Pianists Lucas Jussen and Arthur Jussen played a very humorous and virtuoso version of Mozarts Symphony No.40 as an encore during their concerts with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Enjoy the clip!

Lucas and Arthur Jussen - Sinfonia 40

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