John Bell Young: Beethoven's Symphonies - A Guided Tour


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Media: Book, CD
Artist: Ludwig Van Beethoven
Series: Unlocking The Masters
Catalogue #: HL00331951
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Ludwig Van Beethoven's nine symphonies stand as towering masterworks at the core of the classical canon. In Beethoven's hands, the symphony expanded dramatically in scope and power in a way that would revolutionise both the form itself and music in general. The impact of Beethoven's nine was such that composers long after him would write their own symphonies in his shadow.

In this book, acclaimed Pianist and critic John Bell Young explores each of the nine symphonies, always looking beneath the surface for what makes the music so compelling. He places them in their historical and cultural context, and he describes how the Russian concept of intonatsiia, a way of perceiving relationships "between the notes," can help deepen our appreciation of these pieces. The accompanying CD contains selections from all of the symphonies, each performance conducted by the legendary Wilhelm Furtwangler.




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Published on: 10/10/2008
Format: Biography
Length: 132 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Amadeus Press
Author: John Bell Young
Editor: Robert Levine

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