Description: Tribute to Beethoven's Ode To Joy (Vocal) From Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125 performed by the Philharmonia Chorus. Hope you enjoy. :-)
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A slide show of one of the greatest composers of all time: Ludwig van Beethoven.
More about this video ... The last movement of Beethoven's last symphony, performed by the Philharmonia Baroque orchestra, directed by Nicholas McGegan. The chorus includes members of three choirs: the Philharmonia Chorale, directed by Bruce Lamott, San Francisco Choral Artists, directed by Magen Solomon, and the UC 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. This is the second version of this video. The first version had the tenor parts transposed by an octave (incorrectly). I apologize for having to remove the first version (and I thank the viewer who pointed out the error). There are more corrections to be made; I will be posting a "corrected" version on my "overflow" channel (musanim). The recording was licensed from Magnatune, where you can listen to or purchase it: magnatune.com The liner notes for the Magnatune album containing this recording are here: www.musanim.com 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. The original version of this video will be available for purchase here in a few days: musanim.cerizmo.com
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Leonard Bernstein conducts the Vienna Philharmonic in Beethoven's Ode to Joy. This is the final part of the piece, which contains the incredible Prestissimo Finale. This portion of the movement begins with the contrapuntal union of the Ode to Joy and the Church Theme from the previous clip by the full chorus. After the choral fugue, the soloists return in a lighter, more carefree rendition of the Ode to Joy theme (2:32). Seizing on their excitement, the chorus join the soloists in the song of joy (3:10). Soon, however, the chorus falls silent as the soloists reflect one final time on the divine inspiration for joy and brotherhood with heart-rendingly beautiful cadenzas (4:13). These cadenzas lead us to the Prestissimo finale. After a silence and a quick crescendo of strings (5:18-5:27), the entire cast, every chorus member and every player down to the triangle, launches into the finale with guns blazing. After one more interruption by a gigantic, surreal Maestoso (6:14-6:37), the orchestra charges full speed ahead to the final cadence.
www.youtube.com The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral" is the last complete symphony composed by Ludwig van Beethoven. Completed in 1824, the choral Ninth Symphony is one of the best known works of the Western repertoire, considered both an icon and a forefather of Romantic music, and one of Beethoven's greatest masterpieces.
Celebrating one week to go for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, i have uploaded the famous performance of the world chorus of Beethoven Symphony N°9 (Ode to Joy) at the closing moments of the Nagano 1998 Winter Games opening ceremony (directed by Seiji Ozawa). Enjoy c: Note: THIS VIDEO WAS PUBLISHED FOR ENTERTAINING PURPOSES ONLY, I DONT LOOK PERSONAL BENEFIT FOR THEM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS
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On the 130th anniversary of the founding of Banco Sabadell we wanted to pay homage to our city by means of the campaign "Som Sabadell" (We are Sabadell) . This is the flashmob that we arranged as a final culmination with the participation of 100 people from the Vallès Symphony Orchestra, the Lieder, Amics de l'Òpera and Coral Belles Arts choirs. En el 130º aniversario de la creación de Banco Sabadell hemos querido rendir un homenaje a nuestra ciudad con la campaña "Som Sabadell". Esta es la flashmob que realizamos como colofón final con la participación de más de 100 personas de la Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès y los coros Lieder y Amics de l'Òpera y la Coral Belles Arts.
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