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Symphony No. 9 ~ Beethoven

Symphony No. 9 ~ Beethoven

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London Symphony Orchestra, cond. Josef Krips Soloists: Jennifer Vyvyan (EDIT), Soprano Shirley Verret, Mezzo-Soprano Rudolph Petrak, Tenor Donaldson Bell, Bass
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Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti

Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti

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On May 7, 1824, Beethoven shared his 9th Symphony with the world even though he could never hear it. On May 7, 2015 celebrate the anniversary of Beethoven’s most glorious and jubilant masterpiece with Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. An exhilarating testament to the human spirit, Beethoven’s Ninth bursts with brooding power and kinetic energy and culminates in the exultant hymn, “Ode to Joy.”The video is now available free on demand for all to enjoy! - See more at: http://cso.org/beethoven9 #sharethejoy
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 | Herbert von Karajan

Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 | Herbert von Karajan

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Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D Minor "Choral" Op.125, Herbert von Karajan, 1963. Gundula Janowitz, soprano; Waldemar Kmentt, tenor; Walter Berry, Baritone; Hilde Rossel-Majdan, contralto. Wiener Singverein, Reinhold Schmid, Choir Master. Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded: Berlin, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, October & November, 1962 Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, 1963. Grand Prix du Disque Parts/Movements 00:00 I. Allegro ma non troppo 15:28 II. Molto vivace 26:28 III. Adagio molto e cantabile 42:53 IV. Presto - 49:15 V. "O Freunde, nicht diese Töne" - Allegro assai On May 7, 1824, Ludwig van Beethoven experienced what must certainly have been the greatest public triumph of his career. The audience which gathered at the Hoftheater adjacent to the Vienna Kärtnertor heard not only the abridged local premiere of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis (the Kyrie, Credo, and Gloria were given) and Op. 124 Overture, but also the first performance of the composer's 'Choral' Symphony. The event was a rousing success; indeed, one of the most moving accounts of Beethoven's final years describes how the profoundly deaf composer, unable to hear the colossal response of his admirers, had to be turned around by one of the soloists so that he could see the hundreds of clapping hands! Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 started life as two separate works - a symphony with a choral finale, and a purely instrumental work in D minor. He labored on these sporadically for almost 10 years before finally deciding (in 1822) to combine the two ideas into one symphony, with Friedrich von Schiller's Ode an die freude (Ode to Joy) - a text he had contemplated setting for a number of years - as the finale. The finished work is of visionary scope and proportions, and represents the apogee of technical difficulty in its day. There are passages, notably a horn solo in the slow movement, which would have been almost impossible to play on the transitional valveless brass instruments of Beethoven's time. As Dennis Matthews writes: "As with other late-period works, there are places where the medium quivers under the weight of thought and emotion, where the deaf composer seemed to fight against, or reach beyond, instrumental and vocal limitations." The Ninth also personifies the musical duality that was to become the nineteenth century - the conflict between the Classic and Romantic, the old and new. The radically different styles of Brahms and Liszt, for instance, both had their precedents in this work. On one hand, there was the search for a broader vocabulary (especially in terms of harmony and rhythm) within the eighteenth century framework; on the other, true Romanticism, embracing the imperfect, the unattainable, the personal and the extreme - qualities that violate the very nature of Classicism. When viewed individually, the first three movements still have their roots distinctly in the eighteenth century, while the fourth - rhapsodic, and imbued with poetic meaning - seems to explode from that mold, drawing the entire work into the realm of program music, a defining concept of musical Romanticism. Beethoven's Ninth represents a fitting culmination to the composer's symphonic ouvre - a body of work that is still unmatched in its scope and seminal ingenuity - and remains a pillar of the modern symphonic repertoire.
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The Berlin Celebration Concert - Beethoven, Symphony No 9 Bernstein 1989

