Ninth Symphony

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Choral Fantasy (Beethoven) - The Choral Fantasy and The Ninth Symphony
... namely the one to which Beethoven set the words of Friedrich Schiller's Ode to Joy in his Ninth Symphony ... Choral Fantasy Ninth Symphony Michael Broyles has suggested another musical similarity the two works share essentially the same harmonic sequence at ... at this point are (for the Choral Fantasy) "Lieb und Kraft" ("love and strength") and (for the Ninth Symphony) "Über'm Sternenzelt! Über Sternen muss er wohnen." ("Above the tent of the stars, above the ...
Leonard Bernstein - Biography - 1970–1979
... which instead Bernstein filmed with the London Symphony Orchestra in Ely Cathedral in 1973 ... In the late 1970s Bernstein conducted a complete Beethoven symphony cycle with the Vienna Philharmonic, and cycles of Brahms and Schumann were to follow in the 1980s ... in the 1970s include the Israel Philharmonic, the Orchestre National de France, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra ...
Ballets By Leonard Bernstein - Biography - 1970–1979
... the exception of the 1967 Mahler 2nd, which instead Bernstein filmed with the London Symphony Orchestra in Ely Cathedral in 1973 ... Bernstein conducted a complete Beethoven symphony cycle with the Vienna Philharmonic, and cycles of Brahms and Schumann were to follow in the 1980s ... the Orchestre National de France, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra ...
International Bruckner Society
... In the case of Bruckner's unfinished Ninth Symphony, Bruckner student Ferdinand Loewe made several unauthorized changes even after Bruckner's death ... The first publication was Orel's critical edition of the Ninth Symphony, published in 1934 but premiered two years earlier in 1932 in a concert by Siegmund von Hausegger conducting the Munich Philharmonic ... In this concert the Ninth Symphony was performed twice once in the Loewe edition and again in the new Orel edition, and its success provided much impetus for a complete critical edition of Bruckner's work ...

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