Symphony No. 3 by Nikolai Myaskovsky


'''Symphony No. 3 in A minor''', Op. 15 in 1914.

It is in two movements:

#Non troppo vivo, vigoroso

#Deciso e sdegnoso

It is dedicated to Boris Asafyev.

The third symphony was the last that Myaskovsky wrote before the outbreak of the First World War. The past works of the composer that had been taken up by performers at this time, particularly the Cello Sonata in D major, Op. 12 were already well-liked. Work on the symphony was terminated in April 1914.