The Berlin Celebration Concert - Beethoven, Symphony No 9 Bernstein 1989

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Conducted by Leonard Bernstein, THE BERLIN CELEBRATION CONCERT is an historic performance marking the fall of the Berlin Wall. Performed on Christmas Day 1989 in the former East Berlin, the concert unites an international cast of celebrated musicians and vocalists for a moving performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Symphonieorchester des Bayerisches Rundfunks and members of Staatskapelle Dresden, Orchestra of the Leningrad Kirov Theatre, London Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and Orchestre de Paris.
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Beethoven Symphony No.9

Beethoven Symphony No.9

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Ludwig van Beethoven - Sinfonie Nr. 9 | Gewandhaus zu Leipzig (31.12.2013)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Sinfonie Nr. 9 | Gewandhaus zu Leipzig (31.12.2013)

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Live aus dem Gewandhaus zu Leipzig (am 31. Dezember 2013) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) - Sinfonie Nr. 9 d-Moll op. 125 mit dem Schlusschor über Schillers Ode "An die Freude" Gewandhausorchester Dirigent: Riccardo Chailly GewandhausKinderchor (Einstudierung: Frank-Steffen Elster) GewandhausChor (Einstudierung: Gregor Meyer) Chor der Oper Leipzig (Einstudierung: Alessandro Zuppardo) Solisten: Camilla Tilling (Sopran), Gerhild Romberger (Alt), Simon O'Neill (Tenor), Ain Anger (Bass) © MDR 2013
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Beethoven: Symphony No.9 in D minor - Wiener Philharmoniker, Christian Thielemann (HD 1080p)

Beethoven: Symphony No.9 in D minor - Wiener Philharmoniker, Christian Thielemann (HD 1080p)

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Faces of Classical Music http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.com • More information: http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/2017/06/ludwig-van-beethoven-symphony-no9-in-d.html CHRISTIAN THIELEMANN CONDUCTS LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) ♪ Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 "Choral" (1822-1824) i. Allegro ma non troppo ii. Molto vivace iii. Adagio molto e cantabile iv. PrestoAllegro assai v. Recitative – Allegro assai Annette Dasch, soprano Mihoko Fujimura, mezzo-soprano Piotr Beczala, tenor Georg Zeppenfeld, bass Wiener Singverein Wiener Philharmoniker Conductor: Christian Thielemann Wiener Musikverein, April 2010 (HD 1080p) Uploaded on Youtube for the Blog "Faces of Classical Music" More information: http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/2017/06/ludwig-van-beethoven-symphony-no9-in-d.html • Faces of Classical Music http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.com
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Sinfonía Nº 9, en Re menor, Op. 125 “Coral”. Ludwig van Beethoven (Germ./ Engl./ Span. subtitles)

Sinfonía Nº 9, en Re menor, Op. 125 “Coral”. Ludwig van Beethoven (Germ./ Engl./ Span. subtitles)

