Coriolan
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Rome Will you wash your hands in his heart, will you…


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"An die Hoffnung" Op. 94 LUDWIG VcN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) cn die Hoffnung op.94 (aus…
1 Joyful, joyful, we adore You, God of glory, Lord of love; He…
9th Symphony Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium, wir bet…
Ah perfido Ah! perfido, spergiuro, Barbaro traditor, tu parti? E son qu…
An die Hoffnung op. 32 LUDWIG V. BEETHOVEN (1770-1882) cn die Hoffnung op. 32 Tex…
An die Hoffnung op. 94 LUDWIG VcN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) cn die Hoffnung op.94 (aus…
An die Hoffnung Op. 32 LUDWIG V. BEETHOVEN (1770-1882) cn die Hoffnung op. 32 Tex…
An die Hoffnung Op. 94 LUDWIG VcN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) cn die Hoffnung op.94 (aus…
Joyful Joyful Joyful, joyful, we adore You, God of glory, Lord of love; He…
Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee God of glory Lord of love Hea…
Jubilosos Te Adoramos 1. Jubilosos Te adoramos, Deus da glória, Deus do amor. Nos…
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…



Symphony No. 2 in D Major I saw you standing on the corner You looked so big…


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Danielle Whipple

God I love this overture. Also appreciate the level of bass in this recording.

karlio2020

One of the first pieces I played bassoon on in orchestra, you can really hear them coming through in this recording. Nicely done

Mehdi Javanfar

Beethoven's C minor mood!

"Shortly before resuming and completing the Fifth Symphony in 1807-8, Beethoven had unleashed comparable power in his overture for Collin's drama Coriolanus (1807). Here the opening two-note gesture is an aggressive fraternal twin to the Fifth and the entire work holds affinities with the first movement of the symphony. Beyond the aesthetic associations we can also see that when writing for strings in C minor (and also in C major, of course) Beethoven could exploit the resonant sonorities of the open C strings of the violas and the cellos, typically near the beginning of a movement and unquestionably at the end." Lewis Lockwood, Beethoven's Symphonies, An Artistic Vision, Norton, 2015, P. 98.

Vito Geraci

I see that as well.

Joshua Gearing

I played this piece last year when on tour (to the Rhineland) with a school orchestra! One of the venues we played this overture in was this very large church/cathedral kind of setting, and when we played the staccato forte chords, the orchestra would resonate for 3 seconds before the sound actually began to die. We had to adjust to this in rehearsal, and our conductor had that look of 'gosh darn it...' Fantastic piece and recording though! Very helpful to have the score as well.

Classical Music & Soundtracks

What is a "school orchestra"?

Sospiroso

Wonderful.....Such amazing development and orchestration. This is what's lacking in some of todays composers, they get an interesting theme but don't go anywhere with it. Beethoven was the master of development. A tour de force of brilliance.

Caters Carrots

Yes indeed. Even the tiniest little scrap of an idea turns into a grand developmental work in Beethoven's hands as evidenced by the Fifth Symphony that I've heard some people call this overture a fraternal twin of.

Sospiroso

@Caters Carrots I can see why.👍

mondola

The greatest musician that has ever lived.

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