File:PDP-CH - London Symphony Orchestra - Bruno Walter - Symphony No. 9 in C major, D 944 - Schubert - 1st Movement, Conclusion, Allegro ma non troppo - Hmv-db3608-2ea6756.flac

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1st release date: 1939

1st recording date: 11 September 1938

Place of recording: Abbey Road Studios, London (United Kingdom)

Author(s)/Composer(s): Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Music arranger(s): none

Lyricist(s): none

Conductor: Bruno Walter (1876-1962)

Performer(s): London Symphony Orchestra

Vocal range: instrumental

Title/Work: Symphony No. 9 in C major, D 944

Content: 1st Movement (Conclusion): Allegro ma non troppo

Genre(s): Symphonies

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