Score & Sound Masterworks are convenient, compact and value-priced study score/CD packs perfect for classical music enthusiasts and students. Follow along with the score as you listen to some of the world's great music. Discover which instruments are playing and in what combination, and admire the orchestration of a master composer. Publications in this series include an interesting article about the composition and history of the featured piece, a helpful reference addressing transposing instruments, and a glossary of musical terms used in the score. A monument of Western culture, Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C Minor may be the single best-known and recognized piece of classical music ever written. When Beethoven commenced work on his fifth symphony in 1806, his hearing loss was acute. The meaning of the fascinating four-note motive contained in this symphony has been widely debated, but this four-movement work may very well be testament to the composer's struggle and ultimate triumph over fate and adversity. The symphony continues today to reveal its timeless appeal, some two hundred years after its Vienna premiere.
Song List: ‧Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67
|古典作曲家||Beethoven L.V. 貝多芬|