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Kansas City Symphony 3h
Thanks to for bringing this to my attention... Did you know that 's 9th Symphony (actually the length of the Symphony) was the benchmark for how much content a CD could store? magazine wrote about it several years ago:
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Music Toronto 47m
Two hours until our concert with the ! They highlight the special relationship and shared, and look back to and forward to . Tickets available at the door.
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[] Lead by , the interprets ’s Symphony No. 3. A masterpiece that perfectly suits the orchestra's vast interpretive powers and corresponds well with the mood for the celebration of the founding of the orchestra.
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Kansas City Symphony 7h
Bah bah bah baaaaaaaaam .... bah bah bah baaaaaaaaam. We can't wait for 2020 when we're performing five symphonies! Which one are you most excited about? 1, 4, 5, 6, or 9?
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Baltimore Chamber Orchestra 7h
's Violin Concerto has been called one of the most important works in the violin repertoire. Hear Peter Sirotin perform this powerful piece live on Sunday, May 5 at . Tickets:
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Peter Manning Robinson Apr 17
So…which composer was so fussy about his that he counted out exactly 60 coffee beans for each cup? ! He would meticulously prepare it in a special glass machine. How many of you can relate?
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Carducci Festival 13h
Our friends at have had a couple of cancellations for their sold out discovery weekend with and Robin Michael in the beautiful surroundings of Clytha Park. Details:
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Sarah ❀Ⓛⓞⓥⓔ❀ Ⓥ ☮ Apr 11
🎶 If you haven’t seen this one yet, please put the sound on and view this. ’s Fifth will never be the same anymore.
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Camerata Cantilly™ 3h
Time for the 3rd Mov () from the Beethoven's Octet in E-flat major, Op. 103. One of the earliest examples of his menuetto-to-scherzo transition. Don't miss this one!
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Shakti Apr 16
If lies and comedy is a symphony, Rahul Gandhi is its Poor ill-fated translator and Senior Congress leader PJ Kurien found it out the hard way.
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NJColin 7h
Sight reading before spring break: Miller elementary string students sight read Ode to Joy from Beethoven’s Ninth.
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@Helenrichenda Apr 13
Total joy of Beethoven’s Op.1 for Building a Library ⁦⁩ later this month, floods of tears every time I listen to No.3, or No.1 - or indeed slow movt of No.2, how am I going to get through this?
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Angela Estrada 8h
Ready for some and friends to get you home? Catch the next stop of nevisensemble and the 5pm peoplemakegla
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Wallacewoo 8h
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Janet Horvath Apr 10
This happens to me after hearing I guess whenever I am moved by a great performance of
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Ventura Pacific Ltd 3h
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Archival Quality Art Print Suitable for Framing Unknow... via
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UBC School of Music Apr 17
Did you know you can watch , Bands & Choirs concerts for free on our Vimeo page? Catch up on the 2018-19 season featuring brilliant performances of , , , , & more by some of Canada’s best young musicians!
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Music History 15h
in 1800 FP of ’s Horn Sonata. Wenzel Punto and the composer at the piano in Vienna.
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[] , a true devotee of ’s work, conducts the in an exceptional rendition of Beethoven's symphonic masterpiece: the Fifth! The sound of Fate is knocking at the door, let it in! 🚪👉 W/
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John Robin 20h
“Music is the wine which inspires us to new acts of generation, and I am the Bacchus who presses out this glorious wine to make [hu]mankind spiritually drunk.” —Ludwig von Beethoven [modern correction mine]
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