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    Ludwig van Beethoven: The Symphonies

    Ludwig van Beethoven: The Symphonies



    Please click the links to listen to the beauty that is BEETHOVEN.

    The following files to listen to are in midi format. The music is created by electronic sounds and instruments, which are sequenced by musicians who become the author. The sounds, therefore, do not come from an orchestra, but the result is often pleasenty surprising.

    (These files were written and sequenced by Daniel L. Viens)

    First Symphony in C major - Opus 21 - 1799 - 1800

    1st movement: Adagio molto - Allegro con brio
    2nd movement: Andante cantabile con moto
    3rd movement: Menuetto - Allegro molto e vivace
    4th movement: Adagio - Allegro molto e vivace

    Second Symphony in D major - Opus 36 - 1801 - 1802

    1st movement: Adagio - Allegro con brio
    2nd movement: Larghetto
    3rd movement: Scherzo - Allegro
    4th movement: Allegro molto

    Third Symphony in E flat major - Known as "Eroica" - Opus 55 - 1802 - 1804

    1st movement: Allegro con brio
    2nd movement: Marcia funebre - Adagio assai
    3rd movement: Scherzo - Allegro vivace
    4th movement: Finale - Allegro molto

    Fourth Symphony in B flat major - Opus 60 - 1806

    1st
    movement: Adagio - Allegro vivac
    2nd movement: Adagio
    3rd movement: Allegro vivace
    4th movement: Allegro ma non troppo

    Fifth Symphony in C minor - Opus 67 - 1807 - 1808

    1st movement: Allegro con brio
    2nd movement: Andante con moto
    3rd movement: Allegro
    4th movement: Allegro

    Sixth Symphony in F major - Known as "Pastorale" - Opus 68 - 1806 - 1808


    1st movement: Allegro ma non troppo
    2nd movement: Andante molto mosso
    3rd movement: Allegro
    4th movement: Allegro
    5th movement: Allegretto

    Seventh Symphony in A major - Opus 92 - 1811 - 1812

    1st
    movement: Poco sostenuto - Vivace
    2nd movement: Allegretto
    3rd movement: Presto
    4th movement: Allegro con brio

    Eighth Symphony in F major - Opus 93 - 1812

    1st
    movement: Allegro vivace e con brio
    2nd movement: Allegretto scherzando
    3rd movement: Tempo di menuetto
    4th movement: Allegro vivace

    Ninth Symphony with choir in D minor - Opus 125 - 1822 - 1824

    1st
    movement: Allegro ma non troppo, un pocco maestoso
    2nd movement: Molto vivace
    3rd movement: Adagio molto e cantabile
    4th movement: Presto
    Source: http://www.lvbeethoven.com/Oeuvres/M...ymphonies.html

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    Thumbs Up Re: Ludwig van Beethoven: The Symphonies

    Although Beethoven is a genius and all of his symphonies are amazing, the one I like the most is the Ninth.

    Thanks for this thread.

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    Re: Ludwig van Beethoven: The Symphonies

    Heh, midi can be quite funny. I encourage anyone who is interested in Beethoven to try and get ahold of an actual performance. I'd start with the 5th symphony, then work my around to the others.

    The 6th, 7th, and 9th are also particularly good.

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