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Moonlight sonata is beautiful because Beethoven wrote it for a girl that he loved that was blind so he could describe the moonlight to her, It was the best way he could describe it, and it worked...

#MoonlightSonata #Beethoven #Cry

Really enjoying Anastasia Huppmann's Beethoven Sonatas. Hope to share her beautiful pieces here.
Peace!

#Appassionata #Beethoven #AnastasiaHuppmann #Sonata

Literally me every time I hear any classical piece, especially moonlight son. mov. 3 🤣

#RowanAtkinson #Beethoven #MrBean

Practice makes perfect. Anyone know this song played on the calculator?

#beethoven #FurElise #fun

Want to expand your Beethoven repertoire? Here are 10 pieces you absolutely must include!

1. Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59 ‘Für Elise’
2. Slow movement from ‘Pathétique’ Sonata No 8 in C minor Op 13
3. First movement from ‘Moonlight’ Sonata in C sharp minor Op 27 No 2
4. Waltz in F Anh 15, ‘Adieu to the piano’
5. Bagatelle Op 126 No 1
6. Bagatelle Op 126 No 6
7. Six Ecossaises WoO 83
8. Minuet in G WoO 10 No 2
9. Third movement from Sonata... See More

Want to expand your Beethoven repertoire? Here are 10 pieces you absolutely must include!

1. Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59 ‘Für Elise’
2. Slow movement from ‘Pathétique’ Sonata No 8 in C minor Op 13
3. First movement from ‘Moonlight’ Sonata in C sharp minor Op 27 No 2
4. Waltz in F Anh 15, ‘Adieu to the piano’
5. Bagatelle Op 126 No 1
6. Bagatelle Op 126 No 6
7. Six Ecossaises WoO 83
8. Minuet in G WoO 10 No 2
9. Third movement from Sonata No 11 in B flat Op 22
10. First movement from Sonatina in F Anh 5 No 2

#beethoven #student #teacher #sonata #minuet #sonatina #bagatelle

As a mark of global solidarity during the Covid-19 outbreak, Singaporean conductor Wong Kah Chun has assembled local and overseas artists to put on a virtual performance of Beethoven's Ode To Joy.

The three-minute music video, aired on The Straits Times YouTube and Facebook channels at 7pm on Thursday (May 7), includes performances by members of music groups such as the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Dresden Boys Choir (Dresdner Kreuzchor) as well as local freelancers and musicians... See More

As a mark of global solidarity during the Covid-19 outbreak, Singaporean conductor Wong Kah Chun has assembled local and overseas artists to put on a virtual performance of Beethoven's Ode To Joy.

The three-minute music video, aired on The Straits Times YouTube and Facebook channels at 7pm on Thursday (May 7), includes performances by members of music groups such as the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Dresden Boys Choir (Dresdner Kreuzchor) as well as local freelancers and musicians.

Wong, 33, chief conductor of Germany's Nuremberg Symphony, conceived the idea for the project on an overnight flight from Nuremberg to Singapore in March.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #online #virtual #WongKahChun #conductor #orchestra #beethoven #OdeToJoy #youtube #sco #DresdenBoysChoir #NurembergSymphony

Zsuzsanna Foldi has been deaf all her life. Still, with her hands placed on the double bass, sitting among musicians in Budapest's Danubia orchestra, she can enjoy and literally feel Beethoven's famous Fifth Symphony.

"When I sat next to the musician who played the bass today, I started crying," she said.

Mate Hamori, the conductor of the orchestra that is holding a series of concerts this spring for people with a hearing loss, said their aim was to bring music to people who... See More

Zsuzsanna Foldi has been deaf all her life. Still, with her hands placed on the double bass, sitting among musicians in Budapest's Danubia orchestra, she can enjoy and literally feel Beethoven's famous Fifth Symphony.

"When I sat next to the musician who played the bass today, I started crying," she said.

Mate Hamori, the conductor of the orchestra that is holding a series of concerts this spring for people with a hearing loss, said their aim was to bring music to people who otherwise have no chance to enjoy it, and to call attention to hearing difficulties that are often ignored.

"So the idea was to somehow lure those who are the most capable of sympathising with Beethoven and his own suffering into the world of music," Hamori said.

#DanubiaOrchestra #MateHamori #conductor #beethoven #deaf #SpecialNeeds #concert #symphony

For the Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear, Beethoven has been a lifelong project. Aged three, he listened to an entire 12-LP set of Beethoven’s piano sonatas in a day. At five he set to work on the symphonies.

Would this deep obsession give his Complete Beethoven Piano Concertos, with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Andrew Constantine, edge or distinction in a crowded market? Yes. The results are fleet-fingered, insightful and imaginative, capturing an essential sense of... See More

For the Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear, Beethoven has been a lifelong project. Aged three, he listened to an entire 12-LP set of Beethoven’s piano sonatas in a day. At five he set to work on the symphonies.

Would this deep obsession give his Complete Beethoven Piano Concertos, with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Andrew Constantine, edge or distinction in a crowded market? Yes. The results are fleet-fingered, insightful and imaginative, capturing an essential sense of improvisation in the cadenzas (Goodyear is also a composer).

#beethoven #StewartGoodyear #composer #sonata #symphony #orchestra #concerto #AndrewConstantine #NationalOrchestraWales #improvisation