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Enlace a Lista de Reproducción "Las Nueve Sinfonías de Beethoven": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBTVDJ8AaT7rdv6PQp3aSmaq01j1jEzPF DOCUMENTAL - 9ª Sinfonía de Beethoven. Una explicación: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7grlCC6_FVI La Sociedad Filarmónica de Londres encargó originalmente esta obra en 1817. Tanto el texto como la música remiten a fuentes que datan de los comienzos de la carrera de Beethoven. El texto de Schiller (1759-1805) fue escrito en 1785 y publicado por primera vez al año siguiente en la propia revista literaria del poeta, Thalia. Beethoven había planeado poner música a este poema ya en 1793. Cuadernos de esbozos de Beethoven muestran trozos de material musical, escritos en 1811 y 1817, que finalmente aparecerían en la sinfonía. Además, la sinfonía también tomó de obras como la Fantasía Coral y anterior a ésta el Lied Gegenliebe WoO 118 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhqVWPXapHg). El tema para el scherzo se remonta a una fuga escrita en 1815. La introducción de la parte vocal de la sinfonía causó dificultades a Beethoven. Su amigo Anton Schindler dijo posteriormente: "Cuando comenzó a trabajar en el cuarto movimiento la lucha comenzó como nunca antes. El objetivo era encontrar una forma apropiada de introducir la oda de Schiller. Un día Beethoven entró en la habitación y gritó 'Lo tengo, acabo de emncontrarlo'. Entonces me mostró un cuaderno de esbozos con el texto 'Cantemos la inmortal oda de Schiller'". Sin embargo, Beethvoen no mantuvo esta versión y siguió reescribiendo hasta que encontró su forma final, con las palabras "O Freunde, nicht diese Töne". Beethoven estaba impaciente por interpretar su obra en Berlín, pues pensaba que el gusto musical en Viena estaba dominado por compositores italianos como Rossini. Cuando sus amigos y financiadores oyeron esto, le instaron a que la estrenara en Viena. Finalmente fue estrenada el 7 de mayo de 1824 en el Kärntnertortheater (Teatro de la Puerta de Carintia). Fue la primera aparición del compositor en el escenario en 12 años; la sala estaba repleta. Las partes para soprano y contralto fueron interpretadas por dos famosas jóvenes cantantes: Henriette Sontag y Caroline Unger. Aunque la interpretación fue dirigida oficialmente por Michael Umlauf, maestro de capilla del teatro, Beethoven compartió el escenario con él. Sin embargo, dos años antes, Umlauf había visto cómo el intento del compositor de dirigir un ensayo general de su ópera Fidelio terminó en desastre. Así que esta vez, instruyó a los cantantes y músicos para que ignoraran al casi completamente sordo Beethoven. Al comienzo de cada parte, Beethoven, sentado en el escenario, marcaba el tempo. Pasaba las páginas de su partitura y marcaba el compás para una orquesta a la que no podía oír. Hay una serie de anécdotas sobre el estreno. Basándose en el testimonio de los que lo vivieron, se sugiere que estuvo por debajo de lo ensayado (sólo hubo dos ensayos completos) y flojo en interpretación. Sin embargo, el estreno fue un gran éxito. En cualquier caso, Beethoven no tuvo la culpa, como el violinista Joseph Böhm recordó: "Beethoven dirigió la obra él mismo, es decir, se puso ante el atril y gesticulaba furiosamente. A veces subía, y otras se encogía hacia el suelo, se movía como si quisiera tocar todos los instrumentos él mismo y cantar para todo el coro. Todos los músicos obedecían su ritmo sólo mientras se movía". Cuando el público aplaudió -los testimonios difieren sobre si al final del scherzo o de la sinfonía completa- a Beethoven aún le faltaban varios compases y aún dirigía. Debido a eso, la contralto Caroline Unger se acercó e hizo girarse a Beethoven para que aceptara los vítores y aplausos del público. Según un testigo, "El público recibió al héroe musical con el mayor respeto y simpatía, escuchaba sus maravillosas creaciones grandiosas con la más absorta atención y estallaba en un jubiloso aplauso, a menudo durante los pasajes, y en repetidas ocasiones al final de los mismos". Todo el público lo aclamó con ovaciones de pie en cinco ocasiones; había pañuelos en el aire, sombreros, manos en alto, por lo que Beethoven, que no podía oír los aplausos, al menos pudo ver los gestos de ovación. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/symphony-no-9#ixzz3DznVskT7 Fecha de composición: 1824. Dedicatoria: rey Federico Guillermo III de Prusia (1770-1840). 1ª interpretación: Kärntnertortheater (Teatro de la Corte Imperial de Viena), el 7 de mayo de 1824, bajo la codirección de Umlauf y Beethoven. 1ª edición: B. Schott's Söhne (Maguncia), agosto de 1826. Movimientos: (01:42) . I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso. (19:37) . II. Scherzo: Molto vivace – Presto. (32:31) . III. Adagio molto e cantabile. (49:25) . IV. Presto; Allegro molto assai (Alla marcia); Andante... Intérpretes: Anna Samuil, soprano Waltraud Meier, mezzo-soprano Michael König, tenor René Pape, bajo National Youth Choir of Great Britain West-Eastern Divan Orchestra Daniel Barenboim, director
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Beethoven - Symphony No. 9

