Just to be "KEKINIAN" that's why i try to cover this #beautyandthebeast song 😂 this is so much poor in qualities (voice,place,video,etc) 🙈but please don't mind it bcause I'm not a professional singer and making video or i mean im not working on it sooo please be understanding 😉😉
just enjoy or scroll down if you dislike it 😩
By the way, I haven't watch the movie even though I'm so excited 😒 i hope it really soon #curcol LOL .
#Repost from @pajry27 fingerstyle, mantap 👍
L.V.Beethoven - Ode To Joy
(One of many favorite songs.) Ludwig van Beethoven composed “Ode to Joy” as the final movement of his last symphony, Symphony No. 9, in 1824. “ODE TO JOY” HISTORY
Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” was composed in 1824, in the final movement of his last, and arguably most famous symphony, Symphony No. 9 (one of my recommended symphonies you should own). The premiere took place in Vienna on May 7, 1824, and despite its unpracticed and underrehearsed presentation, the audience was ecstatic. It was the first time Beethoven had appeared on stage in 12 years.
At the end of the performance (though some sources say it could have been after the 2nd movement), it was said that Beethoven continued conducting even though the music had ended. One of the soloists stopped him and turned him around to accept his applause. (The audience was well aware of Beethoven’s health and hearing loss, so in addition to clapping, they threw their hats and scarves in the air so that he could see their overwhelming approval.) This symphony is considered by many leading musicologists to be one of the greatest works in western music. What makes it so special is Beethoven’s use of the human voice; he was the first major composer to include it within a symphony. (This is why you’ll often see Symphony No. 9 referred to as the Choral Symphony.) Beethoven’s 9th symphony, with an orchestra bigger than any other at the time and a play time of well over an hour (longer than any other symphonic work), was a major turning point for classical music; it was a catapult into the Romantic Period, where composers began breaking the rules of classical period composition.
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