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  • The Difference Between Mozart and Beethoven - Mozart Vs. Beethoven

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  • Mozart vs Beethoven - The Masters of Classical Music

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    MOZART vs BEETHOVEN
    The Masters of Classical Music

    1 Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550: I. Molto allegro 00:00
    2 Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: IV. Allegro con brio 08:10
    3 Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525: I. Allegro 15:21
    4 Beethoven - Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93: III. Tempo di Menuetto 21:20
    5 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467: III. Allegro vivace assai 26:05
    6 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: III. Rondo. Allegro - Presto 32:49
    7 Mozart - Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K 331 Alla Turca: III. Alla Turca 42:07
    8 Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14, Moonlight Sonata: I. Adagio sostenuto 45:46
    9 Mozart - Requiem, K. 626: Introitus. Requiem 50:40
    10 Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto 56:02
    11 Mozart - Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 Jupiter: IV. Molto Allegro 1:05:02
    12 Beethoven - Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93: II. Allegretto scherzando 1:13:58
    13 Mozart - Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201: I. Allegro moderato 1:18:00
    14 Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: III. Presto 1:22:55
    15 Mozart - Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major, K. 314: I. Allegro aperto 1:30:25
    16 Beethoven - Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93: IV. Allegro vivace 1:38:30
    17 Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro: Non più Andrai, Farfallone Amoroso 1:46:11
    18 Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral: III. Merry gathering of country folk 1:49:30
    19 Mozart - Lucio Silla, K. 135: Ouverture. I. Molto allegro 1:54:45
    20 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15: III. Rondo 1:58:30
    21 Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525: IV. Rondò 2:07:44
    22 Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral: I. Awakening of cheerful feelings on arrival in the countryside 2:10:56
    23 Mozart - Ave Verum Corpus, S. 44 2:21:46
    24 Beethoven - Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor, WoO 59 Für Elise 2:24:07
    25 Mozart - Requiem, K. 626: Sequentia. Confutatis & Lacrymosa 2:27:54
    26 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: I. Allegro con brio 2:33:30
    27 Mozart - Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture 2:51:19
    28 Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral: IV. Thunder. Storm 2:58:30
    29 Mozart - Requiem, K. 626: Sequentia. Dies Irae 3:02:02
    30 Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: I. Poco sostenuto – Vivace 3:03:41
    31 Mozart - Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201: I. Allegro moderato 3:15:30
    32 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15: II. Largo 3:20:27
    33 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467: II. Andante 3:29:59
    34 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: II. Largo 3:37:16

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    3 & 21: Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Werner Stiefel
    5 & 33: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Jörg Demus
    6, 20, 32 & 34: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Bruno Canino
    7 & 24: Giovanni Umberto Battel
    8: Luke Faulkner
    15: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Andreas Blau
    17: Moldavian Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    23: Carlo Balzaretti
    26: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Giuseppe Andaloro
    27: Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Alexandr Tracz

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  • How Fast did Mozart and Beethoven Really Play?

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    Fasten your seat belts. Beethoven, Czerny, Moscheles, Chopin,... the 17th/18th c. French composers and academics, left us thousands exact indications of the exact tempi they had in mind for their music. It is almost like we have a CD recording of Beethoven... And yet, today, almost nobody takes that information serious. Often these numbers are so insanely fast, that it makes sense at first to just ignore that information once and for all. At best some musicologist insist on just practicing a bit harder...easy to say, but the world would have been flooded by recordings in the original tempi if they were technically possible to realize. Thing is that many of those metronome markings simply are out of reach, even to the greatest virtuosos of today. Doesn't make sense if you think that Czerny wrote his opus 299 for students. And yet we know that those metronome numbers were meant to be played exactly, they are not just an 'ideal reach'. And no... their metronomes were not broken...So what's the point we are missing here?
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  • Five Things You Didnt Know About Beethoven | Famous Composers

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    In order to fully understand music, you need to know the giants in all genres of music. When I start to talk about the history of melodic and harmonic devices, it's helpful to know who thought of them first.

