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Orig. Release 2004
Zeit 2531:41
EAN-Nr. 8711252093512
Label/Labelcode k.A.
Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. Musicbank Limited / 09351
Musikrichtung Klassik
MS-ID 645721

Tracklist CD 21

1. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op.125 “Choral” – Allegro Ma Non Troppo 15:48
2. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op.125 “Choral” – Molto Vivace 10:48
3. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op.125 “Choral” – Adagio Molto Cantabile 14:51
4. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op.125 “Choral” – Finale 23:57

Tracklist CD 31

1. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op.67: Allegro Con Brio 6:21
2. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op.67: Andante Con Moto 10:13
3. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op.67: Allegro – Allegro – Presto 14:47
4. Ludwig van Beethoven Overture To “Leonora”, No. 3 In C Minor, Op.72a 14:28
5. Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight” (1st Movement) 6:04
6. Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Sonata “Pathetique” (2nd Movement) 5:32
7. Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op.125: 4th Movement (Excerpt) 6:11

EAN: 5029248126629
(P) und (C) 2001 Musicbank Limited, Licensed from Newsound 2000 Ltd

Tracks 1-4: Hamburg Symphony Orchestra (Werner Ludwig Baum)

EAN: 5029248126728
(P) und (C) 2001 Musicbank Limited, Licensed from Newsound 2000 Ltd

Tracks 1-4,7: London Symphony Orchestra (George Richter)
Tracks 5-6: Piano – Dieter Goldman



  • Audio CD (23 April 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000002S6K

Disc 1
5. Symphony No.5 In C Minor: I. Allegro con brio (Philharmonic Orchestra – Kurt Sanderling)
Disc 2
13. Sonata No.14 In C Sharp Minor ‘Moonlight’: I. Adagio sostenuto (Dame Moura Lympany)




Disky – 1987 – DC 702682

11. Für Elise



Now This Is Classic!, Vol. 1 Arcade Music
CD – 1992

CD 1
11 5thSymphony (first movement)
CD 2
11 Für Elise (Sylvia Capova)




Product:2 compact discs


  • Arcade ADEHCD 7110

Genres: licht klassiek

  • Uitgebracht: Juli 1992

CD 2

2 Adagio Pathetique
10 Theme “Alle Menschen Werden Brüder”(Ode An Die Freude) (From Symphony no.9




Label: Arcade Benelux B.V. ‎– 01 8640.6
Format: 2 × CD, Compilation
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1993
Genre: Classical
Style: Classical

CD 2
2 Für Elsie (Sylvia Capova)
6 Mondschein Sonata (Bruce Hungerford)
8 Adagio Pathetique (Houston Symphony Orchestra, Sergiu Comissiona)




Arcade – 1996 – 01 – 10257 – 4 CD

CD 1
2 5th Symphony (first movement) Orchestra of The Vienna State Opera, Felix Prohaska)
CD 2
4 Für Elise (Sylvia Capova)
9 Romance (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Vonk)
16 Moonlight Sonate, Adagio (Bruce Hungerford)
CD 4
9 Alle Menschen Werden Brüder (Hongaars Philharmonisch Koor en Orkest, Janos Ferencsik)



Decca – 460 261-2 – 1998 – 3 CD

CD 2
1 Allegro Con Brio (Symphony nr.5) (Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti 8:17
6 Für Elsie (Vladimir Ashkenazy)2:59
CD 3
4. Adagio Sostenuto (Mondscheinsonate) (Vladimir Ashkenazy) 5:24



Elap – 1990 – 4512CD – 2 CD


R-1093250-1299399575.jpegPeople learn about the richness of classical music in many ways.

Some of us, as children, heard classical music in our homes. Some of us were given music lessons. Others got their first taste of the art form we love from school choirs, bands or orchestras. Lots of us learned about it from cartoons: We hear Rossini’s “Barber of Seville” overture and reflexively see Bugs Bunny toying with Elmer Fudd in a barber chair; a few notes of Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 evoke an epic battle between Tom and Jerry waged on and around a piano.

But hardly anybody confesses to learning about classical music from … disco.

Disco was the prevailing sound of pop music in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The beat was insistent and infectious. Across the country, the music turned disused skating rinks and stale nightclubs into vibrant (and vibrating) dance clubs that thrived, at least until tastes shifted a few years later.

There was no escaping that sound thanks to “Saturday Night Fever.” The John Travolta movie was inspired by Nik Cohn’s New York magazine articleabout a Brooklyn kid who lived to show off his dance moves at a club in Bay Ridge. (It turns out Cohn’s article was not especially factual, and that really is another story, which you can read here.) The collection of songs from the movie held the world record for highest-selling soundtrack album for 15 years and has been added to the National Recording Registry in the Library of Congress for its “cultural significance.”

Disco touched just about everything. Even before “Saturday Night Fever” appeared, the disco beat and the symphony orchestra had been united in what some music lovers considered a forced marriage, namely, “A Fifth of Beethoven,” a record created by Walter Murphy, a New York City native who studied at the Manhattan School of Music. Murphy put a disco rhythm to the first movement of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. In fall of 1976, the record reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard Magazine’s Hot 100 chart of the nation’s most popular records.

But the disco-classical romance was not just a one-night stand. For it was this week back in 1982 that a disco single featuring famous themes by a dozen classical composers reached its pop chart zenith in the No. 10 position on Billboard’s Hot 100. “Hooked on Classics” was the name of the single and the album. The record had a high-pedigree name on the label — the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the one founded in 1946 by Sir Thomas Beecham. Meanwhile, the man behind “Hooked on Classics” was a British musician named Louis Clark. Clark made the arrangements and conducted the orchestra for the recording. Clark’s musicianship — if not his name — was already well-known in the pop world; he wrote string arrangements for signature recordings by rock group Electric Light Orchestra.

Two more “Hooked on Classics” albums followed. They had success, but neither reached the popularity of the initial album or the first single. However, Clark continued to attach catchy dance beats to great music. In 1997, he used Asian classical works as the basis of a “Hooked on” recording made with the Chinese Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra. More recently, Clark has turned his trick on its head, making orchestral arrangements of pop tunes by artists such as Phil Collins, ABBA and others.



Telstar – ASIN: B005GDGFXW – 1988

1. Symphony No. 5 [Beethoven]
7. Ode To Joy [Beethoven]


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