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Google plans cross-continent concert for Beethoven's 250th birthday &culture
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Hadi Karimi Nov 18
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BBC NOW Nov 16
Ready to one of the most famous pieces of classical music ever created? recorded each orchestral line of ’s 5th Symphony with so that anyone can and remix them! More info ➡️
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Today In History Nov 20
20 Nov 1805: Ludwig van Beethoven's only , Fidelio, premieres in Vienna, at the an der Wien.
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Autodesk Maya Nov 23
Check out this amazing render of Beethoven! 🎻🎼 Created by Hadi Karimi with the help of Maya.
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Europeana Nov 22
Ludwig van was a prolific composer but one of his works has become more memorable than others: The Symphony No. 9. This choral work was chosen in 1972 as the official anthem of the European Union. Learn more➡️
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Alessandro Fornero Nov 14
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BerlinCompanion Nov 17
1910 Hohenzollern-Eispalast () opened in as the largest indoor ice rink (2,300m²) worldwide: at 7PM conducted and public enjoyed an ice-revue "Feeri Am Nordpol" with 200 ice-skating dancers.
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Danielle Ofri Nov 7
Want to think about ? Here's another hidden by history. At 8, Nannette Streicher played for Mozart, who admitted she had “genius.” She ran her own piano company, employed her husband, and helped manage his career.
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Nina Cosford Nov 23
Happy 250th birthday ! Recent work for
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lucie skeaping Nov 23
Johann Nepomuk Maelzel invented an ear trumpet for deaf and the - and promoted an automaton player called 'The Turk'
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TJ Ramini Nov 20
If was an 👳🏽‍♂️❤️🎶 Let the beat DRRROP!
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Opera North Nov 20
's FIDELIO premiered in 1805. It was then revised twice, causing the composer to write "this opera will win me a martyr's crown"! Stream on 12 Dec » Here's Marzelline's aria with and David Cowan
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Pearls of Art Music Nov 21
(1770-1827): Piano Sonata No. 21, Op. 53 ("Waldstein"). From his middle period; a "heroic symphony for piano" (Wilhelm Lenz). The original slow movement became known as "Andante favori". Played by Ronald Brautigam on fortepiano.
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Beethoven Autentico Nov 23
"If Beethoven himself, in recognition of noticeable deficiencies in his Leonore Overture No. 2, only subsequently improved it in the form of Leonore No. 3, the artist, in this case, has only made use of a right granted him alone." — Heinrich Schenker, 1914
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Evelyn Grant Nov 15
Looking forward to introducing the sublime String Quartets with The Vanbrugh perform op.18 No.2 & op.74 on Friday next.
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Hamburg Ballett Nov 19
The rehearsals for John Neumeier’s new ballet „Beethoven Project II“ are in full swing. We hope that his latest creation to music by will open the doors of again on December 6! 📸
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Aedín Gormley Nov 8
Good morning! will provide us with a 'Alleluia' & we'll enjoy a triple play from the wonderful American soprano In our concert, Camerata Janáček play works by & & and play 1-4pm
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BBC Philharmonic Nov 19
🎹🎶 Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 1 in C performed by - available for you now on
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Global Ode to Joy Nov 18
As we prepare to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth in December 2020, violinist and president of Beethoven-Haus Bonn Daniel Hope () talks about why matters today.
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