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  1. Lacrimosa (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    Astronomy. 208 Lacrimosa, a main belt asteroid; Classical music. Lacrimosa (Requiem), part of the Dies Irae sequence in the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass Lacrimosa, a movement from Grande Messe des morts (or Requiem) by Hector Berlioz

  2. Veronika Dudarova - Wikipedia

    In the 1987 documentary A Woman Is a Risky Bet: Six Orchestra Conductors, directed by Christina Olofson, Dudarova conducts the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra and Choir in a performance of Mozart's Requiem. The main-belt asteroid 9737 Dudarova was named after her.

  3. Lacrimosa (band)

    Lacrimosa — Lacrimosa, also seen as the philologically incorrect Lacrymosa, may refer to: General * The Latin word lacrimosa means weeping . * Lacrimosa (Requiem), part of the Dies Irae sequence in the Requiem mass * 208 Lacrimosa, a main belt asteroid Music … Wikipedia

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  5. Lacrymosa (song)

    Infobox Song Name = Lacrymosa Caption = Type = Artist = Evanescence alt Artist = Album = The Open Door Published = Released = September 25, 2006 track_no = 7 Recorded ...

  6. Master List of Asteroids By Theme (Updated) - Lindaland

    -The music of the 'Lacrimosa' were the last notes Mozart ever set to paper in 1791, a few weeks before his death, in a Requiem which was never finished. Lacrimosa is a main-belt asteroid. It is classified as an S-type asteroid.

  7. Veronika Dudarova - Conductor, Artist of the past

    Veronika Borisovna Dudarova (Russian: Вероника Борисовна Дударова; Ossetian: Дудараты Барисы чызг Вероникæ; December 5 [O.S. November 22] 1916 – January 15, 2009) was a Soviet and Russian conductor, the first woman to succeed as conductor of symphony orchestras in the 20th century.

  8. Veronika Dudarova Google Doodle - YouTube

    Dec 04, 2017 · Check out Veronika Dudarova Google Doodle Вероника Дударова Google Doodle December 5, 2017 Veronika Dudarova’s 101st Birthday In today’s Doodle, Google-hued lights shine on a ...

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  9. Beethoven: Biography | Music Appreciation
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    Background and Early Life

    Beethoven was the grandson of Lodewijk van Beethoven (1712–73), a musician from Mechelen in the Southern Netherlands (now part of Belgium) who at the age of twenty moved to Bonn. Lodewijk (Ludwig is the German cognate of Dutch Lodewijk) was employed as a bass singer at the court of the Elector of Cologne, eventually rising to become Kapellmeister (music director). Lodewijk had one son, Johann (1740–1792), who worked as a tenor in the same musical establishment and gave lessons on piano and vi...

    Establishing His Career in Vienna

    From 1790 to 1792, Beethoven composed a significant number of works (none were published at the time, and most are now listed as works without opus) that demonstrated his growing range and maturity. Musicologists identified a theme similar to those of his third symphony in a set of variations written in 1791. Beethoven was probably first introduced to Joseph Haydn in late 1790, when the latter was traveling to London and stopped in Bonn around Christmas time.A year and a half later they met i...

    Musical Maturity

    Beethoven composed his first six string quartets (Op. 18) between 1798 and 1800 (commissioned by, and dedicated to, Prince Lobkowitz). They were published in 1801. With premieres of his First and Second Symphonies in 1800 and 1803, Beethoven became regarded as one of the most important of a generation of young composers following Haydn and Mozart. He also continued to write in other forms, turning out widely known piano sonatas like the “Pathétique” sonata (Op. 13), which Cooper describes as...

    Beethoven’s personal life was troubled by his encroaching deafness and irritability brought on by chronic abdominal pain (beginning in his twenties) which led him to contemplate suicide (documented in his Heiligenstadt Testament). Beethoven was often irascible. It has been suggested he suffered from bipolar disorder.Nevertheless, he had a close and devoted circle of friends all his life, thought to have been attracted by his strength of personality. Toward the end of his life, Beethoven’s friends competed in their efforts to help him cope with his incapacities. Sources show Beethoven’s disdain for authority, and for social rank. He stopped performing at the piano if the audience chatted amongst themselves, or afforded him less than their full attention. At soirées, he refused to perform if suddenly called upon to do so. Eventually, after many confrontations, the Archduke Rudolph decreed that the usual rules of court etiquette did not apply to Beethoven. Beethoven was attracted to th...

    Beethoven composed in several musical genres and for a variety of instrument combinations. His works for symphony orchestra include nine symphonies (the Ninth Symphony includes a chorus), and about a dozen pieces of “occasional” music. He wrote seven concerti for one or more soloists and orchestra, as well as four shorter works that include soloists accompanied by orchestra. His only opera is Fidelio; other vocal works with orchestral accompaniment include two masses and a number of shorter works. His large body of compositions for piano includes 32 piano sonatas and numerous shorter pieces, including arrangements of some of his other works. Works with piano accompaniment include 10 violin sonatas, 5 cello sonatas, and a sonata for French horn, as well as numerous lieder. Beethoven also wrote a significant quantity of chamber music. In addition to 16 string quartets, he wrote five works for string quintet, seven for piano trio, five for string trio, and more than a dozen works for v...


    Un grand amour de Beethovenwas directed in 1937 by Abel Gance. It stars Harry Baur. Eroica is a 1949 Austrian film depicting the life and works of Beethoven (Ewald Balser). It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.The film is directed by Walter Kolm-Veltée, produced by Guido Bagier with Walter Kolm-Veltée and written by Walter Kolm-Veltée with Franz Tassié. Ludwig van Beethovenis a 1954 documentary directed by Max Jaap in the GDR that presents the life of Beethoven. Original document...

    The Beethoven Monument, Bonn, was unveiled in August 1845, in honour of his 75th anniversary. It was the first statue of a composer created in Germany, and the music festival that accompanied the unveiling was the impetus for the very hasty construction of the original Beethovenhalle in Bonn (it was designed and built within less than a month, on the urging of Franz Liszt). A statue to Mozart had been unveiled in Salzburg, Austria in 1842. Vienna did not honour Beethoven with a statue until 1880. His is the only name inscribed on one of the plaques that trim Symphony Hall, Boston; the others were left empty because it was felt that only Beethovens’ popularity would endure. There is a museum, the Beethoven House, the place of his birth, in central Bonn. The same city has hosted a musical festival, the Beethovenfest (de), since 1845. The festival was initially irregular but has been organized annually since 2007. The third largest crater on Mercury is named in his honor, as is the mai...

    Cited sources

    1. Brandenburg, Sieghard (ed.): Ludwig van Beethoven: Briefwechsel. Gesamtausgabe. 8 vols. Munich: Henle 1996. 2. Clive, Peter (2001). Beethoven and His World: A Biographical Dictionary. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-816672-9. 3. Cooper, Barry (2008). Beethoven. Oxford University Press US. ISBN 978-0-19-531331-4. 4. Cross, Milton; Ewen, David (1953). The Milton Cross New Encyclopedia of the Great Composers and Their Music. Garden City, New Jersey: Doubleday. ISBN 0-385-03635-3....

    Media related to Ludwig van Beethoven at Wikimedia Commons
    The Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, The Beethoven Gateway(San José State University)
  10. Chopin with Cherries: Chopin's Valentines and His Letters ...

    and play Mozart in your absence. F. Poet's Note: Lines 1 and 2 are a quotation attributed to Chopin. Toward the end of his life he had a falling out with his long time love George Sand, they separated, and she was absent from his funeral. A final request of Chopin’s was to have Mozart’s Requiem sung in his memory.

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