    Here are 5 things that you didn't know about Beethoven. The first is about his upbringing by an abusive father and musician. Even though he was harshly treated by his alcoholic father, he still developed an enduring love of music. Number two was about the question of whether or not he ever met or studied with Mozart. The third was about his developing hearing loss and the Heiligenstadt Testament, a letter to his two brothers about the pain and agony of his impending deafness. The fourth is about the famous concert of December 22, 1808 where there were premiers of four major works of the Western musical cannon. Number five discusses his late period works composed when he was completely deaf.



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  • MOZART Vs BEETHOVEN

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    Et si on imaginait une battle en musique entre 2 des plus grands compositeurs de tous les temps ?
    Entre la 40ème syphonie de Mozart et la 5ème symphonie de Beethoven qui remporte le match ?
    Ces 2 symphonies très puissantes se ressemblent et s'assemblent à merveille.

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    Mozart Symphonie n°40 Molto Allegro (
    Beethoven Symphonie n°5 (Bibliothèque Youtube)

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  • Ep. 3 Composer Mashup - Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Chopin

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    Bach and Mozart join up with Beethoven and Chopin for a 10 minute medley that no one expected.

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  • Encontro histórico entre Mozart e Beethoven

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    Trecho do filme: MOZART O GÊNIO DA MÚSICA

    (Wann die Götter lieben, Austria, 1942)

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  • Beethoven vs. Steibelt

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    Accounts of the contest record it was a disaster for Steibelt; Beethoven reportedly carried the day by improvising at length on a theme taken from the cello part of a new Steibelt piece—placed upside down on the music rack.

  • HOW BEETHOVEN PLAYED BACH? - WITH SOUND SAMPLES

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    From ca 1780 onward, the totally outmoded fugue gained sudden interest again. Mozart started to study and write polyphony, Beethoven and others would soon follow. C.P.E.Bach was asked in vain by his editor Breitkopf to deliver some fugues again, and great man like Forkel lifted the master of polyphony, J.S.Bach, out of the past and brought awareness of this genius to a large audience. New research and editions followed. Beethoven was famous for his Bach playing, and luckily, we do have information about how he played that music. But, as with all information from that long ago, it comes with some new questions as well. Never mind the questions, it is great to reflect on them. And as I'll be able to give you sound examples based on the evidence, it is more than interesting to take your time I believe and do reflect on this. I think it is important.
    In the following of some sound samples, I'll give you some aspects of how I deal with historical facts. This subject : the balance between musicology and performance will need some follow-ups, for sure.

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  • Beethoven Documentary - The Genius of Beethoven 1/3 The Rebel

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    Amazing BBC documentary about the musical genius Ludwig Van Beethoven!

    A powerful, moving and accurate documentary based on the life of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Paul Rhys's masterful portrayal of Beethoven is particularly noteworthy, doing well to vividly convey the isolation and despair Beethoven experienced throughout his life, while insightful narration from the popular conductor, composer and presenter Charles Hazlewood does well to add a sophisticated educational dimension to the series.

  • Happy Birthday in the Styles of 10 Classical Composers

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    During the past 2 years, I've covered these 10 classical composers in my How to Sound Like series. Each episode was uploaded on or around the composers' birthdays, and I dissected the characteristics of their music to construct versions of Happy Birthday in their styles. This is a fun, celebratory, and educational exercise, and in no way am I claiming that the authenticity of these versions is anything more than sincere attempts at trying to understand the intricacies of each composer. Please keep that in mind, and enjoy!

