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Beethoven 贝多芬传

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Immediately after the concert with Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

 

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere, he was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

 

Very often to his friends and indeed the musicians’ dismay, Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts, and we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. There is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Schubert who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time, and he recalled how Beethoven was conducting the first performance of his own 7th Symphony.

 

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianissimo passage and Beethoven was crouched down conducting, and he didn’t hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued playing quietly. He couldn’t hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And it’s said that a look of alarm crossed his face, and it was only when they got to the louder of it, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

 

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening, you can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But isn’t it poignant that he couldn’t hear his own music so that he could conduct it?

 

conductor

person who directs the performance of an orchestra, a choir, etc (esp by standing in front of them and gesturing with his arms) (管弦乐队﹑ 合唱团等的)指挥.

 

crouch

to lower your body close to the ground by bending your knees completely

 

podium

small platform for the conductor of an orchestra, a lecturer, etc to stand on (乐队的)指挥台; 讲台.

 

fling

to throw something somewhere using a lot of force
fling sth into sth
 
He flung the box into the river.

 

anecdote

short, interesting or amusing story about a real person or event 轶事, 逸闻(关於真人真事的短小有趣的事)

 

pianissimo

A part of a composition played very softly or quietly.

非常轻地演奏的乐段:非常轻柔或安静地演奏的作品部分

 

poignant

making you feel sad or full of pity

 

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Immediately after the concert was Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere, he was too deaf, he never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

Very often his friends and indeed the musicians dismay Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts, and we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. This is a delightful anecdote told by L.B., and he was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time, and he recalled how Beethoven was conducting the first performance of his own 7th symphony.

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianist solo passage and Beethoven was crouch down conducting, and he didn’t hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued to play quietly, he couldn’t hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And he said he looked alarmed across his face, and as anyone got to the loud of it, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening, you can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn’t hear his own music so he could conducted?
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Homework:

Immediately after the concert was Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere. He was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

Very often did his friends and even musicians dismay, Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts. And we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. This is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Spohr who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time. And he recalled how Beethoven was conducting first performance of his own 7th symphony.

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a piano solo passage and Beethoven was crouched down conducting, and he didn't hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued to play quietly, he couldn't hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And he said that a look of alarm crossed his face. And it was only when they got to the loud of it that he heard it and realized what had happened.

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening. You can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn't hear his own music so he could conduct it?
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Immediately after the concert was Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere, he was too deaf, he never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

Very often his friends and indeed the musicians dismayed Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts, and we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. This is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Schubert.and he was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time, and he recalled how Beethoven was conducting the first performance of his own 7th symphony.

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianissimo passage and Beethoven was crouched down ,conducting,and he didn’t hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued playing quietly, he couldn’t hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And he said he looked alarmed across his face, and as anyone ,they got to the loud of it, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening, you can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn’t hear his own music so he could conduct it?
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Homework:

Immediately after the concert, with Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere. He was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging on to his road as a conductor.

Very often did his friends and indeed musicians dismay Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts. And we have several discriptions of what a bizzare and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up flinging his arms around at the lound sections. That's the delightful anecdote told by Louish Brouh, who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time. And he recalled how Beethoven was conducting at the first performance of his own 7th Symphony.

The orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianissimo passage and Beethoven was crouched down, conducting, and he didn't hear the pause. And he got ahead of the orchestra and they continued to play quietly, but he could not hear it. And he reached, as he thought, the loud passage. So he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around. But the orchestra still playing quietly. And it said he looked alarm across his face, and as anyone, they got to the loud of it, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

Now, that is comical. You can picture it happening. You can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn't hear his own music so he could conduct it?

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Immediately after the concert, was Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere. He was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

"Very often did his friends and even musicians dismay, Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts. And we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. This is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Spohr who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time. And he recalled how Beethoven was conducting first performance of his own 7th symphony. And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a piano solo passage and Beethoven was crouched down conducting, and he didn't hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued to play quietly, he couldn't hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And he said that a look of alarm crossed his face. And it was only when they got to the loud of it that he heard it and realized what had happened."
"Now that is comical, you can picture it happening. You can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn't hear his own music though he could conduct it?"

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Immediately after the concert was Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere, he was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

Very often
to his friends and indeed the musicians’ dismay, Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts, and we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. There is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Schubert who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time, and he recalled how Beethoven was conducting the first performance of his own 7th Symphony.

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianissimo passage and Beethoven was crouched down conducting, and he didn’t hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra.
As they continued playing quietly, he couldn’t hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And it’s said that a look of alarm crossed his face, and as anyone, they got to the loud bit, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening, you can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But is it poignant that he couldn’t hear his own music so
that he couldn’t conduct it?

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Immediately after the concert with Napoleon once again threatening to invade Vienna, Beethoven began another colossal work with military themes.

 

For the first time, Beethoven did not play at the premiere, he was too deaf. He never finished another piano concerto. But his increasing deafness did not stop him clinging onto his role as a conductor.

 

Very often to his friends and indeed the musicians’ dismay, Beethoven insisted on conducting his own music at concerts, and we have several descriptions of what a bizarre and sometimes comical sight it was. He would crouch low in the podium at the soft pieces, and then he would leap up, flinging his arms around at the loud sections. There is a delightful anecdote told by Louis Schubert who was a younger composer and violinist in Vienna at the time, and he recalled how Beethoven was conducting the first performance of his own 7th Symphony.

 

And the orchestra reached a pause which was followed by a pianissimo passage and Beethoven was crouched down conducting, and he didn’t hear the pause and he got ahead of the orchestra. And they continued playing quietly. He couldn’t hear it. And he reached as he thought the louder passage, so he jumped up in his usual way, waving his arms around, but the orchestra was still playing quietly. And it’s said that a look of alarm crossed his face, and it was only when they got to the louder of it, that he heard it and realized what had happened.

 

Now that is comical, you can picture it happening, you can imitate it and get an easy laugh out of it. But isn’t it poignant that he couldn’t hear his own music so that he could / conduct it?

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