Ode To Joy - 20 mezclas

  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/3
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34403
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/49
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34449
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades The orchestra found it very hard to play this with the gaps. They instinctively played in the rest bars
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/50
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34450
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven used to write using a piece of wood which he'd clamp between his teeth and the harpsichord so he could feel the vibrations of the instrument when his hearing had gone
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/51
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34451
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/52
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34452
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/53
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34453
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/54
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34454
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/55
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34455
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/56
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34456
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades This is London Voices under Ben Parry belting it out in Abbey Road Studio 1
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/57
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34457
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades At the end of the first performance of this Beethoven couldn't hear the performance and waved his arms wildly out of time. How he missed this racket is a mystery.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/58
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34458
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 120 bpm (termina a las 120)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/59
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34459
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 144 bpm (termina a las 144)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/60
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34460
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades We found it almost impossible to make a 30 second of this work. We got there in the end.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 144 bpm (termina a las 144)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/61
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34461
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/62
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34462
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/63
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34463
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/64
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34464
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades You probably won't want this, but you've got it anyway.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/65
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34465
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/66
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34466
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.
  • Tono D (termina en D)
  • Métrica 4/4
  • Tempo 132 bpm (termina a las 132)
  • Notas de tempo Medium
  • Número de álbum 2344/67
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-34467
  • Editor Audio Network Limited
  • Año de publicación 2015
Curiosidades Beethoven was 54 when this was first performed in 1824 and by that time entirely deaf. At the end of the first performance Beethoven couldn't hear the rapturous applause behind him and thought the work had been a flop. He was turned to face the audience by the Contralto Caroline Unger, so he could witness the cheers and a prolonged standing ovation. He died three years' later.

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