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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpF9H-7alkk
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坂本 龍一 Ryuichi Sakamoto Full Album 2020 - 坂本 龍一 Ryuichi Sakamoto Best Of

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZnb7Tq-mQY


0:00 Energy Flow

4:08 The Last Emperor

8:38 Rain

12:00 Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence

16:05 The Last Emperor OST (Original sound track)

22:04 The Sheltering Sky

28:05 Forbidden Colors

32:56 A Flower Is Not A Flower

39:38 Undercooled

43:14 Solitude

48:11 BABEL

53:26 Blu

58:42 Amore

1:03:52 Wuthering Heights

1:10:16 Opus

1:15:10 Rain

1:18:22 Moon

1:22:03 Anna
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-9-1 10:02:45 | 显示全部楼层
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Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K. 491 (Mitsuko Uchida)

Mozart, Piano Concert Nr 24 c Moll KV 491 Rudolf Buchbinder Piano & Conducter, Wiener Phi
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-10-8 13:53:28 | 显示全部楼层
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Richard Clayderman Greatest Hits - Best Songs Of Richard Clayderman - Richard Clayderman Playlist
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-10-8 13:55:12 | 显示全部楼层
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Lista
0:00 Hungaria Sonata
3:14 A Comme Amour
6:31 Mariage D Amour
9:13 Fur Elise
13:27 For My Sweetheart
16:23 Jardin Secret
18:36 Ballade for Adeline
21:16 Love Story
24:20 Green Fields
26:55 Black Bird Flies
29:15 Turkish Rondo
32:32 Romeo & Julieta (A time for us)
34:52 Concerto pour Une Jeune
38:35 Winter Sonata
42:09 Right Here Waiting for You
46:00 Invisible Love
49:26 Can You Feel the Love Tonight
52:38 Love is Blue
55:35 Boulevard Des Solitudes
59:20 The Sound of Silence
1:02:33 Gemini
1:05:45 Yesterday one more
1:09:03 I Have a Dream
1:12:10 Top of the World
1:15:17  When you tell me that you love me
1:19:53  Serenade
1:23:04  Moonlight Sonata
1:26:32 Lemon Tree
1:29:51 Woman in Love
1:32:17 Les Derniers Jeurs d' Anastasia Kemsky
1:35:35  Nothing's Gonna Change my Love for You
1:38:55 Fall in Love
1:42:00 i Always Love You
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-12-20 18:01:58 | 显示全部楼层
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Beethoven The Violin Sonata No. 9, Op. 47 in A major, the Kreutzer Sonata。



Beethoven Kreutzer Sonata No.9 - Patricia Kopatchinskaja & Fazıl Say



I. First movement 稍慢的柔板 (adagio sostenuto   00:01/ presto   04:05)

II. Second movement 行板([F major] andante con variazioni)
     I. First variation: lively triple meter with trills   13:05
     II. Second variation   15:21
     III. Third variation (F minor): darker and more meditative state   18:49
     IV. Fourth variation: it recalls the first and second ones   22:04
     V. Fifth variation (F major): slower and more dramatic feel, becoming romantic in the end   24:49

III. Third movement 急板 (presto)   27:41

......................

I. A major – A minor, sonata form, about 15 minutes in length
II. F major, variation form, with the third variation in F minor, about 18 minutes
III. A major, sonata form, about 10 minutes


The Black Violinist Who Inspired Beethoven

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/ ... Source=articleShare



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 楼主| 发表于 2020-12-26 18:52:58 | 显示全部楼层


Beethoven: Symphony No.7: Second Movement (Israel Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta)

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 楼主| 发表于 2020-12-26 18:53:55 | 显示全部楼层
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The King's Speech [2010] - Speaking Unto Nations (Beethoven Symphony No. 7 - II )


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00:31   Mvt. I: Poco sostenuto - vivace
15:08   Mvt. II: Allegretto
24:15   Mvt. III: Presto
33:24   Mvt. IV: Allegro con brio


The work was premiered with Beethoven himself conducting in Vienna on 8 December 1813 at a charity concert for soldiers wounded in the Battle of Hanau. In Beethoven's address to the participants, the motives are not openly named: "We are moved by nothing but pure patriotism and the joyful sacrifice of our powers for those who have sacrificed so much for us."