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  • Beethoven 5th Symphony: Analysis by Gerard Schwarz

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  • Beethoven Deafness 1

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    This video shows that Beethoven suffered a severe form of tinnitus, a ringing in his ears that made it hard for him to perceive and appreciate music;while slowly becomeing deaf....You Can Watch the Full Documentary Here

  • Beethoven - 10 facts about Ludwig van Beethoven | Classical Music History

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    Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral
    I: Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande. Allegro ma non troppo
    Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina
    Director: Giuseppe Lanzetta

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  • How to Sound Like Beethoven

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    How to Sound Like Beethoven, with an emphasis on his piano sonatas in celebration of his 250th celebration. 00:48-5:00 deals with the sonata-allegro form and other motivic elements, 5:00-10:43 I pull examples from his piano sonatas, 12:30-14:47 is my sonata movement Happy Birthday in the Style of L.V. Beethoven.

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  • Liszt/Beethoven Symphony No. 7, explained by Frederic Chiu

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    Pianist Frederic Chiu talks about the importance of Liszt’s Beethoven transcriptions by analysing his Seventh Symphony. A must-see lecture for all pianists and music lovers, offered by the Liszt Competition.

  • Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C Minor

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    Very possibly Beethoven's greatest sonata (it may or may not be edged out by the Hammerklavier, and also No.31 has a good punt at the title), and certainly one of the greatest piano works ever written. There is a lot to say about this, but suffice to say that Chopin admired it enough to imitate both the beginning and end of the first movement (in the opening of his B-flat Minor sonata, and in the end of the Revolutionary etude respectively).

    The boogie-woogie variation is at 16:47, but the best moment of the generally awesome second movement comes at 21:56. [Brendel's comment: ...perhaps nowhere else in piano literature does mystical experience feel so immediately close at hand.]

    This is also a marvellous rendition by Pogorelich, who plays with absolutely clarity, with no indulgence and quite a lot of intensity (as in focus, not aggressive). The tempo choice is especially good -- the music has space to breathe.

    Movement I: 00:00
    Movement II: 9:54 (Theme and Variations)

  • 4 Hours The Best of Classical Music - Mozart and Beethoven. Classical Music Playlist

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    The best of classical music playlist (4 Hours) features the greatest works of the most famous classical music composers - Mozart and Beethoven.

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    00:00-04:06 - Mozart Marriage of Figaro
    04:06-12:31 - Beethoven Coriolan Overture
    12:31-19:17 - Mozart Magic Flute Overture
    19:17-28:23 - Beethoven Egmont Overture
    28:23-36:25 - Mozart Violin Concerto No.3 (2 Mvt)
    36:25-1:00:55 - Beethoven Violin Concerto 1 Mvt
    1:00:55-1:10:57 - Beethoven Violin Concerto 2 Mvt
    1:10:57-1:21:21 - Beethoven Violin Concerto 3 Mvt
    1:21:21-1:27:25 - Mozart Symphony No.40 1 Mvt
    1:27:25-1:35:06 - Mozart Symphony No.40 2 Mvt
    1:35:06-1:39:45 - Mozart Symphony No.40 3 Mvt
    1:39:45-1:44:35 - Mozart Symphony No.40 4 Mvt
    1:44:35-1:50:11- Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 1 Mvt
    1:50:11-1:52:22 - Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 2 Mvt
    1:52:22-2:00:36 - Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 3 Mvt
    2:00:36-2:13:02 - Mozart Clarinet Concerto 1 Mvt
    2:13:02-2:20:35 - Mozart Clarinet Concerto 2 Mvt
    2:20:35-2:29:27 - Mozart Clarinet Concerto 3 Mvt
    2:29:27-2:48:32 - Beethoven Piano Concerto Emperor 1 Mvt
    2:48:32-2:55:33 - Beethoven Piano Concerto Emperor 2 Mvt
    2:55:33-3:04:51 - Beethoven Piano Concerto Emperor 3 Mvt
    3:04:51-3:08:25 - Mozart Sonata No.18 1 Mvt
    3:08:25-3:13:01 - Mozart Sonata No.18 2 Mvt
    3:13:01-3:17:14 - Mozart Sonata No.18 3 Mvt
    3:17:14-3:24:21 - Beethoven Sonata No.8 Pathetique 1 Mvt
    3:24:21-3:29:25 - Beethoven Sonata No.8 Pathetique 2 Mvt
    3:29:25-3:34:05 - Beethoven Sonata No.8 Pathetique 3 Mvt
    3:34:05-3:40:01 - Mozart Fantasia D-Moll

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  • When You Hit A WRONG Note In Classical vs Jazz

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    Hitting wrong notes in classical vs jazz has very different effects ???? I love and play both genres so this is all just in good fun! Remember to tap like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video!

