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The secrets of the worlds most famous symphony - Hanako Sawada


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Categories: Fine Arts   |   Music   |   Society / Culture   |   Social Science  
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Discover what makes Ludwig van Beethovens Symphony Number Five a musical masterpiece, and uncover the story behind its inception.


Eight ferocious notes open one of the most explosive pieces of music ever composed. Ludwig van Beethovens Symphony Number Five premiered in 1808, and quickly won acclaim. Its central motif and raw emotionality have continued to resound through the ages. So what exactly makes Beethovens Fifth so captivating? Hanako Sawada uncovers the story behind this musical masterpiece.

Lesson by Hanako Sawada, directed by Yael Reisfeld.

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