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According to folklore, if it's rainy on St Swithin's Day, it'll rain every day for the following 40 days. At Classic FM we're a pretty optimistic bunch, but if you're unlucky enough to be caught in a shower on 15 July, allow us to recommend a suitably stormy soundtrack for your summer...
"What is the fate where the first delights of happiness are not interrupted by some storm…?" Thus reads the cheery opening of the preface on the score of Liszt's orchestral piece. The raging storm passage appears as an interlude between the two main parts of the music.
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