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  • Beethoven Explained: Beethovens First

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    Join Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero as he begins his weekly segment Beethoven Explained. Tonight, he begins the series with a lecture on Beethoven's First Symphony.

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  • Great Composers: Ludwig van Beethoven

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    A look at one of history's greatest composers.

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    Classical Nerd is a weekly video series covering music history, theoretical concepts, and techniques, hosted by composer, pianist, and music history aficionado Thomas Little.

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    - Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 14 in C# minor “Moonlight,” Op. 27, No. 2, performed by Thomas Little [original upload: YQz1hS7XotY]
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    - Thomas Little: Dance! #2 in E minor, Op. 1 No. 2, performed by Rachel Fellows, Michael King, and Bruce Tippette

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  • Mozart vs. Beethoven

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    Who is the better composer? You decide.

  • Double Turkish March - Beethoven and Mozart

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    This video contains Mozart's Turkish March, Beethoven's Turkish March and both mixed together. ENJOY!!

  • How to play Happy Birthday Like Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Bach and Mozart Piano by Nicole Pesce

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  • The Very Best Of Mozart and Beethoven

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    00:00 serenade No.13 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik': Allegro
    06:05 Horn Concerto No.4: Rondo: Allegro vivace
    09:41 Cosi fan tutte: Soave sia il vento
    12:55 Violin Sonata K.378: Andantino
    19:37 Requiem: Confutatis and Lacrymosa
    24:11 Symphony No.40: Molto allegro
    31:40 Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67: I.Allegro con brio
    40:05 Egmont, Op.84: Overture
    45:40 Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27, No.2, Moonlight: I.Adagio sostenuto
    50:57 String Quartet No.9 in C major, Op.59/3, Razumovsky: IV. Allegro molto

  • Mozart - 10 facts about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Classical Music History

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  • Guitar Battle - Beethoven VS Bach VS Mozart VS Vivaldi

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    Guitar Battle - Beethoven VS Bach VS Mozart VS Vivaldi

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  • Mozart vs Beethoven

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    1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - A Little Night Music [Eine kleine Nachtmusik]

    2. Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67

    3.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 12 Variations in C Major 'Ah vous dirai-je, Maman' K.265 (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)

    4. Ludwig van Beethoven - Für Elise

    5. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Turkish March [ Rondo Alla Turca]

    6.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Lacrimosa from Requiem in D minor (K.626)

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    ► A Little Night Music - Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major), K. 525, is a 1787 composition for a chamber ensemble by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The German title means a little serenade, though it is often rendered more literally but less accurately as a little night music. The work is written for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with optional double bass, but is often performed by string orchestras.

    ► The Symphony No. 5 in C minor of Ludwig van Beethoven, Op. 67, was written between 1804–1808. It is one of the best-known compositions in classical music, and one of the most frequently played symphonies. First performed in Vienna's Theater an der Wien in 1808, the work achieved its prodigious reputation soon afterward. E. T. A. Hoffmann described the symphony as one of the most important works of the time. The symphony consists of four movements. The first movement is Allegro con brio; the second movement is Andante con moto; the third movement is a Scherzo Allegro; the fourth movement is Allegro

    ► Twelve Variations on Ah vous dirai-je, Maman, K. 265/300e, is a piano composition by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composed when he was around 25 years old (1781 or 1782). This piece consists of twelve variations on the French folk song Ah! vous dirai-je, maman. The French melody first appeared in 1761, and has been used for many children's songs, such as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, Baa, Baa, Black Sheep and the Alphabet Song.

