Segments in this Video

Ode To Joy: Introduction (01:44)

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John Lithgow introduces a historic concert at Princeton University to celebrate William H Scheide's 100th birthday.

Philanthropist and Scholar (03:55)

Paul Needham speaks about William H. Scheide's passion for music. Experts provide a biographical account of Scheide and discuss his support of the Civil Rights Movement.

"Glory Be Sung To You Now" (02:59)

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra and the Westminster Choir perform Bach's "Gloria Sei Dir Gesungen."

Vienna Chamber Orchestra (02:26)

Vienna has a unique musical history. Edua Zadory and Robert Lorenzi speak about living in Vienna. Learn about Beethoven's creation of the "Ninth Symphony."

Scheide Library (01:18)

A sketchbook contains Beethoven's working notes for his composition of the "Ode to Joy."

"I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Un Poco Maestoso" (15:55)

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra performs the first movement of Beethoven's "Symphony Number 9, the Ode to Joy."

"II. Molto Vivace" (13:36)

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra performs the second movement of Beethoven's "Symphony Number 9, the Ode to Joy."

"III. Adagio Molto E Cantabile" (17:30)

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra performd the third movement of Beethoven's "Symphony Number 9, the Ode to Joy."

"IV. Presto — Allegro Assai" (25:37)

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra and the Westminster Choir perform the final movement of Beethoven's "Symphony Number 9, the Ode to Joy."

Credits: Ode to Joy: Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 (01:02)

Credits: Ode to Joy: Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

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Ode to Joy: Beethoven's Symphony No. 9


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Ludwig van Beethoven’s transformative Symphony No. 9 has been described as “the world’s greatest symphony.” It is recognizable even to the most casual classical music listener. This special Ode to Joy: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 showcases this musical masterpiece in a rare television recording by the Vienna Chamber Orchestra with the Westminster Symphonic Choir, under the direction of conductor Mark Laycock.

Length: 87 minutes

Item#: BVL131238

Copyright date: ©2016

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