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Ode to Joy

Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1727)


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Publication: Florent, Sunday, November 8th 2020
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Beethoven’s 9th Symphony was premiered in Vienna on May 7, 1824 and dedicated to King Frederick William III of Prussia. In the finale (which lasts about 25 minutes!) sections are sung on a poem by Friedrich von Schiller: the Ode to Joy (Ode an die Freude). This theme has been chosen as the European anthem. The arrangements of the official version were made by Herbert von Karajan.

Titles: An die Freude

1977, Beethoven Symphonie 9, Karajan

Hymne à la joie

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Introduction du final de la 9ème Symphonie de Beethoven

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Ode à la joie

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Ode to joy

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Ood rõõmule

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Audio publication:


Beethoven Symphonie 9, Karajan
B2: Presto
1977


CD Отава Ё (Otava Yo) Под аптекой
10: Хит
2006


web :

Ode à la joie — Wikipedia, 2005
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ode_%C3%A0_la_joie
L’Ode à la joie — appelée également Hymne à la joie1 — est un poème de Friedrich von Schiller écrit en 1785.

Pete Seeger: Ode to Joy — Youtube, 2008
https://youtu.be/8HOIyqXIc8Q?t=47s

Jessica Comeau Dulcimer: Ode To Joy — SoundCloud, 2015
https://soundcloud.com/jessica-comeau-dulcimer/ode-to-joy

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