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 楼主| 发表于 2021-1-21 01:01:23 | 显示全部楼层
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Leoš Janáček’s Kreutzer Quartet


托尔斯泰小说《克罗采奏鸣曲》





Emerson String Quartet: The complete String quartet no. 1 "Kreutzer sonata" (Leoš Janáček)

String quartet no. 1 "Kreutzer sonata" (1923):


I. Adagio-Con moto 00:00​
II. Con moto 03:56​
III. Con moto-Vivo-Andante 08:01​
IV. Con moto-Adagio-Piu mosso 11:49​

Janáček, Leoš (1854-1928) -composer

Emerson String Quartet

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 楼主| 发表于 2021-1-27 16:38:21 | 显示全部楼层


Chopin: 14 Waltzes / Krystian Zimerman (1978.9.12 Tokyo, Tokyo Yūbin Chokin Kaikan)
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-1-27 17:00:22 | 显示全部楼层
Frédéric Chopin

Grande valse brillante in E-flat major, Op. 18
[0:10] Vivo

3 Waltzes, Op. 34
[5:55] 1. "Grande valse brillante" in A-flat major, Vivace
[11:17] 2. "Grande valse brillante" in A minor, Lento
[17:11] 3. "Grande valse brillante" in F major, Vivace

Grande valse in A-flat major, Op. 42
[19:40] (no tempo indication)

3 Waltzes, Op. 64
[23:51] 1. in D-flat major, Molto vivace
[25:58] 2. in C-sharp minor, Tempo giusto - Più lento - Più mosso - Tempo I - Più mosso
[30:05] 3. in A-flat major, Moderato

2 Waltzes, Op. posth. 69
[33:23] 1. in A-flat major, Lento
[37:02] 2. in B minor, Moderato

3 Waltzes, Op. posth. 70
[40:29] 1. in G-flat major, Molto vivace - Meno mosso - Tempo I
[42:54] 2. in F minor, Tempo giusto
[45:38] 3. in D-flat major, Moderato

Waltz in E minor, Op. posth.
[47:52] Vivace
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-2-1 20:44:39 | 显示全部楼层


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1yqBt-PkT4


Tracklist :

00:00​ - Maple Leaf Rag
03:03​ - Elite Syncopations
06:31​ - The Easy Winners
10:05​ - Felicity Rag
12:51​ - The Entertainer
16:20​ - The Strenuous Life
19:43​ - Combination March
23:09​ - Ragtime Dance
26:54​ - Cascades
30:13​ - Peacherine Rag
33:31​ - Something Doing
36:37​ - Country Club
40:13​ - Scott Joplin New Rag
43:53​ - Sunflower Slow Drag
47:10​ - Paragon Rag
50:57​ - Heliotrope Bouquet
54:25​ - Swipesy
57:56​ - Search Light
01:02:26​ - Rose Leaf Rag
01:06:04​ - Fig Leaf Rag
01:09:33​ - Original Rags
01:13:24​ - Pine Apple Rag
01:16:50​ - Gladiolous Rag
01:21:16​ - The Ragtime Dance
01:25:01​ - Sugar Cane
01:28:20​ - Palm Leaf Rag
01:31:31​ - A Breeze from Alabama
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-2-11 21:00:27 | 显示全部楼层
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The second movement of this Beethoven's string quartet depicts the tomb scene from Shakespeare's tragedy of star-crossed (命运不佳)的 lovers.

According to Karl Amenda, Beethoven's friend, the second movement was inspired by the tomb scene from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The quartet was heavily revised between the version that Amenda first received and the one that was sent to the publisher a year later, including changing the second movement's marking from Adagio molto to the more specific Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato. Of these modifications, Beethoven wrote: "Be sure not to hand on to anybody your quartet, in which I have made some drastic alterations. For only now have I learnt to write quartets; and this you will notice, I fancy, when you receive them."

The theme of the finale is almost directly borrowed from the finale of his earlier string trio, Op. 9, No. 3 in C minor; the themes are very closely related. The principal theme of the first movement echoes that of Mozart's Violin Sonata No. 32 K. 454 (1784) and Haydn's 1787 Opus 50, No. 1 quartet.

The "Amenda" manuscript, as it is sometimes known, was edited by Paul Mies and published by Bärenreiter around 1965, and by Henle-Verlag of Munich (perhaps also edited by Mies) in 1962.[3] This early version of one of Beethoven's best-known works has been recorded perhaps less than a half-dozen times as of July 2014.



Beethoven String Quartet No. 1 in F Major, Op. 18, No. 1 - Afiara String Quartet (Live)

String Quartet No. 1 (Beethoven)

00:00 Allegro con brio (F major)

07:29 Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato (d minor)

17:47 Scherzo: Allegro molto (F major)

21:08 Allegro (F major)





Ludwig van Beethoven: String quartet No.1 in F major, op. 18/1


Live recording, Auditorio SONY (Madrid), 13.12.2019


1. Allegro con brio 欢快快板
2. Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato (09:22​ min) 哀婉动人的柔板
3. Scherzo. Allegro molto- Trio (18:50​ min) 谐谑曲。极快的快板
4. Allegro ( 22:19​ min) 快板

Aris Quartett:

Anna Katharina Wildermuth (Violin)
Noémi Zipperling (Violin)
Caspar Vinzens (Viola)

Lukas Sieber (Violoncello)



