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TTC Video: Symphonies of Beethoven


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TTC Video: Symphonies of Beethoven
TTC Video: Symphonies of Beethoven
2011 | Robert Greenberg | 24 hours | AVI | RAR SIZE 10.6 GB
Label: The Great Courses | Language: English

Why is Beethoven one of the most revered composers in the history of Western music?
Professor Robert Greenberg answers: "Beethoven possessed a unique gift for communication. He radiated an absolute directness that makes his music totally accessible. The sheer emotional power of his music is readily understood. His revolutionary compositional ideas are easily appreciated. "And his nine symphonies are among the greatest achievements of the human spirit. "They were revolutionary on every level: harmonic, melodic, rhythmic, formal, dramatic, self-expressive, and emotional. Beethoven led the charge to a totally new era. He threw out the restraint of 18th-century classicism and ushered in romantic self-expression. His symphonic offspring were the first statesmen of this new, musical democracy."

Beethoven's artistic progress is historically measured in three periods:
The Viennese period, 1792?1802. Symphonies nos. 1 and 2 are composed in this decade. In them, Beethoven innovates within the Classical style.
The Heroic period, 1803?1815. Symphonies nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are composed during this time. With these symphonies, Beethoven makes revolutionary breaks away from the Classical style.
The Late period, 1820?1826. This period is dominated by the most revolutionary and influential composition of Beethoven's career: Symphony no. 9. Here Beethoven fuses all art forms into one monumental work and heralds a new era of unfettered musical expression. Over the course of these 32 lectures on the history and analysis of Beethoven's nine symphonies, we see how he revolutionized musical composition and created works of unique beauty, power, and depth.

Course Lecture Titles

32 Lectures
45 minutes / lecture
01. Beethoven and the Heroic Style, I
02. Beethoven and the Heroic Style, II
03. Beethoven and the Heroic Style, III
04. Beethoven and the Heroic Style, IV
05. Symphony No. 1?Beethoven as Classicist?Tradition and Innovation, I
06. Symphony No. 1?Beethoven as Classicist?Tradition and Innovation, II
07. Symphony No. 2?Beethoven at the Edge, I
08. Symphony No. 2?Beethoven at the Edge, II
09. Symphony No. 3?The "New Path"?Heroism and Self-Expression, I
10. Symphony No. 3?The "New Path"?Heroism and Self-Expression, II
11. Symphony No. 3?The "New Path"?Heroism and Self-Expression, III
12. Symphony No. 3?The "New Path"?Heroism and Self-Expression, IV
13. Symphony No. 4?Consolidation of the New Aesthetic, I
14. Symphony No. 4?Consolidation of the New Aesthetic, II
15. Symphony No. 4?Consolidation of the New Aesthetic, III
16. Symphony No. 4?Consolidation of the New Aesthetic, IV
17. Symphony No. 5?The Expressive Ideal Fully Formed, I
18. Symphony No. 5?The Expressive Ideal Fully Formed, II
19. Symphony No. 5?The Expressive Ideal Fully Formed, III
20. Symphony No. 6?The Symphony as Program, I
21. Symphony No. 6?The Symphony as Program, II
22. Symphony No. 6?The Symphony as Program, III
23. Symphony No. 7?The Symphony as Dance, I
24. Symphony No. 7?The Symphony as Dance, II
25. Symphony No. 8?Homage to Classicism, I
26. Symphony No. 8?Homage to Classicism, II
27. Symphony No. 8?Homage to Classicism, III
28. Symphony No. 9?The Symphony as the World, I
29. Symphony No. 9?The Symphony as the World, II
30. Symphony No. 9?The Symphony as the World, III
31. Symphony No. 9?The Symphony as the World, IV
32. Symphony No. 9?The Symphony as the World, V
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