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Symphony No. 9 ~ Beethoven

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Published on Dec 22, 2010

London Symphony Orchestra, cond. Josef Krips
Soloists: Jennifer Vyvyan (EDIT), Soprano
Shirley Verret, Mezzo-Soprano
Rudolph Petrak, Tenor
Donaldson Bell, Bass

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Todor Stojanov
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Ludwig van Beethoven A man who wrote countless pieces of music, each and every one a masterpiece in a class of its own A man who lost the will to live after the discovery he wouldn't be able to hear music, the only undisputed passion in his life, but gave up on suicide because "he couldn't bare to leave this world before he had left it with his work" A man whose composing remained as masterful during his deafness, some say it improved A man who restlessly broke the rules of music, even implementing choir in a symphony A man who has been dead for centuries, but is actually immortal and brought back to life every time his music is performed A man whose music is recognized by those that don't listen to him at all A man whose music is now considered boring by the majority and still manages to get 75 Million listeners A legend in all of its glory!
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mila lambin
Le mec qui se fait un bon film à voir les choses à dire sur la photo du monde la même source de sécurité et de son père qui a été la pour moi et ma sœur qui est un grand homme et un peu plus tard que je ne suis pas d'accord avec toi et moi je ne suis pas d'accord avec toi sur le terrain site marché plus depuis le début de la semaine dernière à cette époque et les deux gens de la musique le temps de travail de à la maison et des gens de la république démocratique et les autres sont pas de la musique.
brian brunner
He was stone-cold deaf.
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Origin Inferno
wow... the man was deaf... DEAF and he wrote this piece of music entirely in his head, he had no idea what it sounded like or what others would think, even in the performance he continued at the end because he didnt hear the orchestra stop, he didnt hear the cheers, he didnt care, he just wanted to express the inner workings of his mind through music... truly inspirational
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Decrosintion
Origin Inferno dude you posted a comment on how much you appreciate this and people exploded.
moxbroker
Origin Inferno he wasn't born deaf. He was well aware of what each note sounded like.
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Ludwig Van Beethoven
I can not hear the audio portion of this video...
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TheDiemond 7
protegimi o dio
TheDiemond 7
Ludwig Van Beethoven web protegíantegimi protegimio o o DG dio o dio
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Jagrofes
Is there any place where I can purchase this exact version for digital download?
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darkyen 00
To all those YT to Mp3 people, if someone wants HQ youtube is the worst place for it.
Evi Pourman
Jagrofes batals
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Brendan Wright
54:49 (It's the part you've been looking for)
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Atabey Mahmudov
Agree,i love this piece
GuroItuyoshi
I was looking for 51:20 (the best part of all the symphony)
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El_liberté
Movement One: 0:00 - 16:00 ' Movement Two: 16:06 - 25:47 Movement Three: 25:57 - 40:54 Movement Four: 41:03 - 1:05:38
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Егор Денисов
Спасибо, огромное!
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Habituated Abnormality
Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine with extra dip
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destroyernoah
Habituated Abnormality Onion soup.
Rev Pancha
Haha Rev. 9
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Shameless TURK
Clockwork Orange anyone?
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Ricardo Antonio Prado
When i heard the second movement, i automaticcaly remembered of Clockwork Orange!!!!
Dominik Kondrat
Iconic
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LindaBkrWms
Beethoven gives you what you are looking for before you realize you are hoping and searching. Your heart does not seem to beat quite right until that percussion resounds at the right moment and your heart thumps and responds with a resounding "yes - perfect; no other beat belonged there but the one he chose". Beethoven, perhaps understood the human heart more as being an ear to hear the soul in its journey of seeking and crying out for completion. He was less deaf than those with hearing.
mohammed nihal shabeer
I couldn't describe it any better.
Chris B
i heard that yes, no doubt.
IamUranus
33 million views? Wow, I think there's still hope for human kind. 
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