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Fri Mar 21 17:11:00 2014 UTClccn-n791077410.00Baby Beethoven symphony of fun /0.400.63Symphony no. 7, in A major, op. 92 /32182557Ludwig_van_Beethovenn 79107741339691Beethofen, ... 1770-1827Beethoven.Beethoven, ..., 1770-1827Beethoven, L. de 1770-1827Beethoven, L. v.Beethoven, L. v. 1770-1827Beethoven, L. V. (Ludwig Van), 1770-1827Beethoven, L. van.Beethoven, L. van, 1770-1827Beethoven, L. van (Ludwig)Beethoven, L. van (Ludwig), 1770-1827Beethoven, Lewis van 1770-1827Beethoven, Louis de, 1770-1827Beethoven, Louis van.Beethoven, Louis van, 1770-1827Beethoven, Lovis van 1770-1827Beethoven, Ludovicus van 1770-1827Beethoven, Ludvig vanBeethoven, Ludvig van, 1770-1827Beethoven, Ludw. van, 1770-1827Beethoven, Ludwig Maria vonBeethoven, Ludwig v.Beethoven, Ludwig vanBeethoven, Ludwig vonBeethoven, Ludwig von 1770-1827Beethoven, Ludwik v.Beethoven, Ludwik vanBeethoven, Ludwik van, 1770-1827Beethoven, Luigi van.Beethoven, Luigi van, 1770-1827Betchoven, L. van.Betchoven, Ljudvig van, 1770-1827Bethoven, ... 1770-1827Bethoven, L.Bethoven, L. van.Bethoven, Louis.Bethoven, Lûdvig van.Bethoven, Ludwig van 1770-1827Bethovenas, L.Bethovenas, L., 1770-1827Bēthovens, Ludvigs van, 1770-1827Beṭhoṿn, Ludṿig ṿanBeṭhoṿn, Ludṿig ṿan, 1770-1827Betkhoven, L. vanBetkhoven, L. van (Li︠u︡dvig), 1770-1827Betkhoven, Li︠u︡dvig vanBetkhoven, Li︠u︡dvig van, 1770-1827Betoven, Ludvig van 1770-1827Bētōven, Rūtovihhi vanBētōven, Rūtovihhi van, 1770-1827BītʹhūfinBītʹhūfin, 1770-1827Bīthūfin, Lūdfīġ fān, 1770-1827Ludwig van BeethovenVan Beethoven, Ludwig.Van Beethoven, Ludwig, 1770-1827Бетховен, Людвиг ван, 1770-1827בטהובןבעטהאָוון, לודוויג וואןבעטהאווען, לודויג ון, 1770-1827ベートーヴェンベートーヴェン, L. Vベートーヴェン, ルートヴィヒ・ヴァンベートーヴェン, ルートヴィヒ・ファンベートーフェンベートベン, ルートビッヒ, 1770-1827ルートビヒベートベン贝多芬贝多芬, 1770-1827lccn-n80022788Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus1756-1791othprfdteantctbcrecomcmplccn-n81018318Berliner Philharmonikerothsngprfmuspfritrorccmplccn-n81032093Wiener Philharmonikersngprfmuscnditrorclccn-n79111538Schiller, Friedrich1759-1805othlbtlyrcndhnrcmptrllccn-n81015297Karajan, Herbert vonivearrprfadpsngdrtcndflmitrconlccn-n82011030Philharmonia Orchestra (London, England)cndprfitrmuslccn-n81112079Altmann, Wilhelm1862-1951otharrtrlauiedwamspkedtcrelccn-n79091193Haydn, Joseph1732-1809othprfauidteantctbcrecmplccn-n83162771Brendel, Alfredothwamprfmusadpauiedtitrlccn-n81042605Barenboim, Daniel1942-othiveprfauicndcreitrBeethoven, Ludwig van1770-1827BiographyMusical settingsDramaJuvenile worksPictorial worksCriticism, interpretation, etcOverturesSymphoniesManuscriptsHistoryBeethoven, Ludwig van,ComposersAustriaSymphoniesSymphonies--ScoresSonatas (Piano)Music--Instruction and studyHaydn, Joseph,Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,Classicism in musicOperasSchiller, Friedrich,Art appreciationMusic--Philosophy and aestheticsIntellectual lifeAustria--ViennaMusic--Social aspectsMusic--SemioticsBiographyCelebrities--DeathDeathEuropeRomanticism in musicMassesVariations (Piano)Music--Psychological aspectsInfants--DevelopmentCognition in infantsSenses and sensation in infantsOverturesPiano musicChildren--LanguageGermanyMusic appreciationPiano music--ScoresLettersUnclesIntellectLive sound recordingsOperas--ExcerptsRequiemsPiano music--Instructive editionsOrchestral music, ArrangedString orchestra music, ArrangedSonatasOperas--Excerpts, ArrangedOrchestral music--ScoresNonets (Bassoons (2), clarinets (2), horns (2), oboes (2), double bass), ArrangedOrchestral musicMusic--Computer network