Beethoven String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1 in F Major - Ariel Quartet (full)

Allegro con bio: 0:09
Adagio: 9:30
Scherzo: 18:56
Allegro: 22:24

Ariel Quartet
Live from The Cycle at CCM's Corbett Auditorium
January 23, 2014
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-2-28 11:14:38 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 Reader86 于 2021-2-28 09:04 PM 编辑

The Martin Scorsese Film Scene That Put Mahler's Quartet Front and Center

Jul 6, 2017 · by James Bennett II

https://www.wqxr.org/story/marti ... t-front-and-center/

In Martin Scorsese's 2010 thriller Shutter Island, U.S. Marshall Teddy Daniels and his partner have traveled to the thoroughly creepy Ashcliffe Hospital on Shutter Island to investigate the disappearance of a criminally insane patient. Their efforts are frustrated by a seemingly uncooperative staff and a terrible thunderstorm, which causes an island-wide blackout and further increases the uneasy feeling. And then Gustav Mahler makes an appearance. Or rather, his music.

In one scene, the two are greeted by the strains of Mahler’s Quartet for Strings and Piano in A minor. The brooding piece is clearly upsetting Daniels, and we soon learn why — as a former World War II GI, he heard the same piece during the liberation of a Death Camp, and associates it with the violent horrors he witnessed there. The scene leaps between the present and Daniels’ memories, using the quartet as a thread between the two periods.

Mahler is known for his complex symphonies, but as a student at the Vienna Conservatory, he wrote a small amount of chamber music. Unfortunately, almost all of it has been lost, save for aforementioned quartet. And even so, that’s just a single movement. Using such a Mahlerian deep cut on the film was a masterful move on many levels. The incomplete nature of the music complements the film’s themes of uncertain and fragmented memory. And during World War II, Mahler’s music was banned under the Nazi regime, imbuing Daniels’ memories with a heightened historical significance.

On the soundtrack, Mahler’s Quartet for Piano and Strings in A minor was performed by the Prazak Quartet. Listen to their full recording below.




Gustav Mahler - Piano Quartet In A Minor (Prazak Quartet)


And while it's Mahler's birthday, we have a gift for you: Become a sustaining member to WQXR and we'll send you the CD box set of Simon Rattle conducting all of Mahler's symphonies. This special pledge gift is only available on Friday, July 7, so make your donation to listener-supported classical music right now.

https://books.google.com/books?i ... %20nazi&f=false
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-2-28 13:55:42 | 显示全部楼层
Disc 1

    "Fog Tropes" (Ingram Marshall) – Orchestra of St. Lukes & John Adams
    "Symphony No. 3: Passacaglia – Allegro Moderato" (Krzysztof Penderecki) – National Polish Radio Symphony & Antoni Wit
    "Music for Marcel Duchamp" (John Cage) – Philipp Vandré
    "Hommage à John Cage" – Nam June Paik
    "Lontano" (György Ligeti) – Wiener Philharmoniker & Claudio Abbado
    "Rothko Chapel 2" (Morton Feldman) – UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus
    "Cry" – Johnnie Ray
    "On the Nature of Daylight" – Max Richter
    "Uaxuctum: The Legend of the Mayan City Which They Themselves Destroyed for Religious Reasons – 3rd Movement" (Giacinto Scelsi) – Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
    "Quartet for Strings and Piano in A Minor" (Gustav Mahler) – Prazak Quartet

Disc 2

    "Christian Zeal and Activity" (John Adams) – The San Francisco Symphony & Edo de Waart
    "Suite for Symphonic Strings: Nocturne" (Lou Harrison) – The New Professionals Orchestra & Rebecca Miller
    "Lizard Point" – Brian Eno
    "Four Hymns: II for Cello and Double Bass" (Alfred Schnittke) – Torleif Thedéen & Entcho Radoukanov
    "Root of an Unfocus" (John Cage) – Boris Berman
    "Prelude – The Bay" – Ingram Marshall
    "Wheel of Fortune" – Kay Starr
    "Tomorrow Night" – Lonnie Johnson
    "This Bitter Earth"/"On the Nature of Daylight" – Dinah Washington & Max Richter; arrangement by Robbie Robertson
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 楼主| 发表于 2021-2-28 14:06:46 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 Reader86 于 2021-2-28 09:14 PM 编辑



Mahler: Quartet in A minor for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Nicht zu schnell


https://www.wqxr.org/story/where ... hlers-music-screen/


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 楼主| 发表于 2021-3-8 21:59:22 | 显示全部楼层
研究发现:你喜欢的音乐类型可以反映你的性格和智商!

