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作者: putclub    时间: 2008-2-5 11:14     标题: 【整理】文化 2008-02-05, Beethoven 贝多芬 - 16

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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The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth Symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Baden 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketchbook showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put it in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that throughout the symphony.

In the amidst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to… and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have…And in the third movement, there is this...All
alluding to finally…
So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth Symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with
choruses because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth Symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.

 

Philharmonic

adj (esp in names of orchestras, music societies, etc) devoted to or loving music (尤用於管弦乐队﹑ 音乐社团等名称中)爱好音乐的: the London Philharmonic Orchestra 伦敦爱乐管弦乐团.

 

ode

a poem or song written in order to praise a person or thing

 

allude

v [Ipr] ~ to sb/sth (fml ) mention sb/sth briefly or indirectly 提及﹑ 暗指或暗示某人[某事物]: You alluded to certain developments in your speech what exactly did you mean? 你在讲话中提到某些发展--确切的意思是什麽呢?

 

chorus

(usu large) group of singers; choir (通常为大型的)合唱团; 唱诗班

piece of music, usu part of a larger work, composed for such a group 合唱曲

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作者: Cherry Crush    时间: 2008-2-5 15:44

The first sketches for the first movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. but the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy in music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He looked bolshily refined the famous melody and hinted that in throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, you suddenly hear this, which is very similar to.. and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have.. And in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finally. So there's a wonderful threat that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with chorals because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course, they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. Ans yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.
作者: 老爷不要啊,夫人    时间: 2008-2-5 16:06

on Cherry Crush

The first sketches for the first movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. but the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketchbook showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that in throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, you suddenly hear this, which is very similar to.. and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have.. And in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finally. So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with chorals because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course, they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.
作者: Sophi_a    时间: 2008-2-5 16:10

on 老爷

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. but the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that is throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, you suddenly hear this, which is very similar to.. and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have.. And in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finelly. So there's a wonderful threat that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choralists because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course, they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.
作者: 宝宝的贝贝    时间: 2008-2-5 17:03

Homework



The first sketches for the opening Movement of the Nineth Symphony date from 1817 but the intensive work was done in this house in Bardon seventeen years later. Over sixhundred pages of sketches survive. Beethoven then had asked whether the philharmonic society of Longdon might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him fifty pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Shirler’s Ode two joy to music dates back to Beethovenis’s time in Bonn. The sketch book shown how he wrote out the words of the old two joy and put them in bars but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hint that throughout the symphony.

“In the midst to the first movement, we suddenly hear this which is very similar to and in the second movement even in the right key, we have and in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finally. So that is the wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It’s totally subconscius and sort of thing that later composers Marlor particularly in his ninth symphony symphony uesd to stunning effect.”

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and choruses because he imaged them as a kind of idea group of people who get together through the power of music and in the last movememnt of the ninth symohony, this is very clear (it’s) as if he is saying that just by people singing together , something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductorand at the end of it, he couldn’t hear the applause ,of cource. They had to turn him around to face the audiences to hear the applause wonderfully moving moment and yet he was actually quite disppointed that this symphony didn’t earn as much money as he expected it to.
作者: lecoq    时间: 2008-2-5 21:07

on Sophi_a smile.gif


The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in *** 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that / throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to… and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have…And in the third movement, there is this...All alluding to finally… So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choralists because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.

作者: Gabrielle Q    时间: 2008-2-5 21:30

On above

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put it in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that / throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to… and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have…And in the third movement, there is this...All alluding to finally… So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choralists because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.




作者: rpn    时间: 2008-2-6 20:13

on Gabrielle Q

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put it in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that / throughout the symphony.

In the midst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to… and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have…And in the third movement, there is this...All alluding to finally… So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choruses because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.

作者: beethovenvoice    时间: 2008-2-7 17:53

on rpn

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth Symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Baden 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketchbook showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put it in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that / throughout the symphony.

In the amidst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to… and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have…And in the third movement, there is this...All alluding to finally…
So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth Symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choruses because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth Symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.
作者: bonniegolden    时间: 2008-2-7 22:52

homework
The first sketches for the opening movement of the ninth symphony date from the 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Bonn 7 years later. Over 6 hundred pages of sketches survived. Beethoven then asked whether the philharmonic society in London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony. And they offered 50 pounds for 2 symphonies. The idea setting Schiller' Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketch book show how him wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in to bars but it first with no tune.

He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that throughout the symphony. In the midst of first movement we suddenly hear this... which is very similar to... And in the second movement even the mean right key we have... And in the third movement there is this. All alluding to finally... So there is a wonderful thread links you right through the symphony. It totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composer, Mahler, particularly was let something use to stunning effect.

Beethoven had specially relationship with singers and chorus because he image that its kind ideal group of people who get together through the power music and in the last one of ninth symphony this is very clear. It's if you saying that just by people singing together something happens to them, they are changed through the power music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at its first performance. Beethoven is on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. At the end of it he couldn't hear the applause of course. They had to turn him around to the audience to hear the applause, wonderfully a moving moment. And yet he would actually quiet disappoint that these symphony didn't earn much money as he expected to.

作者: beethovenvoice    时间: 2008-2-8 12:47

On Sophi_a smile.gif

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth Symphony date from 1816. but the intensive work was done in this house in Baden 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketchbook showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that throughout the symphony.

In the amidst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to.. and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have.. And in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finally. So there's a wonderful threat that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth Symphony used to stunning effect.

Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choruses because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth Symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven.

It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to.
作者: daily do    时间: 2008-2-26 20:58

hw

 

The first sketches for the opening movement of the Ninth Symphony date from 1816. But the intensive work was done in this house in Baden 17 years later. Over 600 pages of sketches survive. Beethoven had asked whether the Philharmonic Society of London might be interested in commissioning a grand symphony and they offered him 50 pounds for two symphonies. The idea of setting Schiller's Ode to Joy to music dates back to Beethoven's time in Bonn. The sketchbook showed how he wrote out the words of the Ode to Joy and put in the bars, but at first with no tune. He laboriously refined the famous melody and hinted that throughout the symphony.

 

"In the amidst of the first movement, we suddenly hear this, which is very similar to.. and in the second movement, even in the right key, we have.. And in the third movement, there is this. All alluding to finally. So there's a wonderful thread that leads you right through the symphony. It's totally subconscious in the sort of thing that later composers, Mahler, particularly in his Ninth Symphony used to stunning effect. Beethoven had a very special relationship with singers and with choruses because he imagined them as a kind of ideal group of people who get together through the power of music. And in the last movement of the Ninth Symphony, this is very clear. It's as if he's saying that just by people singing together, something happens to them. They are changed through the power of music. This is Beethoven."

 

"It was a great success at his first performance. Beethoven was on the stage conducting to the side of the real conductor. And at the end of it, he couldn't hear the applause of course. And they had to turn him round to face the audience to hear the applause. Wonderfully moving moment. And yet he was actually quite disappointed that this symphony didn't earn him as much money as he expected it to."

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