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Beethoven 贝多芬传

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The Fifth Symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with “da da da da…”that’s no music, it is political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.

 

Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good, and, then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns playing very loud “bang bang bang bang…” They say “let’s throw the emperor down to earth.”

 

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the Fifth Symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.

 

So, it may have been that people hearing the Fifth Symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an irony in that, that in the Second World War of this century, it became a symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that says something about the universality of the music.

 

It’s very fitting that the Voyager satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we try to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kind of comes to this…what next, what are we to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure enough. We’re there.

 

Many pieces had begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

 

At the first public performance of Beethoven’s Fifth in December 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under-rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven’s admirers remarked:" you can easily have too much of a good thing."

 

agitation

when you are so anxious, nervous, or upset that you cannot think calmly

 

Voyager satellite

旅行者号探测器,共有两颗,担负探测太阳系外围行星和搜寻地外文明的任务,由美国在上世纪70年代发射。两个探测器都各自携带了一张唱片,记录了地球人的声音,其中包括贝多芬第五交响曲第一乐章。

 

impasse

死路;僵局

 

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The 5th symphony is something absolutely new. The symphony that “da da da da…”that’s no music, it’s political education, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.
Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good..um..then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns play very loud “bang bang bang bang…”they say “ let’s throw the emperor down to us.”
Napoleon had bravely occupied Vietnam in 1805, and the 5th symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.
So, it may have been that people hearing the 5th symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an irony in that, that in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol for the French systems against German oppression. I suppose that says something about universality of the music.
It’s very fitting that the voyage of * should be carrying Beethoven’s 5th symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portal of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, in spite of our best efforts we very often fell, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kinds of come to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…because scarcely believe it’s true and then shone enough…with air.
Many pieces have begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a modal which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.
The first public performance of Beethoven’s 5th was in December 1808. The weather in piano was freezing cold, the musicians were under rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. If you are one of Beethoven’s admires of art, you can easily have too much of a good thing.
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The 5th symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with “da da da da…”that’s no music, it’s political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.

Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good..um..then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns play very loud “bang bang bang bang…”they say “ let’s throw the emperor down to us.”

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the 5th symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.

So, it may have been that people hearing the 5th symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an irony in that, that in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that says something about universality of the music.

It’s very fitting that the voyage of satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s 5th symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kinds of come to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…because scarcely believe it’s true and then sure enough…with air.

Many pieces have begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

The first public performance of Beethoven’s 5th was in December 1808. The weather in Vienna was freezing cold, the musicians were under rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. If you are one of Beethoven’s admirers of art, you can easily have too much of a good thing.
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The 5th symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with “da da da da…”that’s no music, it’s political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.

Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good..um..then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns playing very loud “bang bang bang bang…”they say “ let’s throw the emperor down to earth.”

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the 5th symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.

So, it may have been that people hearing the 5th symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an error in that, that in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that says something about universality of the music.

It’s very fitting that the voyage of satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s 5th symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kinds of come to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure love over there.

Many pieces have begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

At the first public performance of Beethoven’s 5th in December 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven’s admirers remarked:" you can easily have too much of a good thing."





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So, it may have been that people hearing the 5th Symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an irony in that, that in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that says something about universality of the music.

It’s very fitting that the Voyage Satellite should be carrying Beethoven’s 5th symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kinds of come to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure love ...We're there.

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Homework:

The 5th symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with da da da da/// That's no music. it's political agitation. So, it's like a manifestation of ideas. It's not good the way we live. It's not good, and then you, at one moment, you can hear the horns playing very loud. They say let's throw the emperor down to earth.

Napoleon had briefly occuppied Vienna in 1805. And the 5th symphony became a symbol of struggle and triumph.

So it may have been that people hearing that symphony at that time could identify it with its national struggle with France. And of course ther is an irony in that. That in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol of Franch resisten again German oppression. I suppose that says something about the universality of music

It is very fitting that the voyage satellite should be carring Beethoven's 5th Symphony as part of its message to aliens out there. Because it 's a great protrait of human beings. We work hard, we try and build things, we get very angry and depressed. We try to find out a way towards happiness, inspit of our best effort, we often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse, just as the symphony kind of comes to this. What's next, what we could do now? And suddenly, a little glim of hope.. we can scarcely believe it's ture, and then sure enough! We're there.

Many pieces had begun in minor and ended in major. But this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model, which was picked up by pratically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

At the first public performance of Beethoven's 5th in 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under rehearse and the concert went for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven's admires remarked:"You can easily have too much of a good thing"
homework

"The 5th symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with da da da da… that’s no music, it’s political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas." "Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good..um..then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns playing very loud bang bang bang bang…they say let’s throw the emperor down to earth."

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the 5th symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph. "So, it may have been that people hearing the 5th symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an error in that, that in the WWII of the century, it became the symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that says something about universality of the music."

"It’s very fitting that the voyage of satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s 5th symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kinds of come to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure love over there."
"Many pieces have begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven."

At the first public performance of Beethoven’s 5th in December 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven’s admirers remarked:" you can easily have too much of a good thing."
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The Fifth Symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with “da da da da…”that’s no music, it is political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.

Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good,
and, then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns playing very loud “bang bang bang bang…” They say “let’s throw the emperor down to earth.”

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the Fifth Symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.

So, it may have been that people hearing the Fifth Symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an
irony in that, that in the Second World War of the century, it became the symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that it says something about universality of the music.

It’s very fitting that the
voyage of satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we’re trying to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kind/ of comes to this…what next, what we’re to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure enough over there.

Many pieces
had begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

At the first public performance of Beethoven’s Fifth in December 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven’s admirers remarked:" you can easily have too much of a good thing."

 

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The Fifth Symphony is really something absolutely new. The symphony starts with “da da da da…”that’s no music, it is political agitation, so it is like a manifestation of ideas.

 

Er…it’s not good the way we live, it’s not good, and, then you, um…at one moment you can hear the horns playing very loud “bang bang bang bang…” They say “let’s throw the emperor down to earth.”

 

Napoleon had briefly occupied Vienna in 1805, and the Fifth Symphony became a symbol for struggle and triumph.

 

So, it may have been that people hearing the Fifth Symphony at that time could identify it with this national struggle against France. And of course, there is an irony in that, that in the Second World War of this century, it became a symbol for the French resistance against German oppression. I suppose that / says something about the universality of the music.

 

It’s very fitting that the Voyager satellites should be carrying Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony as part of its message to aliens out there, because it’s a great portrait of human beings, we work hard, we try to build things, we get very angry and depressed, we’re trying to find our ways to our happiness, and in spite of our best efforts we very often fail, and we kind of come to an impasse just as in the symphony, it kind/ of comes to this…what next, what are we to do now…and then suddenly a little glimpse of hope…you can scarcely believe it’s true and then sure enough. We’re there.

 

Many pieces had begun in minor and ended in major, but this piece was the first one to systematically trace the journey. It was a model which was picked up by practically every other romantic symphonist to follow Beethoven.

 

At the first public performance of Beethoven’s Fifth in December 1808, the weather in Vienna was freezing cold. The musicians were under-rehearsed, and the concert went on for 4 hours. Even one of Beethoven’s admirers remarked:" you can easily have too much of a good thing."

 

Voyager satellites:旅行者号探测器,共有两颗,担负探测太阳系外围行星和搜寻地外文明的任务,由美国在上世纪70年代发射。两个探测器都各自携带了一张唱片,记录了“地球人的声音”,其中包括贝多芬第五交响曲第一乐章。详细情况可在百度和wiki上搜到

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