The Third movement of the Symphony No.3 by Johannes Brahms. Perfomed by Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler.
Brahms is one of the greatest composers of all times. The 19th century composer, vituoso pianist and conductor, Hans von Bülow spoke of “three Bs”: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Johannes Brahms.
Bülow also suggested that “Bach is the Old Testament and Beethoven the New Testament of music.” A propos, Bülow is known for his apt remaks, like “Always conduct with the score in your head, not your head in the score.”