2018-07-11, 查查英语社, http://www.ichacha.net/learning//47.html

你知道智商高的人喜欢听什么音乐吗?什么样的人喜欢爵士乐?和你一样喜欢流行乐的人又是什么性格?研究人员发现,一个人的音乐品味可以透露出大量个人信息,包括性格、智商、政治倾向,甚至还包括经济状况。

Whether you prefer sophisticated or simple music could reveal a lot about your personality.

你对复杂音乐或者简单音乐的喜好可以透露关于你性格的大量信息。

If you like simple acoustic tunes, you are likely to be talkative and energetic, and if you're an opera lover then you're probably insightful and imaginative.

如果你喜欢简单的原声音乐,你可能健谈又精力旺盛,如果是你热爱歌剧,你很可能富有洞察力和想象力。

That's according to two major studies conducted by psychologists from Cambridge University that have revealed the relationship between music and personality.

剑桥大学心理学家开展的两项大型研究揭示出音乐和性格间的关系。

In online studies, more than 20,000 participants were presented with 25 unfamiliar musical extracts over different genres.

接受在线调查的2万多名参与者听了25个不熟悉的不同类型的音乐节选片段。

They also filled in surveys to assess their personality type - including openness, extroversion, agreeableness, neuroticism and conscientiousness.

他们还填写了评估性格类型的调查问卷,包括开放型、外向型、随和型、神经质型和尽责型。

The team, led by Dr Jason Rentfrow, at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge found two main trends.

剑桥大学菲茨威廉学院的杰森·伦特弗洛博士带领的研究团队发现了两个主要趋势。

According to the study 'open' personalities liked 'sophisticated' music over tunes that were mellow.

研究发现,开放型的人喜欢复杂的音乐,而非柔和的音乐。

This may be because people who score highly for openness like to learn new things.

这也许是因为开放型的人更喜欢学习新事物。

Extroverts preferred 'unpretentious' music categorised that were relaxing and acoustic.

外向的人更喜欢让人放松的朴实的原声音乐。

The study also found agreeable people tended to give all the music clips higher scores, while neurotics marked more harshly, according to the Telegraph.

据《每日电讯报》报道,研究还发现,随和的人一般会给所有音乐片段打高分,而神经质的人一般打分更苛刻。

David Greenberg, a psychologist at the University of Cambridge, said those who have a well-developed ability to understand thoughts and feelings in themselves and others, so-called 'empathisers', prefer mellow music that evokes deep emotion.

剑桥大学心理学家戴维·格林伯格说,那些善于理解自己和他人想法和感情的“有同理心的人”更喜欢可以唤起内心深处情感的柔和音乐。

People who can identify patterns and systems, known as 'systemisers', prefer intense music that forms complex sounds.

能够识别音乐模式和体系的“系统化的人”更喜欢激烈而复杂的复合声乐。

The theory, he explained, is that empathisers are interested in music's emotional qualities and how it makes them feel, whereas systemisers are more intrigued by its structural qualities.

格林伯格解释这一理论时说,“有同理心的人”对音乐的感染力和唤起的情感更感兴趣,而“系统化的人”认为音乐的结构特征更有吸引力。

The researchers found that people who prefer reflective and complex music like blues, classical and jazz score highly on openness to experience, and see themselves as politically liberal, intelligent and not very athletic.

研究人员发现,喜欢蓝调音乐、古典音乐和爵士乐等令人深思的复杂音乐的人在“经验开放性”方面得分很高,而且自认为政治立场自由、智商高但不善于运动。

Those who preferred heavy metal and alternative music were similar to jazz-lovers, but more likely to think of themselves as athletic.

那些喜欢重金属音乐和另类音乐的人与喜欢爵士乐的人相似,但更多地自认为善于运动。

They found that fans of upbeat music like country, pop and soundtracks, on the other hand, tended to have low scores for openness to experience and intelligence.

与此同时,研究人员还发现,喜欢乡村音乐、流行音乐和配乐等欢快音乐的人一般经验开放性和智商的得分都较低。

They were more likely to be agreeable, extroverted and conscientious and see themselves as attractive, wealthy, athletic and politically conservative.

这些人更可能是随和、外向、富有责任心的人,而且自认为有魅力、富有、善于运动、政治立场保守。

Finally, people who prefer energetic and rhythmic music were also extroverted, agreeable, attractive and athletic, but they did not share the political inclination, wealth or lower intelligence scores as lovers of upbeat music.