    ► Für Elise - The score was not published until 1867, 40 years after the composer's death in 1827. The discoverer of the piece, Ludwig Nohl, affirmed that the original autographed manuscript, now lost, was dated 27 April 1810.
    The version of Für Elise heard today is an earlier version that was transcribed by Ludwig Nohl. There is a later version, with drastic changes to the accompaniment which was transcribed from a later manuscript by the Beethoven scholar Barry Cooper. The most notable difference is in the first theme, the left-hand arpeggios are delayed by a 16th note beat.

    ► A Little Night Music Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major), K. 525, is a 1787 composition for a chamber ensemble by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The German title means a little serenade, though it is often rendered more literally but less accurately as a little night music. The work is written for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with optional double bass, but is often performed by string orchestras.

    ► A Turkish march — in Italian, marcia alla turca — is a march written by a classical composer in the Turkish style that includes particular rhythmic patterns[specify] and often features piccolos, cymbals, bass drums and triangles.
    Turkish March may refer to the following specific pieces of classical music:
    Turkish March (Beethoven), part of Op. 113 No. 4: Die Ruinen von Athen (The Ruins of Athens).
    Turkish Rondo, or Rondo alla Turca, the third movement from W. A. Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 11.
    A section of Beethoven's Symphony No.9, written in the style of a Turkish march.

    ►The Requiem in D minor, K. 626, is a requiem mass by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart composed part of the Requiem in Vienna in late 1791, but it was unfinished at his death on 5 December the same year. A completed version dated 1792 by Franz Xaver Süssmayr was delivered to Count Franz von Walsegg, who commissioned the piece for a Requiem service to commemorate the anniversary of his wife's death on 14 February.

    ► The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, also known as the Choral, is Ludwig van Beethoven's final complete symphony. Completed in 1824, the symphony is one of the best-known works in classical music.It is almost universally considered by critics to be one of Beethoven's greatest works, and many consider it one of the greatest compositions in the western musical canon.
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  • Introduction To The Composer // Ludwig van Beethoven

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    Short biography introducing you to composer Ludwig van Beethoven.

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  • When Beethoven met Mozart for the first time!

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    This is what happened when Beethoven met Mozart for the first time.

  • BACHS INFLUENCE ON BEETHOVEN: STRONGER THAN WE THINK?

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    When I studied organ and piano in Amsterdam (long, long time ago...) there was a kind of natural 'division' between music before Bach and music after Bach. Also in performing: when I played a Bach fugue in piano class, I was considered to be an authority by definition, since I studied the organ.

    But from music of Mozart onward, the strong piano tradition took over (it is stronger than we believe!). One way drive to the 19th century. Even in the HIP movement, that division is more present than we might think. How many keyboard players are playing music 'over the bridge'?

    But there is (I would place here a very rare 'of course') a tradition that was ongoing, and not influenced by some aliens that came around 1750 from the planet Mars to teach the young Mozart a completely new way of playing and composing. Obviously there was, as always has been, an evolution, but one generation started firmly from within the previous one.

    In Beethoven's case, only by looking at the line of his teachers, one comes rather fast with our beloved Bach. And more than that : Bach was an important part of his life, even from a very young age.
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  • Was Mozart a Party Animal?

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    This week I look at the image of Mozart as depicted in the film Amadeus, how us composers seem to find it an inspiring image, and whether there is any basis in fact to it. Was Mozart really a drunken, fart-joke-loving, party animal?

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  • Piano Sonata in C Minor

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    Given very strict restrictions and regulations regarding form, phrase length, key areas, and overall structure, I did what I could to compose a compelling piano sonata for my Classical forms & styles class.

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  • London Mozart Players - Mozart & Beethoven Explored

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    The London Mozart Players and Howard Shelley continue their Beethoven Explored series at St John's Smith Square on Wednesday 16 December with a concert looking at Beethoven's 3rd Piano Concerto, on the day of Beethoven's 245th Birthday.