resources1770182717771780178217831784178517861790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182118221823182418251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141022942117234203038BML410.B4ocn085847159ocn002902863ocn018578112ocn021432989ocn003080745ocn003036356ocn002776344ocn006524726ocn841415035ocn815761467ocn073625895ocn073625911ocn072458598ocn720277767ocn073246127ocn075621207ocn720277773ocn725488304ocn725623217ocn724681632ocn659080164ocn419616913ocn444339417ocn781405813ocn658384512ocn780189502ocn658815925ocn766665897ocn780176938ocn767456319ocn258417182ocn844189609ocn310650399ocn845349562ocn249143890ocn258489320ocn256329035ocn845105747ocn257942520ocn258196153ocn032009316ocn025202721ocn056019024ocn223253857ocn659312999ocn825824018ocn659242454ocn844005412ocn844142288ocn755292091ocn442578866ocn443081762ocn442562944ocn442616188ocn442389470ocn443125550ocn441622941ocn442490144ocn444996256ocn442282328ocn868865054ocn865119716ocn869009196ocn865125932ocn865114831ocn864388404ocn864518996ocn857915757ocn868562066ocn870914357ocn699145215ocn013324428ocn064077593ocn030003465ocn724910324ocn844077942ocn772641421ocn743010236ocn712586904ocn073799229ocn797558300ocn797715292ocn185783154ocn185375322ocn074658378ocn797562027ocn800471968ocn724416892ocn799478804ocn458383928ocn844007592ocn659291825ocn844007606ocn658368415ocn729996216ocn659257878ocn842226383ocn844008612ocn659301026ocn724365839ocn313115617ocn311911806ocn844007165ocn846976011ocn844006657ocn658725797ocn842441259ocn085124823ocn846704920ocn847598388ocn846703770ocn846703772ocn846701471ocn846701472ocn847596366ocn695444456ocn659153579ocn765033829ocn765324764ocn680177973ocn844005873ocn672152345ocn046648364ocn844006316ocn844006350ocn844006321ocn844006342ocn033304577ocn033304556ocn033304533ocn033303113ocn664586411ocn664587470ocn664589583ocn664606639ocn664589592ocn658717623ocn301580342ocn844005682ocn844005767ocn844005761ocn844005737ocn863039938ocn863039939ocn779706685ocn780677820ocn438825491ocn042368249ocn762078673ocn693023318ocn797587285ocn799696248ocn844007632ocn762807363ocn843031877ocn843495843ocn842347330ocn844010497ocn494365544ComposersMusicians2601197ocn003865851rcrd19500.50Beethoven, Ludwig vanFidelio [Complete]OverturesBroadcast on Feb. 22, 1941, NBC Radio, from Metropolitan Opera House, New York City2459355ocn018481432score18000.63Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 7, in A major, op. 92II. Instrumentalmusik. 1. Symphonien+-+33695913952278165ocn811256280rcrd19000.47Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 9 "Choral"Musical settingsApproaches the Symphony from five different perspectives ; each designed to interact freely and quickly with each of the others1870251ocn000602453score18700.56Beethoven, Ludwig vanOverture to Goethe's Egmont, op. 84Musical settings+-+67111204281867304ocn004169977score18000.59Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 1, C major, op. 21Manuscripts+-+10231204281752281ocn001867407score18000.59Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 4, B♭ major : op. 60Orchestral excerpts1749165ocn031757284rcrd19000.50Beethoven, Ludwig van9 symphoniesMusical settingsOverturesSymphonies1745156ocn015995817score18810.59Beethoven, Ludwig vanVariations for the pianoII. Instrumentalmusik. 13. Werke für Klavier+-+35308084251600142ocn012227255rcrd19280.37Beethoven, Ludwig vanMissa solemnis op. 1231448152ocn002723302score18900.56Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 3 : Eroica, op. 55, in E flat major+-+24811204281329169ocn014108137rcrd19380.50Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 6 in F major, op. 68+-+08765913951274125ocn043614388rcrd19540.59Beethoven, Ludwig vanPiano sonatasTitre.. Instr.. N .. Do meur.. ,1268150ocn811244409rcrd19270.56Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 9 in D minor op. 125Musical settingsSymphony no. 9"Choral" Leontyne Price, soprano Maureen Forrester, contralto David Poleri, tenor Giorgio Tozzi, bass Boston Symphony Orchestra Charles Munch, conductor New England Conservatory ChorusLorn a Cooke de Varon, director text included+-+27754439653241255204ocn019616985rcrd19270.53Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67Overtures12249ocn051037145visu2002Baby Beethoven symphony of funJuvenile worksA whimsical, age-appropriate introduction to the music of Ludwig van Beethoven, using real-world objects, music, art, language, science and nature to expose young children to the world