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Ode To Freedom. Beethoven's 9th - Leonard Bernstein - The Celebration Concert
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Type.................: Concert
More Info............: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FVQUNK/ref=s9subs_c3_img1-rfc_g1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=0V6RZG29MTJJDCGMFKTQ&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=278240301&pf_rd_i=507846
Part Size............: 15M
Number of Parts......: 64
Compression Format...: RAR
File Validation......: SFV

Title................: Ode To Freedom. beethovenn 9th
Artist...............: Leonard Bernstein
Year.................: 1989/Dvd 2006
Genre................: Classical
Type.................: Live
Duration.............: 0:93:00

Audio Format.........: MP3
Bitrate..............: 128
Hz...................: 48,000
Channels.............: 2
Source...............: DVD

Video Format.........: DivX ;-)
Video Bitrate........: 433
Resolution...........: 720 x 480 (1.50:1)
FPS..................: 29.97
Genre................: Musical Concert
IMDb Rating..........: n/a
Movie Information....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0991268/
CD1 Size.............: 900 Mb

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Posted on............: 7/23/2008

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The Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989. On Christmas Day 1989, only six weeks
later, due to the organizational skills of Leonard Bernstein (and others) an
historic concert of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony was given in the Schauspielhaus
in the former East Berlin with instrumentalists and singers from a number of
different countries. These included orchestra members from the Bavarian Radio
Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Orchestra of the Kirov Theater of
Leningrad, the London Symphony, the New York Philharmonic and the Orchestre de
Paris. The choruses were those of Bavarian and Berlin Radio as well as,
unusually, the Children's Choir of the Philharmonie Dresden. Soloists were June
Anderson (soprano, American), Sarah Walker (mezzo, British), Klaus König (tenor,
German) and Jan-Hendrik Rootering (bass, Dutch). The concert was broadcast all
over the world and the crowd in the plaza outside the Schauspielhaus could be
also seen watching the event on television. I remember seeing the event but
strangely remember it as having been an outdoors concert; obviously, I was
mostly remembering that joyous crowd of Berliners outside the hall. One could
see them and the audience inside the hall hugging in celebration of the event
and of the new-found ability of citizens of the two Germanys to mix with each
other again.

The thing that most people remember about this performance is that Bernstein had
asked the choruses and soloists to substitute the word 'Freiheit' ('Freedom')
for Schiller's word 'Freude' ('Joy') so that the fourth movement of the symphony
became an 'Ode to Freedom.' (There is a comment in the DVD booklet suggesting
that 'Freiheit' was what Schiller had wanted to use but hadn't because of
political trends of the time. As I understand it, there is fairly flimsy
evidence for that notion.)

As a performance it is typical late Bernstein. The camera focuses on him quite a
lot -- and he already looks tired and sick, but joyful, too, and indeed he died
only ten months later. But there is no flagging in his conducting. Like many of
his later performances, this one is slower than earlier performances. The third
movement particularly is exceedingly slow, but it is also exceedingly
beautifully played and is quite moving. Of note is that the combined orchestras'
principal winds (and, I believe, brass) exchanged places between the second and
third movements. One saw them trading chairs and shaking hands as they did so.
Stanley Drucker, the NYPO's principal clarinet, played like an angel in the
third movement.

This performance had been released on VHS in 1991 but this is its first
appearance on DVD. Video and sound are of their period and quite acceptable, as
is the overall performance musically. I suspect most people who buy this DVD
will do so because of its historical value.

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