Youth Symphony (Rachmaninoff)
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The Youth Symphony in D minor is the first movement of a symphony written by Sergei Rachmaninoff, the score of which is dated September 28, 1891. It is the only movement of the work that was completed.
The score was published posthumously by Muzgiz in 1947.
The composition, as it has survived, consists of a single movement marked Grave - Allegro molto and takes around 12 minutes to perform
- Layton, Robert (1994). From Failure to Success (Liner notes). Philips Classics Productions. (Sergei Rachmaninoff, Symphony No. 2, Op. 27 — Kirov Orchestra / Valery Gergiev)
- Nice, David (2008). Liner Notes to Chandos CD 10475 (PDF). Chandos Records. (Rachmaninoff: 'Youth Symphony'/Symphony No. 1/Isle of the Dead - BBC Philharmonic Orchestra / Gianandrea Noseda)