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Ludwig van Beethoven Lyrics

We have lyrics for 'Allegretto' by these artists:

Concierto Andaluz for four Guitars and Orchestra When we met we still had innocence And we did things…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Ludwig van Beethoven:

9th Symphony Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium, wir bet…
Moonlight Sonata Camper Van Beethoven Camper Van Beethoven We Love You All…
Presto Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium, wir bet…
String Quartet in A major Kimi no te de kirisaite Omoi hi no kioku wo Kanashimi no…
String Quartet in A major Op. 18 No. 5: III. Andante cantabile Kimi no te de kirisaite Omoi hi no kioku wo Kanashimi no…
Symphony No. 2 in D Major I saw you standing on the corner You looked so big…

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Azen Kwed

This is the symphony you will hear on every radio station when the world ends.

Erica Zahn

I thought it would be REM its the end of the world

Your shit Dotcom

I know exactly what you mean

FCB Alonso 🔵🔴

@Cracked_NM Because it wasn’t the end of the world 🌍 ☝🏼

FCB Alonso 🔵🔴

😱 The same I thought 🤔💭


sir 2020 happened and i didn’t hear this play

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Uisce Preston

This recording is from Leonard Bernstein's final concert which ended with Beethoven's 7th. He was dying of mesothelioma and purposefully chose this symphony as the last thing he would ever conduct. He was incredibly weak and tired; he suffered a coughing fit during the movement after this one. Think about that when you hear the Allegretto swell to its two famous crescendos. And how he held it together to conduct one of the most emotional compositions of classical music. When it debuted, the Allegretto drove audiences wild. It still does.

Maike Schäfers

"Bernstein conducted his last concert on August 19, 1990 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood. The program consisted of Benjamin Britten's Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes and Beethoven's Symphony No. 7."
I am not too knowledgeable but it seems this is a different one if the Wiener Philharmoniker are listed.

Eric B

That’s more than a fun fact!!


@Ian Bean ❤

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