该研究还发现,喜欢有活力的、节奏感强的音乐的人比较外向、随和、有魅力、善于运动,但他们的政治倾向、经济状况与喜欢欢快音乐的人不同,智商也不会偏低。
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Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood)


钢琴套曲《童年情景》包括的十三首有标题的小曲子。

(1)异国和异国的人们
(2)奇怪的传说
(3)捉迷藏
(4)孩子的请求
(5)心满意足
(6)重要事件
(7)梦幻曲
(8)在壁炉旁
(9)木马游戏
(10)过分认真
(11)惊吓
(12)入眠
(13)诗人的话

其中第七最著名,第一也是常常演奏的。

这是舒曼写给自己的妻子Clara。

舒曼,克拉拉和勃拉姆斯之间有着诗歌一样的爱情故事。

有一次克拉拉在德累斯顿演出,舒曼偷偷跑去与她见了一面, 克拉拉的爹爹维克知道后警告他们,要是再敢见面,就要用手枪干掉舒曼。这件事在当时的音乐界几乎成了一桩丑闻,在经历过启蒙运动的欧洲,粗暴干涉年轻人的爱情会被认为是极不道德。维克带克拉拉到巴黎演出时,肖邦对此事表示了不满,维克的好友李斯特竟宣布与之绝交进行抗议,在莱比锡的门德尔松也向舒曼表示同情。

哎,瞧瞧这复杂的吧。

挺有意思的音乐家趣闻,谢谢你的分享。

音乐家,艺术家,他们的生活都很伟大,艺术净化人的灵魂。

10/24/2019
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Beethoven String Quartet No. 9 in C major, Op. 59, No. 3 - Jasper String Quartet (Live)

1. - Andante con moto - Allegro vivace: 0:00
2. - Andante con moto, quasi allegretto: 11:03
3. - Menuetto: Grazioso: 21:03
4. - Allegro molto: 26:15

let your deafness no longer be a secret

even in your art so Beethoven wrote on a

sketch leaf for the last movement of his

third opus 59 string quartet I'm Edie

Dusenberry first violinist of the takács

quartet and this last quartet

commissioned by Count razumovsky is one

of my favorite pieces to play Beethoven

had recently emerged from a personal

crisis despairing at his deafness

humiliated that he could no longer hear

a Shepherds flute all the birdsong

enjoyed by his friends this piece begins

in an extraordinary way we have no idea

where we are or where we are heading the

defiantly joyful first movement that

follows emphatically erases doubts or

does it we love the unusually quiet

melancholy of the slow movement with its

simple tune that just won't go away

a musical characterization of the type

of quiet sadness that we all experience

from time to time not debilitating but

reappearing at surprising moments and

underlying everything we do after a

sweet elegant minuet and a more

rambunctious trio the last section of

the third movement revisit some of the

mysterious doubt presence of the opening

of the whole piece only in the finale

that follows without a break and is the

cumulative climax of the whole piece

does Beethoven completely throw off the

opening music this is possibly the most

exciting rabble-rousing end to a string

quartet ever written but in amongst the

fireworks and virtuosity Beethoven

sketch leaf comments about his deafness

reminds us that this joy is hard-won

borne out of suffering and the courage

to go forward in the midst of adversity

I first played this piece in my audition

for the Turkish quartet 28 years ago and

there is still no more elating piece of

music to perform

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn8xvbplbX8

Takács Quartet - An introduction to Beethoven's Razumovsky Quartet Op. 59, No. 3

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"let your deafness no longer be a secret even in your art," so Beethoven wrote on a sketch leaf for the last movement of his third opus 59 string quartet.

I'm Edie Dusenberry first violinist of "the takács quartet " and this last quartet commissioned by Count razumovsky is one of my favorite pieces to play.

Beethoven had recently emerged from a personal crisis despairing at his deafness humiliated that he could no longer hear a Shepherds flute all the birdsong enjoyed by his friends. this piece begins in an extraordinary way, we have no idea where we are or where we are heading. the defiantly joyful first movement that follows emphatically erases doubts or does it.

we love the unusually quiet melancholy of the slow movement with its simple tune that just won't go away, a musical characterization of the type of quiet sadness that we all experience from time to time not debilitating but reappearing at surprising moments and underlying everything we do.

after a sweet elegant minuet and a more rambunctious(uncontrollably exuberant; boisterous,"a rambunctious tyke" )trio, the last section of the third movement revisit some of the mysterious doubt, presence of the opening of the whole piece,only in the finale that follows without a break and is the cumulative climax of the whole piece.

does Beethoven completely throw off the opening music? this is possibly the most exciting rabble-rousing end to a string quartet ever written, but in amongst the fireworks and virtuosity, Beethoven sketch leaf comments about his deafness reminds us that this joy is hard-won borne out of suffering and the courage to go forward in the midst of adversity

I first played this piece in my audition for the Turkish quartet 28 years ago and there is still no more elating piece of music to perform.
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Beethoven String Quartet No. 4 in C minor, Op. 18, No. 4 - Ying Quartet (Live)

Brandon J
Brandon J
6 years ago
Mvt. 1 - 0:09 (5:20, 2nd theme)
Mvt. 2 (Scherzo) - 8:35
Mvt. 3 - 15:27
Mvt. 4 - 19:08


Movement 1 is in C minor, common time, "allegro ma non tanto" (half note equals 84 beats per minute)