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  • Improvising in the Style of Different Classical Composers

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  • Robert Levin performs 3 Piano Sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven

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    Pianist and musicologist Robert D. Levin performs Piano Sonata No. 15 and No. 18 by Mozart and Piano Sonata No. 27 by Beethoven with improvised modulating transitions on a Paul McNulty copy of an 1805 fortepiano by Walter & Sohn. Recorded live at Wigmore Hall, London on September 29 2014.
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  • Beethoven better than Mozart

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    Wow Beethoven hates Mozart

  • Kid Composers: Vivaldi, Handel, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky

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    1st and 2nd Grade Academy students at Calistoga Elementary School share what they learned about various musical composers in these biographical video summaries

  • BEETHOVEN - Für Elise

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    Listen For Elise by Beethoven as you enjoy an animation and learn about this awesome musician, one of the most important composers ever.
    Beethoven was a classical-romantic composer who was born in Bonn in 1770. The piece that is played here, For Elise, is one of the most known and played of Beethoven among piano amateurs. Beethoven´s life, was marked by his father, a musician who wanted his song to be the next Mozart. At age 27, Beethoven started to become deaf. That fact actually marked his personality, making him a grumpy person.

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  • Haydn - Beethoven // Piano Sonatas by Olivier Cavé

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    Ludwig van Beethoven was just twenty years old when he first met Joseph Haydn, in 1790. Two years later, the young composer joined the Viennese master’s numerous pupils. But, weary of his teacher’s frequent absences and stung by his criticisms, he soon broke off his lessons, declaring bitterly some years later ‘I never learnt anything from Haydn’. It is this distance, this difference of style and ambition between Beethoven and his former teacher that are to be heard in this new recording by Olivier Cavé, the award-winning Swiss pianist who is a regular guest at the leading festivals. Whereas Haydn’s Sonata Hob. XVI:32 (1776) aims for a classical but vigorous style, Hob.XVI:48, composed only four years later, is more subdued and academic. Beethoven sought to break with this classicism, allowing himself greater expressive scope and replacing the traditional third-movement minuet with a scherzo in his Sonata no.2, a clear sign of his revolutionary spirit.

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  • Debussy: Preludes, Book I and II

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    This album contains the Preludes, books 1 and 2 by Debussy, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

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    The result is fascinating, the familiar music is clothed in a new sound, the pianissimos seem to come from “a piano without hammers”, as Debussy wanted it. But an instrument needs a master to sound great, and Hiroko Sasaki does marvels with these 24 character pieces, full of atmosphere, caprice and imagination.

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    0:07:36 “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir”
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    0:16:53 Ce qu’a vu le Vent d’Ouest
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    0:24:29 La Cathedrale engloutie
    0:29:37 La danse de Puck
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    0:39:59 La Puerta del Vino
    0:43:07 “Les Fees sont d’exquises danseuses”
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  • Beethoven & Mozart for Different Moods

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    0:12: Cheerful/Mozart ~ McGill Symphony Orchestra, Montreal

    0:56: Pensive/Beethoven ~ Valentina Lisitsa

    1:42: Energetic/Mozart ~ Vienna Symphony Orchestra

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    3:45: Tender/Beethoven ~ Yundi Li

    4:22: Romantic/Mozart ~ Joheph Moog

    5:09: Agitated/Beethoven ~ Dora Deliyska

    5:47: Sentimental/Mozart ~ Clarinet/Sharon Kam with Czech
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    6:28: Hopeful/Beethoven ~ Violin/Charlotte Sempre

    7:09: Serene/Mozart ~ Piano/Richard Goode with Hungarian
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  • Beethoven: Symphony no. 5 - 1st movement

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  • 5 Hours of Studying Music - Classical Study Music - Mozart String Quartet no 19 for Studying

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    5 Hours of Studying Music - Classical Study Music - Mozart String Quartet no 19 for Studying
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    Neuroscience professionals recently studied these personal experiences by using objective methods to track the effects of early exposure to music and speech processing. The results were published in The Journal of Neuroscience. The studies concluded that studying music at an early age provides a variety of benefits for the brain through an entire lifetime.