Beethoven - Symphony No. 9

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Ludwig Van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D minor http://www.facebook.com/9Beethoven Scherzo: Molto vivace -- Presto. The second movement, a scherzo and trio, is also in D minor, with the introduction bearing a passing resemblance to the opening theme of the first movement, a pattern also found in the Hammerklavier piano sonata, written a few years earlier. At times during the piece, Beethoven directs that the beat should be one downbeat every three bars, perhaps because of the very fast pace of the movement, with the direction ritmo di tre battute ("rhythm of three bars"), and one beat every four bars with the direction ritmo di quattro battute ("rhythm of four bars"). Beethoven had been criticised before for failing to adhere to standard form for his compositions. He used this movement to answer his critics. Normally, scherzi are written in triple time. Beethoven wrote this piece in triple time, but it is punctuated in a way that, when coupled with the speed of the metre, makes it sound as though it is in quadruple time. While adhering to the standard ternary design of a dance movement (scherzo-trio-scherzo, or minuet-trio-minuet), the scherzo section has an elaborate internal structure; it is a complete sonata form. Within this sonata form, the first group of the exposition starts out with a fugue before modulating to C major for the second part of the exposition. The exposition is then repeated before a short development section. The recapitulation further develops the exposition, also containing timpani solos. A new development section is played before the recapitulation is repeated, and the scherzo concludes with a brief codetta. The contrasting trio section is in D major and in duple time. The trio is the first time the trombones play in the movement. Following the trio, the second occurrence of the scherzo, unlike the first, plays through without any repetition, after which there is a brief reprise of the trio, and the movement ends with an abrupt coda.
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Beethoven Symphony No 9 D minor Mariss Jansons Concertgebow Orchestra

Beethoven Symphony No 9 D minor Mariss Jansons Concertgebow Orchestra

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Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No 9 D minor Ode to Joy Ode an die Freude Ode à la joie Inno alla Gioia Oda a la alegría 頌歌喜びへ Mariss Jansons conducts Concertgebow Orchestra 1.Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso 0:00 2.Scherzo 15:27 3.Adagio molto e cantabile 27:00 4.Presto -- Allegro ma non troppo -- Vivace -- Adagio cantabile -- Allegro assai 41:16 5.O Freunde -- Ode to Joy 47:35
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Ludwig Van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

Ludwig Van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

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Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: The Music of a Genius Update 3/3/2016: I've started uploading videos on YouTube again, check out my latest video! Be sure to like and subscribe!
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Beethoven "Symphony No 9" Karajan (Stereo)

Beethoven "Symphony No 9" Karajan (Stereo)

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Symphony No 9 in D minor, op 125 "Choral" 1. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso 2. Molto vivace-Presto 3. Adagio molto e cantabile-Andante moderato 4. Presto-Recitativo-Allegro assai-Allegro assai vivace- Alla marcia-Andante maestoso-Allegro energico, sempre ben marcato- Allegro ma non troppo-Prestissimo Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano Marga Höffgen, contralto Ernst Haefliger, tenor Otto Edelmann, bass Chor der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Wien Philharmonia Orchestra Herbert von Karajan, conductor Wien, 24.-29.VI.1955
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 (Full)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 (Full)

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*Never mind the lenght of the video, it's the full symphony. According to Bendzsi1997, the tempo of this piece is mostly normal. Exception at the 2nd mov's Trio (2x fast) and at the 4th mov's March (2x fast) and 51-53 minutes.* The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, is the final complete symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven. Completed in 1824, the symphony was the first example of a major composer using voices in a symphony (thus making it a choral symphony). The words are sung during the final movement by four vocal soloists and a chorus. They were taken from the "Ode to Joy", a poem written by Friedrich Schiller in 1785 and revised in 1803, with additions made by the composer. - 1st movement 0:00 - 2nd movement 13:15 - 3rd movement 25:09 - 4th movement 36:25 No copyright infringement intended. The rights of this song go to their respective owners. **I'm talking about the recordings**
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Ludwig Van Beethoven Symphony No.9  ( Copying Beethoven)

