Term Paper On Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

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Beethoven's Ninth SymphonyIt has been called the greatest audio entity onecould ever listen to; a song which can pierce the soul ofeven the most dedicated music-hater: Beethoven's NinthSymphony. Not only has it been designated thus; also, asone of the few truly divinely inspired works, one which mostmen can only marvel at, as they wallow in their appropriatehumility. These creations, however, are definitely not theonly aspects of entities beyond the scopes of men; there arefar more examples, which are seen every day, but oftenoverlooked.I was walking outside, with this song echoing in therecesses of my mind, on a dismal, overcast day in theAutumnal quarter, a day when where the streets ...view middle of the document...

Thiswas the startling and almost fearful, but still uplifting,part in which the female and male vocals collided like twohuge tidal waves with the power to splinter a fleet of shipswith the German Alle Menschen repeated several times. Uponthis onslaught of euphony, I turned from whatever I mighthave been thinking before, and looked at some violentlytwisting and rising leaves and other debris, and gazed atthe playful heavens, again ominous.Annoyed with Beethoven and the cruel elements, Istood there, unmoving; indecisive, not knowing whether toturn around or pursue my present course, I felt the excitedchorale still striking some unknown and inexplicable fearwithin me, as though some divine creature were about tostrike me down in some vehemence which lies well beyond therealms of verbal description. So, as the chorus continuedrepeating its faithful mantra, the winds again rose upstronger than before, as twigs began to snap and fall aboutme; I was still, yet deeply moved.Perplexed at the whimsy antics of nature, I wasabout to retreat to my home, when, in the remarkablesymphony, a single male vocal broke through the complicatedentanglement of godly voices, and I, despite the protests ofmy superego, decided to continue on with some alien, renewedvigor against the gusty weather, as though I were the bearerof news about the winner of a war or some other momentousaftermath. At this, as though impressed with my displayof...

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