recording 3 - Andante molto Download
Recording 4 - Allegro vivaccisimo Download



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