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.[1]

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



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