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Beethoven 贝多芬传

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【整理】文化 2008-01-12, Beethoven 贝多芬 - 08

 

It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Lobkowitz's palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it is that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You cannot believe that a human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe. The melodies are so simple, the material is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. A symphony could last half an hour but never an hour, absolutely. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of a whole symphony of Mozart or of Haydn. You hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the rhythmic richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with this style. And it tells so much
without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself Emperor, Beethoven
flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appeared in his ears, these deaf noises ... which becomes a recurring motive in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild last movement, this
pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most trivial of subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.

 

carbuncular  adj.

有酒刺的, 似红玉的

 

carbuncle 红榴石, 红宝石

 

fly into a rage/temper/panic etc
to suddenly get extremely angry, extremely worried etc

 

pyrotechnical = pyrotechnic

pyrotechnic Resembling fireworks; brilliant:

pyrotechnic 辉煌灿烂的,天花乱坠的

 

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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the primer of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales Palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great car bungler's symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every break is simple, but the billion is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony can last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You will hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells you so much without being the program music.

The eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself empire, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is no violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his hears, this death noise is brebrebre…..which becomes a recovering mode in every other piece this time. And then of course finally the wild blast movements, private technical display of counterpoint on the most tribute of subjects as if to say that his last drill is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales Palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great car bungler's symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every break is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony could last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You will hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells you so much without being the program music.

The eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is no violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears, this deaf noise is brebrebre…..which becomes a recurring mode in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most tribute of subjects as if to say that his last drill is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.


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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales Palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great car bungler's symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every break is simple, but the big link is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony could last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You will hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells you so much without being the ? music.

The eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is no violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears, this deaf noise is brebrebre…..which becomes a recurring mode in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most tribute of subjects as if to say that his last drill is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales Palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony could last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You will hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells you so much without being the program music.

The eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is no violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears, this deaf noise is brebrebre . . which becomes a recurring mode in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most trivial subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.


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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales Palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony could last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells you so much without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is no violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears, this deaf noise is brebrebre . . which becomes a recurring mode in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most trivial subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Locales parlors, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it was that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You cannot believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. The symphony could last half an hour but never an hour, absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You will hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells / so much without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica was about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears, this deaf noise is brebrebre . . which becomes a recurring motive in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most tribute of subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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And then of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most treble of subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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Symphony No 3. Op 55
Eroica 1st Movement

Michael Tilson Thomas: It’s in the Eroica that for first time that everyone was convinced that this really is Beethoven’s voice. The exordinary thing about the premier of Beethoven third was that it was done of course in a very small room in the Loffle Palace. But I think the biggest problem that many people had was that it went on much too long, too loud, interfere too much with their conversation , those of them who were not really music fans. They thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

Nicholas:You can not believe that human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible .One can not believe that the melodies are so simple, the material is so simple, every break is simple ,but the building is incredible.
The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension, a symphony could last half an hour but never an hour, absolutely not. The dimensions of the 1st movement are the dimensions of whole symphony of Mozart or Haydn.
You hear that the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with the story. And it tells so much without being dripped out of music

Narrator: The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

Michael Tilson Thomas : I believe that the Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It’s the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appeared in his ears, his deaf noises, which becomes recurring mode in every other piece after this time, and then of course finally the wild blast of movement prior tactical display of counter point on most tribute subject as if say that his mastery’s supreme. He can now take the stages of successor of Mozart and Haydn.

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It's in Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this realy is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that was done of course in a very small room, in Locer Palace. And I think the biggest problem that many people have is that it went on much too long much too loud interfered by too much conversation those who then will not really music fans. And they thought it was rather monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You can't believe that human being can invent it. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One can't believe the melodies are so simple, the motif is simple, every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension, its symphony could last half an hour but never annoying. Absolutely not, the dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of the whole symphony of Mozart or Hyden. You hear that the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness, there was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story and it tells you so much without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally delicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great Republican. But when Bonaparte crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage, the name Bonaparte was so violently erased so there is a hole in score.

I believe Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece which he clearly shows us the kind of sounds that appears in his ears-in deaf ears, this deaf noise is-------which becomes a recurring mode in every other piece after this time. And of course finally this wild blast movements, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint of on the most tribute of subjects as if to say that his last drill is supreme. He can not take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Hyden.


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It's Eroica that for the first time everyone is convince this is Beethoven's voice. Extraordinary thing about premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done in a very small room in the Locales Palace. And I think the biggest problem that many people have was that it went on much too long, was too loud interfered to much with their conversation those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You can not believe that human being can invent that. As a musician I must say it's incredibly. One cannot believe it. The melodies are so simply, the motif is so simply, every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of is dimension. The symphony could half an hour but not an hour, absolutely not. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of all the symphony of Mozart or Haydn. You hear that the development of harmony, the development of melody, the development of richness, there was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with his story. And it tells so much without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great Republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece which be clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appear in his ears. This deaf noise is...which a recurring motive in every piece becomes after this time. And then of course finally this wild blast movement, pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most tribute of subject as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.
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It's in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven's voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was that it was done of course in a very small room, in the Lobkowitz's palace, but I think the biggest problem that many people had with it is that it went on much too long. It was too loud, interfered too much with their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

You cannot believe that a human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it is incredible. One cannot believe. The melodies are so simple, the material is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. A symphony could last half an hour but never an hour, absolutely /. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of a whole symphony of Mozart or of Haydn. You / hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the rhythmic richness. There was no symphony before which was so obvious connected with this style. And it tells / so much without being the program music.

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself Emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there is a hole in the score.

I believe that the Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It's the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appeared in his ears, these deaf noises ... which becomes a recurring motive in every other piece after this time. And then of course finally this wild last movement, this pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most trivial of subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.


第三段最后的地方应该不是being the program music,但听不出到底是什么
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It’s in the Eroica that for the first time everyone is convinced this really is Beethoven’s voice. The extraordinary thing about the premiere of Beethoven 3rd was done of course in a very small room, in the Lobkowitz’s palace. But I think the biggest problem that many people had with it is that it went on too much long. It was too loud, interfered too much their conversation, those of them who were not really music fans. And they thought it was rather a monstrosity, a great carbuncular symphony.

 

You cannot believe that a human being can invent that. As a musician, I must say it’s incredible. One cannot believe. The melodies are so simple, the material is so simple. Every brick is simple, but the building is incredible.

 

The Eroica was a sensation because of its dimension. A symphony could last half an hour but never an hour, absolutely. The dimensions of the first movement are the dimensions of a whole symphony of Mozart or of Haydn. You hear the development of harmony, the development of melody, the rhythmic richness. There was no simply before which was so obvious connected with this style. And it tells so much without being the program music.

 

The Eroica symphony, the story of a hero, was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the great republican. But when Napoleon crowned himself emperor, Beethoven flew into a rage. The name Bonaparte is so violently erased that there’s a hole in the score.

 

I believe that the Eroica is about Beethoven himself. It’s the first piece in which he clearly shows us the kinds of sounds that appeared in his ears, these deaf noises, which becomes recurring motive in every other piece after this time. And then, of course, finally this wild last movement, this pyrotechnical display of counterpoint on the most trivial of subjects as if to say that his mastery is supreme. He can now take the stage as a successor of Mozart and Haydn.

 

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