around them114249ocn002106542score18800.56Beethoven, Ludwig vanSonatas for the pianoThe library has only v.21108205ocn001124407score18500.53Haydn, JosephComplete piano sonatasContains piano sonatas no. 24 to 321101170ocn003297096rcrd19270.59Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphony no. 7, in A major, op. 921097253ocn023715460rcrd19530.35Beethoven, Ludwig vanFidelio op. 72Musical settingsFidelio. Gundula Janowitz, Lucia Popp, Rene Kollo, Hans Sotin, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Manfred Jungwirth, Adolf Dallapozza. Leonard Bernstein, director106219ocn018815198score19760.39Beethoven, Ludwig vanSymphonies nos. 8 and 9Musical settings+-+1085171395350021ocn035095841book19710.33Rosen, CharlesThe classical style : Haydn, Mozart, BeethovenCriticism, interpretation, etcThis outstanding book treating the three most beloved composers of the Vienna School is considered basic to any study of classical-era music. Drawing on his rich experience and intimate familiarity with the works of these giants, Charles Rosen presents his keen insights in clear and persuasive language. For this expanded edition of The Classical Style, Rosen provides an entirely new, 64-page chapter on the later years of Beethoven and the musical conventions he inherited+-+3575958485346114ocn003362469book19770.27Solomon, MaynardBeethovenBiographyPresents a comprehensive study of Beethoven, his career, and his music+-+8262913755251915ocn320842055com19950.39Kinderman, WilliamBeethovenCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPreface and Acknowledgments. List of Plates. List of music Examples and Figures. Overture. 1. The Bonn Years. 2. The Path to Mastery, 1792-1798. 3. Crises and Creativity, 1799-1802. 4. The Heroic Style I, 1803-1806. 5. The Heroic Style II, 1806-1809. 6. Consolidation, 1810-1812. 7. The Congress of Vienna Period, 1813-1815. 8. The Hammerklavier Sonata, 1816-1818. 9. Struggle, 1819-1822. 10. Triumph, 1822-1824. 11. The G̀alitzin' Quartets, 1824-1825. 12. The Last Phase, 1826-1827. Selected Bibliography. Bibliography of Works Cited. Index of Beethoven's Compositions. General Index+-+6531163465324231224ocn000075942book19690.28Schmidt-Görg, JosephLudwig van BeethovenBiographyPortraitsPictorial worksManuscripts218026ocn000050875book19640.39Thayer, Alexander WheelockThayer's life of BeethovenBiography+-+3362756415201041ocn000861390book19330.53Tovey, Donald FrancisBeethovenCriticism, interpretation, etcA discussion of Beethoven's music198712ocn028495782book19920.06Nichol, BarbaraBeethoven lives upstairsJuvenile worksFictionThe letters that ten-year-old Christoph and his uncle exchange show how Christoph's feelings for Mr. Beethoven, the eccentric boarder that shares his house, change from anger and embarrassment to compassion and admiration+-+037315680519084ocn042855004file19950.35DeNora, TiaBeethoven and the construction of genius musical politics in Vienna, 1792-1803"In this provocative account Tia DeNora reconceptualizes the notion of genius by placing the life and career of Ludwig van Beethoven in its social context. She explores the changing musical world of late eighteenth-century Vienna and follows the activities of the small circle of aristocratic patrons who paved the way for the composer's success. DeNora reconstructs the development of Beethoven's reputation as she recreates Vienna's robust musical scene through contemporary accounts, letters, magazines, and myths--a colorful picture of changing times. She explores the ways Beethoven was seen by his contemporaries and the image crafted by his supporters. Comparing Beethoven to contemporary rivals now largely forgotten, DeNora reveals a figure musically innovative and complex, as well as a keen self-promoter who adroitly managed his own celebrity. DeNora contends that the recognition Beethoven received was as much a social achievement as it was the result of his personal gifts. In contemplating the political and social implications of culture, DeNora casts many aspects of Beethoven's biography in a new and different light, enriching our understanding of his success as a performer and composer."