For us free music enthusiasts, orchestral works are naturally hard to come by. Musicians deserve to earn a living, which is why professional recordings typically don’t come free. But then there are these lucky exceptions, like this concert, well preserved for us collectors, so that we can enjoy an (almost, NC-ND…) libre recording of one of the most well known classical themes of all time.
This one starts with the well-known triple-octave rise, popularised by its use in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Not quite as catchy, but still with a decent finale around minutes 10-12, then fizzling out till the end.