Beethoven’s 250th Birthday Will Be Something Special
Beethoven’s 250th birthday is fast approaching and the world is ready to celebrate, and no one more so than the residents of his hometown Bonn in Germany.
The Way Beethoven Wanted - Incredible Piece!
Ludwig van Beethoven's pieces have been a musical marvel of much discussion among lovers of classical performances. An important point of discussion is how fast or slow they should be played.
The Mysterious Secrets of Beethoven’s Symphony No.5
Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number Five is one of the most renowned and recognizable musical masterpieces in history. What is considered a classic musical piece today was a truly revolutionary and even scandalous symphony of its time. Do you know its secrets?
Beethoven Would Have Loved This Beautiful and Musical Ode
Combining OneRepublic's tune "Secrets" with melodies and moments from all four movements of Beethoven's 5th Symphony, 'The Piano Guys' create a mesmerizing musical clip that is both creative and inspiring. Excuse me, I think I'll go listen to some more Beethoven now...
Watch Carlos Kleiber's Stunning Interpretation of Beethoven
Take a look at this poignant and highly enthusiastic take on Beethoven's Symphony 7: Carlos Kleiber's Interpretation of Beethoven's Symphonies art, video, music, symphony, youtube, classical music, watch, Beethoven, carlos, kleiber Carlos Kleiber was a legendary conductor who brought an extra level
This Pianist’s Rendition of Beethoven Should Not Be Missed
Here she is in a magnificent performance of Beethoven Concerto No. 1. This Panis’s Rendition of Beethoven Should Not Be Missed!
Enjoy a Classic Beethoven Piece in 360 Degrees!
Welcome to a classical music video that is a bit different... in this video, you can move your viewpoint and look at all 360 degrees, as different artists from around the world play the classic piece Ode to Joy by Beethoven.
Over 200 Years Later, Beethoven Still Inspires Us...
Over 200 Years Later, Beethoven Still Inspires Us... amazing, video, music, Moonlight Sonata, Moonlight Moonlight was inspired by the great composer Ludwig Van Beethoven's masterpiece - "Moonlight Sonata".
Hilarious: Now I Understand What's Going On!
When Beethoven passed away, he was buried in a churchyard. A couple of days later, the town drunk was walking through the cemetery and heard some strange noise coming from the area where Beethoven was buried. Terrified, the drunk ran and got the priest to come and listen to it.
This 200-Year-Old Music Still Powerfully Grips My Soul
Valentina Lisitsa plays Beethoven's "Appassionata" with unbridled passion and skill that will sweep you off your feet and, for a short while, make you feel like you're in heaven.
Quiz: Which Classic Musical Genius is Hiding in Your Soul?
classical music, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, personality quiz, composers, test yourself, culture and art, famous artists The great composers of classical music were different in nature, but similar in their greatness and humanity. Which one of them is hiding in you?
Classic Comedy: What if Mr. Bean Was a Pianist?
Bean, Beethoven, british comedy A classic comedy sketch by Rowan Atkinson (AKA Mr. Bean) from 1979
Joke: The Graveyard Music
The Most Beautiful Guitar Rendition of 'Moonlight' Sonata
Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight’ Sonata is widely regarded as one of the most popular pieces of music ever written for the piano. The famous composition was published in 1801 and has been performed by countless artists. In this video, however, you will get to hear the guitar version of the sonata.
You've Never Seen a Couple Fight So Beautifully...
Coordinated by Beethoven's 5th, this performance, featuring Sid Caesar and Nannette Fabry as a couple who have a rather extraordinarily musical fight, is classic comedy gold. Witness a spectacular show of good old-fashioned comedy rarely seen these days!
The 50 Most Famous Pieces of Classical Music
. - Marsh Radecki - 34:43 Piotr Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker, Valzer dei fiori at 37:08 Johann Strauss - The Blue Danube - 44:12 Mozart - Marriage of Figaro - 55:36 Edward Grieg - Holberg Suite - 58:53 Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto No. 3 , Allegro - 1:01:38 Beethoven - The Sixth Symphony - 1:06:22
Classical Music: Enjoy 50 of the Greatest Masterpieces!
Allegro 15 . 1:06:22 Beethoven – Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral” 16 . 1:17:14 Vivaldi – The Four Seasons. “Spring”: I. Allegro 17 . 1:20:30 Mozart – Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: I. Allegro 18 . 1:26:29 Haydn – Cello Concerto No. 1: I.
These 3D Portraits of Artists from the Past Are Stunning
Many of us have grown up listening to the haunting compositions of Beethoven and Chopin . They were masters of music and their magical melodies continue to move our souls even today.
These Songs Are Guaranteed to Make You Smile!
From Bobby McFerrin to Stevie Wonder , From Beethoven to the Rolling Stones , from Louis Armstrong to Paul Simon . This is the list you want to listen to when you need to feel happy inside.
What a Fantastically Creative Musical Performance!
Here they create a special performance, all shot in one take, combining the classic 'Ode to Joy' by Ludwig van Beethoven with the Dave Matthews Band song 'Ants Marching'. The result is a performance and musical glee you won't soon forget!
Classical Music: Why Are These 10 Pieces So Well Known?
Für Elise - Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Click to watch Although probably composed in 1810, this world-famous tune was not published until 1867, 40 years after Beethoven had passed away. It's still unknown who the intended recipient of the beautiful composition, Elise, really was.
Musical Box: 21 Happy Songs That'll Make Your Day!
People Will Think You're Smart If You Tell These Jokes!
The opening strands of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony are actually a homage to his favorite fruit. Photons are particles representing an amount of light. In addition to being wordplay, this joke also works because one's genes can determine body shape.
The Fascinating Last Words of Famous Historical Figures
Benjamin Franklin [related_articles] Ludwig van Beethoven Augustus Caesar Dominique Bouhours, French grammarian Emily Dickinson, poet Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, in the ambulance on the way to hospital.