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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-1-31 09:44     标题: 【整理】文化 2008-01-31, Beethoven 贝多芬 - 14

Beethoven 贝多芬传

犹如蛟龙游遍浩瀚的大海,音乐王国哪里都有他翱翔的身影。他的后辈不可能将他的成就作为起点,只能重新做起,因为他的先辈已经到达艺术的绝顶!----《贝多芬传》






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"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. It's perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that his obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting over a period of 12 years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness, and his, of his own scowl by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think he writes about love as well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like
vulgar's love, it never achieves orgasm, Beethoven’s stance. So I think the man-woman relationship and power and potency of love is even more important than the other great theme of Fidelio which is freedom, a freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and a horror of a totalitarian or fascist rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of
Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family lifedisaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five-year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to
wresting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness. It was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be that Beethoven's going through sort of, some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style, he realized the heroic style had passed. In fact, Beethoven's compositional periods can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

 

surrealistic

Of or relating to surrealism.

超现实主义的

 

scowl

an angry or disapproving expression on someone's face
-see also frown
 frown 
  She looked at me with a scowl on her face.

 

orgasm

the greatest point of sexual pleasure

 

potency

the power that something has to influence people

 

totalitarian  极权主义的

based on a political system in which ordinary people have no power and are completely controlled by the government

 

fascist

法西斯主义的; 法西斯主义者

 

wrest

[Tn.pr] ~ sth from sb take sth away from sb violently 从某人处抢夺某物: wrest the gun from his grasp 把枪从他手中夺过来.

 

gestation

U] (fig 比喻) development of an idea, a work of art, etc (思想﹑ 艺术作品等的)酝酿,孕育.

 

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作者: lovely_rat21    时间: 2008-1-31 10:12

很好的听力教材 谢谢楼主

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作者: mapleyz    时间: 2008-1-31 11:04

homework

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises a man in order to rescue her husband from prison.
This perhaps not to errr fantastic or surrealistic to think that is obsessions with Fidelio theme. Which after all they went on writing and rewriting every period twelve years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness and his everything sgao by a woman who absolutely adored him.
I think it writes about lovers well anybody and it's resolved love. It's not like vagarious love. It's never gees all gasem bases understand. So I think the man woman relationship and power potensy of love is even more important than the other grid of Fidelio which is freedom. Freedom freech?, freedom behavior and horry of totalitarian of fascist froom.
Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great claim in the 1814 during the congress in Vienna which celebrate the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reach the peak of his fame but his family life disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint garden of nephew's cow along with child's mother. In 1815, a five year castide battle began.
Beethoven knew that his sister-in-low did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that some from his own mother. He is in emotional termail over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven's generation. Also we have to be remembering what was happening with his deaf is it becoming more and more prefund. He was not composing as he wants to nothing significant for a period of time.
But it may also be the Beethoven's going through some sort of justation period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realized the heiros style had passed. In fact Beethoven's compositional period can often be marked by slow periods where he shading his scan and starting have the new style which is very fruitful.

作者: bonniegolden    时间: 2008-1-31 13:05

HOMEWORK 欢迎你来到普特!这篇材料你听得很好呢!不过请仔细阅读置顶帖的发帖改帖规则哦~自己的就是HOMEWORK,修改别人的就是ON XXX --fengmang_li
Marie L is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguised herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that obsession with Fidelio theme which actually went on writing and rewriting every period 12 years or so was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness in it’s every zone scroll by woman who absolutely adore him.

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好难呀 N多不会……
作者: Brucelfl    时间: 2008-1-31 14:08

on bonniegolden
"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that obsession with Fidelio theme which actually went on writing and rewriting every period 12 years or so was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness and his everything's cull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think it writes about lovers while as anybody and its resolved love. And it not like vagarious, it never
gees all gulls Beethoven starts. So I think the man women relationship and par-personcy of love is even more important than the other great they were Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror over totalitarian of
fascist's rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great claim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrate the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life, disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five year caste battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have shady side of character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that some from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also when has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more
profound. He was not composing as he would want to nothing significant appeared of time. But it may also be the Beethoven's going through some sort of just station of period that was happening was he was coming into a new style he realize his hero style have passedthat Beethoven's compositional spirit can also be marked by slow period where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

作者: Sophi_a    时间: 2008-1-31 16:02

on Brucelfl

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that this obsession with Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting every period of 12 years or said was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness and his everything's cull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think it writes about lovers while as anybody and its resolved love. And it's not like vagarious love, it never gees all gulls Beethoven starts. So I think the man and women relationship and power potency of love is even more important than the other great they were Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror over totalitarian of fascists' rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great claim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became a joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five year costly battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that some from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also when has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be the Beethoven's going through some sort of just station of period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realize his heroic style have passed that Beethoven's compositional period can also be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

作者: ningningma1986    时间: 2008-1-31 22:57

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In 1815 a five year custody battle began.
作者: fancy_june    时间: 2008-2-1 12:31

on sophi-a

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that this obsession with Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting every period of 12 years or said was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness in his own skull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think it writes about lovers while as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vagarious love, it never gees all gulls Beethoven starts. So I think the man- woman relationship and power potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror over totalitarian of fascists' rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great claim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became a joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five- year costly battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also when has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be the Beethoven's going through some sort of just station of period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realize his heroic style have passed that Beethoven's compositional period can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.


