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Last but Definitely Not Least (Great Finales)

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Last but Definitely Not Least (Great Finales)

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Last but Definitely Not Least (Great Finales)

Last but Definitely Not Least (Great Finales)

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For the final Morning Edition broadcast of the year, music commentator Miles Hoffman plays some of the greatest finales of classical music.

The titles and composers of the finales in this piece are as follows:

  1. Gustav Mahler, Symphony Number 1
  2. Ludwig van Beethoven , Symphony Number 5
  3. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Symphony Number 6
  4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro