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Beethoven, Ludwig van: L'Ode à la joie

Ode To Joy
Symphonie No 9 - op. 125
Ludwig van Beethoven


Choral SSAA, piano or organ
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LOde à la joie
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Composer
Ludwig van Beethoven
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827)
Instrumentation

Choral SSAA, piano or organ

Style

Romantic

Arranger
Ludwig van Beethoven
Dewagtere, Bernard (1958 - )
LyricistFriedrich von Schiller
LangageGerman
Date1824
CopyrightCopyright © Dewagtere, Bernard
Alternative titleAn die Freude - Ode à Alegria - Oda a la Alegría - Inno alla gioia
"Ode To Joy" (German: "Ode an die Freude", first line: "Freude, schöner Götterfunken") is an ode written in 1785 by the German poet, playwright and historian Friedrich Schiller, celebrating the ideal of unity and brotherhood of all mankind. It is best known for its musical setting by Ludwig van Beethoven in the final movement of his Ninth Symphony (completed in 1824), a choral symphony for orchestra, four solo voices and choir. The Beethoven setting became the official anthem of the European U...(+)
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