--Publisher's description+-+330667570519042ocn050002434book20030.27Lockwood, LewisBeethoven : the music and the lifeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyIn this portrayal of the world's most famous composer, Lewis Lockwood interweaves his subject's musical and biographical dimensions and places them in their historical and artistic contexts. Written for the lay reader, the book describes the special problems Beethoven faced as a highly gifted artist who fulfilled his destiny as Mozart's main successor while remaining a true, rebellious original. It sketches the turbulent personal, historical, political, and cultural frameworks in which Beethoven worked and demonstrates their effects on his music. Finally, it turns to the composer in his last years, with great achievements behind him, surmounting the crisis of finding still further artistic paths by which to continue. Also, by providing glimpses into the composer's sketchbooks and autograph manuscripts, Lockwood allows us to gain substantial insights into Beethoven's compositional methods. In this brilliant portrayal of the world's most famous composer, eminent Beethoven scholar Lockwood interweaves his subject's musical and biographical dimensions and places them in their historical and artistic contexts+-+063505848517136ocn045729748file19940.50Hatten, Robert SMusical meaning in Beethoven markedness, correlation, and interpretationCriticism, interpretation, etc"Musical Meaning in Beethoven offers a fresh approach to the interpretation and explanation of musical expressive meaning. Beginning with a provocative analysis of the slow movement from Beethoven's Hammerklavier piano sonata, the investigation examines the role of markedness, Classical topics, expressive genres, and musical tropes in fostering expressive interpretation at all levels of structure. Along the way, close readings of movements from Beethoven's late piano sonatas and string quartets highlight less-obvious expressive meanings and explain how more-familiar piano meanings are consistently cued from one work to the next." "The model of musical meaning that Robert S. Hatten puts forth is grounded in the semiotic contributions of Charles Sanders Peirce, Umberto Eco, and Michael Shapiro; and in the theoretical and historical contributions of Leonard B. Meyer, Charles Rosen, and Leonard Ratner. In addition, the latest musicological scholarship is brought to bear on a stylistic approach of considerable interpretive depth. Radically departing from both the nineteenth-century Formalist aesthetics of Eduard Hanslick and Formalist theories underlying tonal analysis in the twentieth century, the author argues that expressive meaning is not extramusical but fundamental to the reconstruction of compositional practice and stylistic understanding, even for the "absolute" works of Beethoven."--Jacket+-+513687030532416926ocn000027322book19690.28Marek, George RBeethoven; biography of a genius167745ocn001620155book19270.50Sullivan, J. W. NBeethoven; his spiritual developmentBiography+-+8556529485159710ocn000087180book19700.33Landon, H. C. RobbinsBeethoven; a documentary studyPictorial works15956ocn044059384book20000.31Cooper, BarryBeethovenBiography"This new study of Beethoven and his music is written as a continuous, chronological narrative that sets the works against the musical and biographical background from which they emerged. Such an approach results in close integration of life and works, and is particularly appropriate in the case of Beethoven: firstly because composition was his central preoccupation ('I live entirely in my music', he once wrote), and secondly because recent research on his numerous musical sketches has produced a much clearer picture of his everyday compositional activity, leading to many new insights into the interaction between his life and music. Barry Cooper