Movement 2 is in C major, 3/8 time, "andante scherzoso quasi allegretto" (dotted quarter note note equals 56 beats per minute)

Movement 3 is a minuet & trio:

-The menuetto is in C minor, 3/4 time, "allegretto" (dotted half note equals 84 beats per minute)
-The trio is Ab major, same time signature, same tempo
-The menuetto is then played again

Movement 4 is in C minor, allegro (half note equals 132 beats per minute)

Third movement in detail:
Menuetto 15:27-17:06

15:27-15:35 A section
15:35-15:43 Repeat A section
15:44 16:24 B Section
16:24-17:06 Repeat B section

Trio 17:06-18:22

17:06-17:28 C section
17:28-17:50 Repeat C section
17:50-18:22 D section

Repeat menuetto 18:22-19:05

18:22-18:29 A section
18:29-19:05 B section


《c小调第八钢琴奏鸣曲“悲怆”》(Op.13),《c小调第五交响曲“命运”》(Op.67),《c小调第四弦乐四重奏》(Op.18-No4),最新发现自然为后者。一脉相承,介于奏鸣曲和交响曲之间的四重奏,也是大同小异的格调,她是弦乐四重奏中的悲怆命运。虽然名气或成熟度比姐妹篇逊色,仍不失为一部早期杰作。

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The Beethoven String Quartet Project: Op. 18, no. 4

As the necessary home confinement continues today and for the foreseeable future, I have turned to a project I intended to engage in at some point this year: listening to and reflecting upon the magnificent string quartets of Ludwig van Beethoven, who was born 250 years ago. For each of the next 17 days, I hope to post a short paragraph or two on these stimulating pieces.
STRING QUARTET No. 4 in C MINOR, op. 18, no. 4

I listened to the recording of the Eybler String Quartet, recorded in 2019 on the Sixteen Productions label. It is available on YouTube.

Allegro ma non tanto     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ssyUORTDn0

Scherzo: Andante scherzoso quasi Allegretto      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfzWzE-7Jek

Menuetto: Allegro & Trio    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4rStiLc02s

Allegro-Prestissimo    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XAlPW98UzU

(There’s also a wonderful “live” video of the Eyblers playing the last movement at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eecJ4pY8ad8 )

There is a good deal of controversy surrounding this quartet, at least among past musicologists, who felt that it was a reworking of an earlier work of Beethoven’s and were suspicious of the fact that there were no surviving sketches for the piece. Joseph Kerman is quoted in The Beethoven Quartets as finding this quartet to be “the exceptional work in the Op. 18 series; exceptional, by its weakness, in the entire corpus of Beethoven quartets.” Harsh words! I appreciate and agree with the counter-argument from the BBC producer and composer Robert Simpson (1921-1997) who wrote that the C minor quartet does not aim “at profundity...and…much harm has been done by the expectations aroused by Beethoven’s famous ‘c minor mood’, as if there were such a thing in a generalized sense. C minor often incites Beethoven to blunt energy, but never to the same mood twice…..most criticisms of Op. 18, no. 4 miss its sardonic humour by expecting a C minor Titan.”

I have been cognizant - through these first few quartets of Op. 18 - that the whole collection of six have been recorded recently by the Eybler String Quartet, who are based in Toronto, play on period instruments and are all friends of mine. I’m so glad to have waited til the C minor to listen to their performance, for this is the perfect piece to listen to on period instruments. I want to focus mostly on the works and not critique the performances I listen to, but I have to say that the Eyblers play with such wonderful abandon and skill and they bring all of their sensitivity of period style to bear without losing any fire, intensity or virtuosity. Quite the opposite, actually. They make Robert Simpson’s argument and
show Beethoven as the nuanced, multi-faceted, endlessly inventive composer he was, not a statue-like figure of eternal stern nobility.     

The first movement of Op. 18, no. 4 dives right into the Sturm und Drang of early German Romanticism and fills our ears and souls with drama and urgency, while its second theme (in Eb major) is full of longing and poignancy, setting up a powerful contrast in moods that continues through the movement. I’ve always smiled at the dialogue of chords (double and triple stops) that the players engage in, and cannot suppress momentary laughter when, in the recap, those chords rise by a semi-tone at a time, reminiscent of the old organ motives at hockey games.

The C major second movement is poised and delicate with its ongoing canonic entries, use of repetition for effect and choral-like use of voice groupings (2, 3 and 4 part writing). The sonorities are gorgeous when all the instruments play sustained notes together. The gentle dissonances are signs of things to come in the later quartets. The ingenious return of the main theme gives one goosebumps and the whole movement ends in a lovely, gentle way.

The Minuet and Trio is rather traditional in structure, but the subtle, varied writing is really skillful. The use of syncopation keeps us slightly off-balance throughout and the key of the Trio (Ab major) is somewhat of a surprise, though it works perfectly!

