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A Symphonic Revolution: Ludwig van Beethoven: ‘Eroica’

Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony explore Beethoven’s life and the Eroica Symphony in particular.
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Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony explore Beethoven’s life and the Eroica Symphony in particular. The interactive timeline shows important events in this great composer’s life. Besides learning about Symphony #3, the Eroica, you can hear bits of Beethoven’s other symphonies. Read about the dedication of the Eroica, and explore the score of the symphony itself in great detail as you follow along with Maestro Thomas conducting the orchestra.

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