    Benefits from a Focus on Learning Music

    Enjoy a variety of benefits, and study music at the same time. Direct experience is the best way to understand how concentration music can improve mental endurance. Individuals often wonder at this point if there is a difference in the type of music used for the following purposes:

    • Music for studying
    • Brain power music
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    The first important consideration involves the musical form itself, and the second consideration involves the background of the individual. All children experience music as an auditory experience, and this is true for written music as well as music with little or no musical notation.

    Concentration Music For Studying

    For the purposes of understanding the different elements at play when studying music for concentration, the two primary forms of music available are categorized as either written or oral. However, there is a significant amount of overlap between these two categories. For the purpose of using music to focus on learning, notation is a secondary device used primarily for documenting musical memories.

    Music to Study, and the Studying Playlist

    Instrumental music presents unique intellectual challenges, and it demands a high degree of coordination between the eyes, the ears and the hands. It does not take long to study music before obtaining benefits. Vocal music attracts people because the human voice has universal appeal. Selecting the right music to study usually involves listening with concentration to various elements including dynamic range, texture, counterpoint, harmony and rhythm.

    Research on studying music for concentration provides the basis for a school curriculum that helps students to focus on learning math and science by learning music first. The results are impressive. For example, a long study of music can help students get accepted into medical schools.

    It has also been linked to improved performance in the following areas:

    • Increased focus on learning
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    Instrumental music often relies heavily on musical notation, which is the foundation for abstract thinking and pattern recognition. Many professionals started their careers by enrolling in a program to study music. These successful professionals subsequently perceived the value of studying music for intellectual endurance, and they applied these skills to business writing, problem-solving, computer work and doing homework.

    Future professionals can develop a variety of transferable skills through:

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    Different areas of the brain light up and become active during a positive listening experience. This is why the most important consideration when developing a musical playlist is to use a musical style that is received with positive attention. Here is a recommended musical studying playlist that combines different forms of concentration music for studying from around the world:

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  • Top 10 Mozart Songs

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  • BEETHOVEN: Great Composers with Tom Service

    3:33

    Get into Beethoven! Radio 3's Tom Service introduces the deaf composer with wild eyes and crazy hair who wanted people to hear music as if they were hearing it all for the first time. And he did it by innovating in every established type of music he touched: da da da dum ‒ the opening of the Fifth Symphony ‒ no-one had ever done that before. Tom tells us how Beethoven ‒ 'he really is crazy' ‒ grabs you by the ... soul.

  • MOZARTS APPOGGIATURA : LONG OR SHORT ?

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    One of the often heavily debated issues in the performance of Mozart (and others), is the way the appoggiature must be played. Indicated as a small note (ornament), we today play them often short, even as grace notes. Beginning of the Turkish Marsh is a perfect example for that.
    But are those appoggiature really meant to be played like that or not?

    A guide, especially for the Mozart Munich sonatas, should be (I believe) Leopold Mozart's Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of Violin Playing.

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    This work reached international fame, with several editions and translations. No doubt the later fame of son Amadeus added to the value of the book, but the depth of Leopold's work is to be compared to other books, like that of C.P.E.Bach on Keyboard, or Quantz on flute traverse. All written in the same period.

    As interesting these books are to read, they do not meet our current standard of indexation or flexibility in reading. The content is organised, but written out in a conversational way, jumping back and forth, and often you'll find yourself searching long time for a specific 'problem' that you want information about.

    I started this summary basically as a guide for myself. But as the work grew, the idea came to do my best a little bit harder, and share this with you.

    The work certainly does not claim completeness nor shall you hear me say it is correct in all aspects. I did whatever I could to present you with a decent summary, but will be constantly monitoring and updating it.

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