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The Prelude in G minor, Op. 23, No. 5, is a composition by Sergei Rachmaninoff completed in 1901. It was included in his Opus 23 set of ten preludes despite having been written two years earlier than the other nine. It is the epitome of Rachmaninoff's Russian nationalism, rife with full chords and evocative melodies. Rachmaninoff himself premiered the piece in Moscow on February 10, 1903, along with Preludes No. 1 and 2 from Op. 23.


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  • Avatar for StuartHaden1
    and this is only the prelude......would like a lot more of this which is precisely what was intended.......encore.......bravo..............
  • Avatar for nosarak
    These august sounding Russian names. Yet their music suggests some connection to, for lack of a better word, nobility.
  • Avatar for andulas48
    wonderful composer his music lives on....
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  • Avatar for aschenglorie
    This brings back some great memories. :")
  • Avatar for voidseer
    I really love this piece.
  • Avatar for sheasavage
    Rock to Rachmaninoff if you're man enough! :D
  • Avatar for MrBiznazty
    The crowd is all over this, and i would be too
  • Avatar for Slyhidden
    Rachmaninoff just invokes such power from his music... The way he plays is truly awe-inspiring.
  • Avatar for andulas48
    He wrote music with such passion....

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