Ludwig Van Beethoven Symphony No.9 ( Copying Beethoven)

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[TPRMX] Beethoven - Symphony No.9 4th 'Ode To Joy' Remix&Arrange

[TPRMX] Beethoven - Symphony No.9 4th 'Ode To Joy' Remix&Arrange

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Beethoven Symphony No 9 Furtwängler BPO March 1942 COMPLETE

Beethoven Symphony No 9 Furtwängler BPO March 1942 COMPLETE

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Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in D minor op 125. This recording was made in Berlin, recorded live 22-24 March, 1942. 1. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso (0:00 to 17:20) 2. Scherzo: Molto vivace -- Presto (17:20 to 28:48) 3. Adagio molto e cantabile -- Andante Moderato -- Tempo Primo -- Andante Moderato -- Adagio -- Lo Stesso Tempo (28:48 to 48:37) 4. Recitative: (Presto -- Allegro ma non troppo -- Vivace -- Adagio cantabile -- Allegro assai -- Presto: O Freunde) -- Allegro molto assai: Freude, schöner Götterfunken -- Alla marcia -- Allegro assai vivace: Froh, wie seine Sonnen -- Andante maestoso: Seid umschlungen, Millionen! -- Adagio ma non troppo, ma divoto: Ihr, stürzt nieder -- Allegro energico, sempre ben marcato: (Freude, schöner Götterfunken -- Seid umschlungen, Millionen!) -- Allegro ma non tanto: Freude, Tochter aus Elysium! -- Prestissimo, Maestoso, Molto Prestissimo: Seid umschlungen, Millionen! (48:37 to 1:13:34) Tilla Briem, soprano Elisabeth Höngen, alto Peter Anders, tenor Rudolf Watzke, bass Bruno Kittel Choir Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler Recorded Berlin, 1942 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2itdv1aEpG4
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Beethoven IX. szimfónia - örömóda

Beethoven IX. szimfónia - örömóda

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Forrás: Máté István Google+
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Flashmob Flash Mob - Ode an die Freude ( Ode to Joy ) Beethoven Symphony No.9 classical music

Flashmob Flash Mob - Ode an die Freude ( Ode to Joy ) Beethoven Symphony No.9 classical music

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Beethoven Symphony No.9  :정명훈 &  Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven Symphony No.9 :정명훈 & Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra

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Beethoven Symphony No.9 "Ode An die Freude " (Full Length) 베토벤 9번 합창 전곡 "Ode to Joy" Soprano : 마리아 루이자 보르시 Maria Luigia Borsi Mezzo Soprano : 양송미 Yang Song-Mi Tenor: 김정훈 Kim Jung-Hun Bass : 박종민 Park Jong-Min 국립합창단 Korean National Chorus 서울모테트합창단 Seoul Motet Choir 안양시립합창단 AnYang Chorale Conuctor : 정명훈 Chung Myung-Whun (Seoul Phil Orchestra Music Director & Permanent Orchestra Conductor) Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra 26th,DEC,2014.Korean Art Centre Concert Hall,S.Korea. -------------------------------------------------------------- 1st Erster Satz : Allegro Ma Non Troppo -[00:01] 2nd Zweiter Satz : Molto Vivace- [16:55] 3rd Dritter Satz : Adagio Molto E Cantabile - [28:00] 4th Vierter Satz : Presto Allegro Assai - [42:26] Im Chor Singen : "Ode An die Freude" Choral Part of 4th -[48:50] -------------------------------------------------------------- ========================================­==== ▶ Let's Listen Symphony & Piano Concerto COLLECTION http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=AE67C269557146C2 ========================================­==== ..
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Beethoven, Symphony 9, 2nd movement (complete), Molto vivace, Philharmonia Baroque

Beethoven, Symphony 9, 2nd movement (complete), Molto vivace, Philharmonia Baroque