作者: 过江龙    时间: 2008-2-1 16:27

on fancy

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that this obsession with Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting every period of 12 years or so was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness in his own skull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think it writes about lovers well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vagarious love, it never gees all gulls Beethoven starts. So I think the man- woman relationship and power potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror over totalitarian of fascists' rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became a joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five- year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side to her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be the Beethoven's going through some sort of gestation period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realize his heroic style have passed that Beethoven's compositional period can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.
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作者: 天蓝若水    时间: 2008-2-2 11:44

ON the previous:

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. This perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that this obsession with Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting every period of 12 years or so was a man in the dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness in his every own skull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think it writes about lovers well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vulgarised love , it never achieves orgasm Beethoven starts. So I think the man- woman relationship and power potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror over totalitarian of fascists' rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became a joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five- year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be that Beethoven's going through some sort of gestational(酝酿的) period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realized his heroic style had passed that Beethoven's compositional period can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

作者: kobe24    时间: 2008-2-3 12:51



homework

Married Love is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguised herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from a prison. It's perhaps not too fantastic or so realistic to think that it is obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all they went on writing or rewriting every period of twelve years or so. It was a man in a dark prison, like a deaf man, being rescued from that loneliness and his every zone skull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think he writes about lovers well as anybody, I think it's a resolved love; it's not like a vulgarized love. It’s never cheesed or Bestowal' dance. So I think the man and woman relationship and the power and potency about love is even more important than the other great theme of Fidelio which is freedom, a freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror of totalitarian or drew.

Fidelio, Beethoven’s only opera, was finally performed to greater acclaim in 1814 during the Congress of Vietnam which celebrated the end of 20 years in war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame, but in his family life disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint guardian of his nephew Carl along with the child's mother in 1815, a five -year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did had a shady side to her character and Beethoven devoted all his resource to resting that son from his mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also when has to remember what was happening with his deafness , he was becoming more and more profound, he was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be the Beethoven is going through some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style; he realized the heroic style and past. In fact Beethoven’s composition periods can often be marked by slow period where he's shedding his skin and then starting out with a new style which is fruitful.



作者: 春山如笑    时间: 2008-2-5 00:08

on 天蓝若水

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. It's perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that his obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting over a period of 12 years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness in his, of his own skull by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think he writes about love as well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vulgarized love which never achieves orgasm Beethoven starts. So I think the man-woman relationship and power and potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror of a totalitarian or fascist's rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became / joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five-year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to resting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be that Beethoven's going through sort of, some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realized the heroic style had passed. In fact, Beethoven's compositional periods can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

作者: rpn    时间: 2008-2-6 21:17

on 春山如笑 happy new lunar year, good wish to you and your family tongue.gif tongue.gif

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. It's perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that his obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting over a period of 12 years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness, and his ## scowl by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think he writes about love as well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vulgar's love, it never achieves orgasm Beethoven starts. So I think the man-woman relationship and power and potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror of a totalitarian or fascist// rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became / joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five-year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to wresting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be that Beethoven's going through sort of, some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realized the heroic style had passed. In fact, Beethoven's compositional periods can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.

作者: daily do    时间: 2008-2-26 10:56

hw

 

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison.

"It's perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that his obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting over a period of 12 years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness, in his skull by a woman who absolutely adored him."

"I think he writes about love as well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vulgar's love, it never achieves orgasm Beethoven starts. So I think the man-woman relationship and power and potency of love is even more important than the other great theme in Fidelio which is freedom. A freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and horror of a totalitarian or fascist rule."

 

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life,disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five-year custody battle began.

 

"Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to wresting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time."

 

"But it may also be that Beethoven's going through sort of, some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style he realized the heroic style had passed. In fact, Beethoven's compositional periods can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful."

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作者: othello    时间: 2008-3-11 21:46

on rpn

 

"Married Love" is the subtitle of the opera Fidelio. A woman disguises herself as a man in order to rescue her husband from prison. It's perhaps not too fantastic or surrealistic to think that his obsession with the Fidelio theme which after all he went on writing and rewriting over a period of 12 years or so was a man in a dark prison like a deaf man being rescued from that loneliness, and his, of his own scowl by a woman who absolutely adored him.

I think he writes about love as well as anybody and it's resolved love. And it's not like vulgar's love, it never achieves orgasm, Beethoven’s
stance. So I think the man-woman relationship and power and potency of love is even more important than the other great theme of Fidelio which is freedom, a freedom of speech, freedom of behavior and a horror of a totalitarian or fascist rule.

Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera was finally performed to great acclaim in 1814 during the congress of Vienna which celebrated the end of 20 years of war in Europe. Beethoven now 43 reached the peak of his fame. But in his family life
disaster followed. His brother died and Beethoven became joint guardian of his nephew Karl along with the child's mother. In 1815 a five-year custody battle began.

Beethoven knew that his sister-in-law did have a shady side of her character and Beethoven devoted all his resources to wresting that son from his own mother. He was in emotional turmoil over the nephew who was after all the only Beethoven of the next generation. Also one has to remember what was happening with his deafness
. It was becoming more and more profound. He was not composing as he would want to, nothing significant for a period of time. But it may also be that Beethoven's going through sort of, some sort of gestational period that what was happening was he was coming into a new style, he realized the heroic style had passed. In fact, Beethoven's compositional periods can often be marked by slow periods where he's shedding his skin and then starting up with a new style which is very fruitful.






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