“From the Vault:” A Paper on Beethoven’s Use of …

A 5 page research paper that examines the impact of Beethoven's Third Symphony, known as the "Eroica," on the music world. The classicism of the eighteenth century valued reason above the emotions, the romanticism of the eighteenth century revolted against this perspective and it was Beethoven who brought Romanticism to music with the Eroica. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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In this paper I focus on Beethoven's Eroica since neither that work nor its partially ..
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Berlioz: Essay on Beethoven's symphonies

A 6 page research paper that takes the form of an imaginary letter written by someone who attended the premier performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on May 7, 1824. The letter not only summarizes and analyzes the work, but also relates the Ninth to the facts of Beethoven's biography and how the music reflects Beethoven's triumph over despair. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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It was during these rehearsals that Beethoven was able make significant revisions and corrections, including a decision concerning the repeat in the first movement. When the symphony was first completed, Beethoven thought the Allegro might prove too lengthy if the customary repeat was included. He had it played through, with and without the repeat and concluded it should stay. Additionally, a substantial number of corrections were made during the Lobkowitz rehearsals as the score that Beethoven was using (and remained in his possession throughout his life) stemmed from an inattentive copyist. The majority of these corrections involved ties, slurs, accidentals, etc. [ As a side note, the issue of errors in the is long from being settled. Bathia Churgin, an in essay entitled , Oxford University, 1998, enumerates a multitude of errors still found in current editions of the score. Since some of the errors are far from minor, a critical edition should prove to be exciting listening. ]

Beethoven was able to live his life on his own terms in everything except his deafness
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A 4 page discussion of the 1994 film Immortal Beloved (directed by Bernard Rose for Columbia Pictures), which speculates on the personal life of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. The primary focus of the paper however is on two scenes from the film, one that features Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata and another which features the "Ode to Joy." The writer offers a brief musical analysis of both works within the context of the film. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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A 3 page research paper that begins by describing the features that characterize the first movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Then the writer compares this with the first movement of Mozart's Symphony No. 40. Bibliography lists 1 source.

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An 11 page research paper that examines and analyzes Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, with particularly emphasis on the chorale finale. The writer discusses the sonata-allegro structure and how Beethoven adapted this structure in the Ninth, as well as the emotional qualities of the work that foreshadowed the development of music during the Romantic era. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Memories of Armour - Tilehurst Memories

When I was thirteen I went to Mr and Mrs Trotter in Norcot Road to do a paper round. You had to be thirteen to do a paper round. I did all down Armour Road, down Pierces Hill, and down Long Lane. There were only 10 houses in Long Lane then. There were only 7 ot 8 houses in Westwood Road. It used to be called Straight Street. Oaktree Road used to be called Penny Piddle. There was a chalk pit in Brooksby. We built houses there in 1935. There are 6 houses. It was fields with a huge walnut tree and just below were two old cottages. There was a rough old lane past the cottages with the chalk pit opposite. The foot path went past the ginifer pit and the shalves (woods) right down to where the Beethovens is now, on the Oxford Road.