I’ve always loved the final movement and enjoy playing it a lot. We’re back to the storm with the main theme, but there are contrasting interludes that are full of interest and melodic/rhythmic/harmonic ingenuity. I guess it’s a Rondo, but with each return of the main theme, there are wonderful variations in voicing, harmonies and, in the end, tempo. The last time the theme returns, it’s at breakneck speed (Prestissimo), galloping to a powerful end.

Throughout the four movements, I am struck by Beethoven’s increasing experimentation with a wide range of dynamics and articulation markings (especially subito forte, often on the off-beats) and fermatas, which bring the forward-motion to a sudden, momentary halt giving us just enough time to comprehend what’s going on before moving on. These are all dramatic techniques that he is rightly famous for and which magnify the musical meaning.

It was wonderful to hear this piece on original instruments and, in these uncertain times, to be close to these special musicians, for all of whom I have great affection.

Maybe this isn’t what we expect from Beethoven in C minor. I mean, it’s not the fifth symphony, but - judged on its own merit - this quartet is another gem.

    Larry Beckwith (Monday, March 23, 2020)  

https://www.confluenceconcerts.c ... -project-op-18-no-4
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Lyrics

The ponies run, the girls are young
The odds are there to beat
You win a while and then it's done
Your little winning streak
And summoned now to deal
With your invincible defeat
You live your life as if it's real
A thousand kisses deep

I'm turning tricks, I'm getting fixed
I'm back on boogie street
You lose your grip and then you slip
Into the masterpiece
And maybe I had miles to drive
And promises to keep
You ditch it all to stay alive
A thousand kisses deep

And sometimes when the night is slow
The wretched and the meek
We gather up our hearts and go
A thousand kisses deep

Confined to sex we pressed against
The limits of the sea
I saw there were no oceans left
For scavengers like me
I made it to the forward deck
I blessed our remnant fleet
And then consented to be wrecked
A thousand kisses deep

I'm turning tricks I'm getting fixed
I'm back on boogie street
I guess they won't exchange the gifts
That you were meant to keep
And quiet is the thought of you
The file on you complete
Except what we forgot to do
A thousand kisses deep

And sometimes when the night is slow
The wretched and the meek
We gather up our hearts and go
A thousand kisses deep

The ponies run, the girls are young
The odds are there to beat
You win a while and then it's done
Your little winning streak
And summoned now to deal
With your invincible defeat
You live your life as if it's real
A thousand kisses deep

Source: LyricFind
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大鱼

作词:尹约   作曲:钱雷

海浪无声将夜幕深深淹没
漫过天空尽头的角落
大鱼在梦境的缝隙里游过
凝望你沉睡的轮廓

看海天一色 听风起雨落
执子手吹散苍茫茫烟波
大鱼的翅膀 已经太辽阔
我松开时间的绳索

怕你飞远去 怕你离我而去
更怕你永远停留在这里
每一滴泪水 都向你流淌去
倒流进天空的海底

海浪无声将夜幕深深淹没
漫过天空尽头的角落
大鱼在梦境的缝隙里游过
凝望你沉睡的轮廓

看海天一色 听风起雨落
执子手吹散苍茫茫烟波
大鱼的翅膀 已经太辽阔
我松开时间的绳索

看你飞远去 看你离我而去
原来你生来就属于天际
每一滴泪水 都向你流淌去
倒流回最初的相遇
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4:57
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La Vie En Rose
Brenda Lee
Hold me close and hold me fast
The magic spell you cast this is la vie en rose
When you kiss me heaven sighs,
And thou' I close my eyes I see la vie en rose
And when you press me to your heart
I'm in a world apart, a world where roses bloom
And when you speak angels sing from above
Ev'ry day words seem to turn into love songs
Give your heart and soul to me
And life will always be la vie en rose
When you kiss me heaven sighs,
And thou' I close my eyes I see la vie en rose
When you press me to your heart
I'm in a world apart, a world where roses bloom
And when you speak angels sing from above
Ev'ry day words seem to turn into love songs
Give your heart and soul to me
And life will always be la vie en rose
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La Vie En Rose
Brenda Lee

Hold me close and hold me fast
The magic spell you cast this is la vie en rose

When you kiss me heaven sighs,
And thou' I close my eyes I see la vie en rose
And when you press me to your heart
I'm in a world apart, a world where roses bloom
And when you speak angels sing from above
Ev'ry day words seem to turn into love songs
Give your heart and soul to me
And life will always be la vie en rose

When you kiss me heaven sighs,
And thou' I close my eyes I see la vie en rose
When you press me to your heart
I'm in a world apart, a world where roses bloom
And when you speak angels sing from above
Ev'ry day words seem to turn into love songs
Give your heart and soul to me
And life will always be la vie en rose
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Which instruments play the theme at the beginning of Symphony No 5 Beethoven?