illuminates Beethoven's artistic achievements both by examining the origins of his works and by commentary on some of their most striking and original features." "Statements in earlier biographies have been scrutinized carefully and are accepted here only if supported by sound evidence. This thorough reassessment extends even to translations of individual German words, and many well-known but fictitious anecdotes have been eliminated. Conversely, numerous details discovered in recent years are for the first time incorporated into a general study of Beethoven - notably information from sketch studies and from a new edition of his correspondence. The many fresh conclusions will be of interest to both specialists and the musical public at large."--BOOK JACKET+-+134016346515716ocn056733720file19970.50Rumph, Stephen CBeethoven after Napoleon political romanticism in the late worksHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this analysis of Beethoven's late style, Stephen Rumph demonstrates how deeply political events shaped the composer's music, from his early enthusiasm for the French Revolution to his later entrenchment during the Napoleonic era. Beethoven after Napoleon challenges accepted views by illustrating the influence of German Romantic political thought in the formation of the artist's mature style. Beethoven's political views, Rumph argues, were not quite as liberal as many have assumed. While scholars agree that the works of the Napoleonic era such as the Eroica Symphony or Fidelio embody enlightened, revolutionary ideals of progress, freedom, and humanism, Beethoven's later works have attracted less political commentary. Rumph contends that the later works show clear affinities with a native German ideology that exalted history, religion, and the organic totality of state and society. He claims that as the Napoleonic Wars plunged Europe into political and economic turmoil, Beethoven's growing antipathy to the French mirrored the experience of his Romantic contemporaries. Rumph maintains that Beethoven's turn inward is no pessimistic retreat but a positive affirmation of new conservative ideals. --From publisher's description+-+976584570532415238ocn061770492book20050.21Morris, EdmundBeethoven : the universal composerBiographyBeethoven was a genius so universal that his popularity, extraordinary even during his lifetime, has never ceased to grow. It now encircles the globe: Beethoven's most famous works are as beloved in Beijing as they are in Boston. Biographer Morris brings the composer to life as a man of astonishing complexity and overpowering intelligence. A gigantic, compulsively creative personality unable to tolerate constraints, he was not so much a social rebel as an astute manipulator of powerful and privileged aristocrats, at a time when their world was threatened by the rise of Napoleon. Struggling against progressive, incurable deafness (which he desperately tried to keep secret), he nonetheless produced towering masterpieces. Morris illuminates Beethoven's life, including his interactions with the women he privately lusted for but held at bay, and his work, whose grandeur and beauty were conceived "on the other side of silence."--Publisher description+-+2924025155149518ocn051907737visu19940.23Rose, BernardImmortal belovedBiographyFictionDramaBased on the life of composer Ludwig Beethoven. A letter found after his death leads to efforts to uncover the mystery of who was his immortal beloved+-+101596553532414751ocn551198278book20110.06Bragg, GeorgiaHow they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famousHistoryJuvenile worksA look at the deaths of several famous people throughout history and the circumstances surrounding those deaths+-+4263427535145030ocn000398413book19290.37Schauffler, Robert HavenBeethoven, the man who freed musicBiography143817ocn000302917book19430.33Burk, John NThe life and works of BeethovenHistoryBiography+-+1085171395+-+1085171395Fri Mar 21 15:42:42 EDT 2014batch2686809