We reckon this is the all-time greatest crescendo in

11 October 2019, 16:59 | Up to date: 11 Oct 2019, 17:20

Hear to the epic crescendo that bridges the 3rd and fourth movements of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. It’s just amazing.

Wagner may well have higher decibels and Richard Strauss could have extra brass, but we reckon the greatest minute of comfortable to loud comes about in Beethoven’s masterful, epoch-defining Symphony No. 5.

Hear us out, then don some headphones and see if you concur.

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This amazing second takes place at the stop of the symphony’s 3rd motion, heralded by punchy rhythms and probing legato themes,  combining to hint that one thing is about to explode… and it truly does. Enable us wander you by way of it.

From soft to loud

In a natural way, viewing as it truly is a crescendo, the starting of this outstanding passage is marked a whispering ppp. We journey even though sempre pp (pretty much ‘still very soft’) and then suddenly improve however the crescendo to a storming ff.

From small to key

There is almost nothing like a tonal switch to make a thing really feel genuinely epic. The very first and third movements of this symphony are darkly minimal and this crescendo by way of a huge dominant chord into a blast of C key goodness is just so enjoyable.

From darkness to light-weight

You can pretty much hear fate knocking in this 3rd movement, specially in the timpani: all is darkish, contorted, troubled and, frankly, a little bit depressing. But just after this great symphonic swell, a brass fanfare opens up a heroic, optimistic and celebratory finale.

Enjoy the goosebump-inducing second (it starts off close to 4:28) 

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