The themes are carried out by the bassoons and cellos, and is embellished by pizzicato strings. There is powerful horn segment and more pizzicato strings. There is a cadence, and then the short-short-short-LONG returns for the end of the scherzo.F
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What is pizzicato on a stringed instrument?

Pizzicato (/ˌpɪtsɪˈkɑːtoʊ/, Italian: [pittsiˈkaːto]; translated as "pinched", and sometimes roughly as "plucked") is a playing technique that involves plucking the strings of a string instrument. ... On bowed string instruments it is a method of playing by plucking the strings with the fingers, rather than using the bow.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Isic2Z2e2xs


Gustav Holst - The Planets, Full Suite

00:00 1,Mars,Bringer of wars 火星
07:27 2,Venus,Bringer of peace 金星
14:52 3,Mercury,The Winged messenger 水星
18:39 4,Jupiter,Bringer of Jollity 木星
26:11 5,Saturn,Bringer of Old Age 土星
35:26 6,Uranus,The Magician 天王星
41:12 7,Neptune,The Mystic 海王星

太多电影,电视节目的题头音乐用这里的片段。
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 楼主| 发表于 2022-1-30 22:42:41 | 显示全部楼层
一点浅见。一直觉得Jupiter被演得太多、改编太多,以至多少令人忽视了作曲家的本意,即“与某些庆典活动有关的那种礼仪性的欢乐”(见百度)。作曲家的原话也的确如是:"The jollity of this movement is of a robust nature and all the main themes are imbued with the joy of living, of simple festivity and the exhilaration of the open air." 个人认为这种“户外节庆仪式里充溢的喜乐”非凭空而来:①作曲家当时的创作环境,即身在以英国传统民间舞蹈莫里斯舞闻名的小镇Thaxted(Thaxted也是Jupiter中间那段著名行板改编成第二国歌前的名字)。每年五月底左右(适逢"五朔节


链接:https://www.zhihu.com/question/60673873/answer/2234556715


https://www.zhihu.com/question/60673873
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原来过去听俄国作曲家肖斯塔科维奇的“第七交响乐”中很多熟悉的片段都在这里出现。

他们2个


in Jupiter at the middle around minute 21 22 there is Conan theme.


The tritone in Mars was also used by Geezer Butler for the song "Black Sabbath", so this piece had a hand in inventing heavy metal as well.


Mercury is basically Harry Potter music.


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These songs were literally ripped from by movies in a good way. Mars has a lot of star wars scenes based off of it. Gladiator's first battle literally copies Mars 100% in the build up. The beginning of Saturn is literally the theme from Alien. 8:07 is the Mandalorian theme. Neptune has the opening crawl mechanic of all star wars movies, and is also the same as the music Alien and Aliens as well, to the extent I believe that might actually be the song they officially used . This composer is probably the most underrated of all time, his work has literally fed a bunch of composers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Isic2Z2e2xs

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21:35 very famous 的旋律。后来作曲家把这段独立出来成了一只歌子。
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Lyrics

Adieu! 'tis love's last greeting
The parting hour is come!
And fast thy soul is fleeting
to seek it's starry home!
Yet dare I mourn when heaven
has bid thy soul be free
a fresher life has given
for all eternity!
Yet dare I mourn when heaven
has bid thy soul be free
a fresher life has given
for all eternity!

Adieu! go thou before me
to join the Seraph throng!
A secret sense comes o'er me
I tarry here not long!
Adieu! there comes a morrow
To ev'ry day of pain!
On earth we part in sorrow
to meet in bliss again!
Adieu! there comes a morrow
To ev'ry day of pain!
On earth we part in sorrow
to meet in bliss again!

Voici l'instant supreme
L'instant de nos a dieux!
O toi! seul bien que j'aime
sans mois retourne aux cieux!
La morte est une amie
Qui rend la liberte
Au Ciel recois la vie
Et pour l'eternitie!
La morte est une amie
Qui rend la liberte
Au Ciel recois la vie
Et pour l'eternitie!

Adieu! tu vas matendre
Bientot je dois partir
Mon coeur fidele tendre
Te garde un souvenir.
Adieu! jussqu'a l'aurore
Du jour en qui j'ai foi.
Du jour qui doit encore
Me reunir a toi.
Adieu! jussqu'a l'aurore
Du jour en qui j'ai foi.
Du jour qui doit encore
Me reunir a toi.
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本帖最后由 Reader86 于 2022-4-25 03:01 PM 编辑

Alice Sara Ott!Romantic, but her songness part weak, can't compare with Krystian.

look at 19:20-35, seemed lost, & conductor worried at 19:33.

Never seen any soloist mingled with the orchestra emotionally like her, even the part she didn't play.

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