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Philharmonia Baroque playing the second movement (molto vivace) of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, accompanied by a scrolling bar-graph score. FAQ Q: I appreciate the animated graphical scores you make; how can I support your work? A: Thank you! The easiest way to support my work is by contributing via Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/musanim If you'd like to help in more specific way, consider this: http://www.musanim.com/underwriting Q: Where can I get this recording? A: Here: http://philharmonia.org/shop/#beethoven Q: Who is conducting? A: Nicholas McGegan. Q: What do the colors in the bar-graph score mean? A: The colors show which instruments are playing. Here's a chart: http://www.musanim.com/img/b9m2_colors.jpg Q: What does the piece look like as a whole? A: See this: http://www.musanim.com/pdf/BeethovenSymphony9_overview.pdf Q: Why are the notes different sizes, and some are blurrier than others? A: Each group of instruments (strings, woodwind, brass, percussion) is shown in a separate layer, and has a different size and degree of blur; this helps you see when instruments in more than one group are playing the same pitch at the same time. Q: Please tell me more about the composer. A: You can read about Beethoven here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beethoven Q: Why is the pitch one-half step flat? A: The music is being performed at "Baroque pitch." To learn more about this, see ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitch_(music)#Pitch_standards_and_Standard_pitch Q: Could you please do a video of _______? A: Please see this: http://www.musanim.com/requests/
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Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 "Choral" (Furtwangler, Bayreuth 1951)

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 "Choral" (Furtwangler, Bayreuth 1951)

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Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwangler Recorded live* on July 29. 1951 Soloists: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano Elisabeth Höngen, alto Hans Hopf, tenor Otto Edelmann, bass *With takes from rehearsals spliced in
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Beethoven, Symphony 9, 4th movement (complete) Ode to Joy, Presto, Philharmonia Baroque

Beethoven, Symphony 9, 4th movement (complete) Ode to Joy, Presto, Philharmonia Baroque

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  • Duration: 23:49
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2011
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The final movement of Beethoven's last symphony, performed by the Philharmonia Baroque orchestra, directed by Nicholas McGegan. FAQ Q: I appreciate the animated graphical scores you make; how can I support your work? A: Thank you! The easiest way to support my work is by contributing via Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/musanim If you'd like to help in more specific way, consider this: http://www.musanim.com/underwriting Q: Who are the performers? A: The chorus includes members of three choirs: the Philharmonia Chorale, directed by Bruce Lamott, San Francisco Choral Artists, directed by Magen Solomon, and the U. C. Berkeley Chamber Chorus, directed by Marika Kuzma. The soloists are soprano Lynne Dawson, mezzo-soprano Mary Phillips, tenor Iain Paton, and baritone Andrew Foster-Williams. Q: Where can I get this recording? A: Here: https://philharmonia.org/product/beethoven-symphony-no-9-opferlied/ The liner notes for the album containing this recording are here: http://www.musanim.com/pdf/PBO_Beethoven_opus125_LinerNotes.pdf Q: What do the shapes mean? A: In this graphical score, the notes of the string instruments are shown as rhombi, the brass and winds are colored rectangles, the percussion instruments are gray (from top to bottom: triangle, cymbals, timpani, bass drum), and the vocal parts are ellipses. Q: Could you please do a video of ______? A: Please read this: http://www.musanim.com/requests/
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Beethoven - Symphony No.9 (10000 Japanese) - Freude schöner Götterfunken

Beethoven - Symphony No.9 (10000 Japanese) - Freude schöner Götterfunken

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  • Duration: 17:40
  • Updated: 02 Jan 2012
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© arte Please take a look on my blog: http://niklasphotography.wordpress.com/ and my Photostream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/niklasphotography/ Sorry for the bad quality! 10000 Japans sing the ending choir of Symphony No. 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven. Ode to joy - Freude schöner Götterfunken (Schlusschor)
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Beethoven Symphony No  9   Mvt  4   Barenboim West Eastern Divan Orchestra

Beethoven Symphony No 9 Mvt 4 Barenboim West Eastern Divan Orchestra

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  • Duration: 29:54
  • Updated: 12 Feb 2015
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