|Title:||Beethoven Lives Upstairs|
|Category:||Classical / For children|
|Other format:||MP3 MP3 MOD VOC XM APE MP2|
|1||Symphony #7, Mvt. 2||2:18|
|2||Symphony #5, Mvt. 1||2:31|
|3||Piano Sonata, Op 90, Mvt. 2 / Flute Serenade, Op 23, Mvt. 3 / Violin Romance #1, Op 40 / Symphony #2, Mvt. 4||4:09|
|4||Pathètique Sonata, Op 13, Mvt. 2 / Contradanse #1 In C Major||1:48|
|5||Symphony #5, Mvt. 2 / Piano Sonata Op 14 #2, Mvt. 2 / Flute Serenade, Op 23, Mvt. 1||3:11|
|6||Polonaise / La Marmotte / Country Dance In A Major / Für Elise / Flutnühr||3:51|
|7||Sonatina In G Major / Minuet In G Major / Violin "Spring" Sonata, Mvt. 1 / Ecossaise / Symphony #8, Mvt. 2||5:14|
|8||Moonlight Sonata, Op 27 #2, Mvt. 1||2:40|
|9||Flute Serenade, Mvt. 2||1:56|
|10||Symphony #6, Storm||2:52|
|11||Nel Cor Più Variations||1:58|
|12||Piano Concerto #1, Mvt. 1 / Piano Concerto #5, Mvt. 2||3:21|
|13||Bass Excerpts From Symphony #9 / Violin "Spring" Sonata / Rage Over A Lost Penny / Symphony #6, Shepherd's Theme (Tremulo)||4:16|
|14||Symphony #9, Mvt. 4||3:47|
|15||Sonata Opus 49 #2, Mvt. 2||1:59|
|16||Symphony #6, Shepherd's Theme||0:46|
|84236-2||Beethoven*, Studio Arts Orchestra||Beethoven*, Studio Arts Orchestra - Beethoven Lives Upstairs (CD, Album)||The Children's Group Inc.||84236-2||Canada||1989|
|SAN 1003||Beethoven*, Studio Arts Orchestra||Beethoven*, Studio Arts Orchestra - Beethoven Lives Upstairs (Cass, Dol)||The Children's Group Inc.||SAN 1003||Canada||1989|
Ludwig van Beethoven has moved in upstairs! Young Christoph exchanges letters about the chaotic arrival of Mr. Beethoven and learns to appreciate and understand the great composer and his music. The Music: Over two dozen excerpts including Moonlight Sonata, Symphonies Für Elise, Pathetique Sonata, Flute Serenade, Violin "Spring" Sonata and Minuet in G Major. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
The world famous production of Beethoven Lives Upstairs features a lively exchange of letters between young Christoph and his uncle. Their subject is the madman who has moved into the upstairs apartment of Christoph’s Vienna home. Through a touching correspondence dramatically underscored with the composer’s most beautiful excerpts, Christoph comes to understand the genius of Beethoven, the beauty of his music, and the torment of his deafness. Come early to enjoy an instrument petting zoo hosted by the VSO’s Education department.
Beethoven Lives Upstairs. Beethoven Lives Upstairs. .
Ludwig van Beethoven has moved in upstairs! At first Christoph resents their new tenant but slowly he comes to understand the genius of the man, the torment of his deafness and the beauty of his music. In the end he is won over by the music and true incidents from the great composer's life. The music, all originally produced, includes excerpts of more than 35 of Beethoven's best-loved works: Symphonies Nos. 5 to 9, the Moonlight and Pathetique Sonatas, Violin "Spring Sonata," Flute Serenade, G+ Sonatina, Minuet in G+, Fur Elise.
Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most influential figures in the history of classical music. Scholarly journals are devoted to analysis of his life and work. He has been the subject of numerous biographies and monographs, and his music was the driving force behind the development of Schenkerian analysis
Event: Beethoven Lives Upstairs. Presented by: Portland Symphony Orchestra. Merrill Auditorium, Portland. More About Portland Symphony Orchestra: The Portland Symphony Orchestra invites you to discover our long and proud tradition of bringing professional excellence to live orchestral music in Maine. We perform a wide variety of concerts, frequently featuring world-class guest artists, at the beautiful Merrill Auditorium. Our flagship series is Tuesday Classical, where we present great masterworks of symphonic literature such as Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and Dvorak’s New World Symphony. As young Christoph writes his uncle about the madman who has moved upstairs from his Vienna home, he comes to understand the genius of Beethoven, and the loneliness of his deafness, and the beauty of his revolutionary music.
Classical Kids Live! Directed by Paul Pement and featuring: Natalie Berg and Thad Avery. With the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra George Stelluto, Conductor. Saturday, July 7, 2012. 9:30 AM. Donor Gates Open. 10:00 AM. Public Gates Open. View showtimes View showtimes. Tunetown: Pre-Concert Activities Free learn-and-play activities in the lobbies organized by the Friends of the NAC Orchestra begin 45 minutes prior to each concert. An exchange of letters between young Christoph and his uncle reveals that a madman has moved into the upstairs apartment of the boy’s Vienna home, and it’s Beethoven! This amazing story is told through excerpts from more than 25 of his best-loved musical works. Presented by permission of Classical Kids Music Education.