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Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 / Klaus Mäkelä / Oslo Philharmonic

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Watch the Oslo Philharmonic with conductor Klaus Mäkelä perform Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in Oslo Concert Hall on 4th January 2019.

Soloists:
Lauren Fagan, soprano
Hanna Hipp, mezzo soprano
Tuomas Katajala, tenor
Shenyang, bass-baritone

Oslo Philharmonic Choir (conductor: Øystein Fevang)

Klaus Mäkelä will be Oslo Philharmonic's chief conductor from August 2020.

Sound production: NRK
Music Producer: Krzysztof Drab
Recording engineers: Elisabeth Sommernes and Marit Askeland


Video production: Trippel-M Levende Bilder

Colorist: Joachim Nilsen, Storyline
EIC: Even Øverby
Director: Patrick Bakkland Gjerde
AD: Kamilla Follevåg

Camera crew:
Øyvind Sandnes
Simen Bredesen
Anne Grethe Olavsdatter Vold
Aslak Woo Ravlum





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That feeling when you casually fall into a youtube recommendation spiral and wind up with your head in your hands weeping for the cruel beauty of the human condition

Author — Andrew Wiemken

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Bravo!!! Such a captivating performance of the Beethoven 9. The video production quality is excellent too!

Author — HalcyonMusic / ハルシオン Anime Piano Covers

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00:00 Primeiro movimento
16:07 segundo movimento
30:20 Terçeiro movimento, este em especial, ADMIRÁVEL!
43:52 Quarto movimento

Author — César lima

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This lockdown has changed me a lot, I started to listen to classical music and it is making my mind pure and giving me a lot of energy

Author — Dvr Murthy

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Shostakovich is now conducting Beethoven symphonies. Nice.

Author — Takuto K

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so much action, calmness, and sadness all in one song truly a masterpiece that will give you an amazing dream.

Author — Lawrence Manning

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10/10 videography.
10/10 sound design.
10/10 conductor.
10/10 experience.

Author — Bartholomew Dan

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Klaus Makela is 24 years old...and conducting the Oslo Philharmonic...there's a bright future for him no doubt!

Author — Benji Pister

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0:42 Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
16:10 Molto vivace - Presto
30:23 Adagio molto e cantabile - Andante moderato - Andante

Timestamps for Finale:
"Movement" 1
43:55 Presto
46:33 Ode to Joy [Orchestral]
49:53 Presto
50:53 Ode to Joy (Freude, schöner Götterfunken) [Choral 1]
"Movement" 2
53:25 Allegro molto assai (Froh, wie seine Sonnen fliegen) [Turkish March]
56:33 Ode to Joy (Freude, schöner Götterfunken) [Choral 2]
"Movement" 3
57:23 Andante maestoso (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!)
58:56 Adagio ma non troppo (Ihr stürzt nieder, Millionen?)
"Movement" 4
1:00:41 Allegro energico (Fugue on "Freude" and "Seid umschlungen" themes)
1:02:56 Allegro ma non tanto (Freude, Tochter aus Elysium)
1:04:18 Poco adagio (Alle Menschen werden Brüder)
1:05:12 Poco Allegro — Prestissimo (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!)

Author — Thomas Daley

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This performance has energy and is technically solid but what amazed me the most is how engaged the musicians are. This not your average orchestra with a bunch of stuck up old people who are just playing a concert. These musicians are engaged with the music and obviously care about their craft. This is refreshing to see and I hope to see the rest of the western art music world follow their lead.

Author — Bailey Yates

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He's the youngest old man I've ever seen

Author — Beau Nakamori

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A solid, coherent, and energetic performance of the 9th symphony with the Oslo Philharmonic, and in 4k! for free?! meanwhile the Berlin Philharmonic is charging 150 euros for a 12 month pass for their digital concert hall. And nearly half of their concert archive isn't even in true HD. What the Olso Philharmonic is doing here is what I call: doing art for art's sake.

Author — Douglas Kelly

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Spectacular performance, rated number one by this 77 year old. Thanks to the videographer it's possible to see the complexity of the masterpiece and experience the passion in performance. Just an exceptional performance. Thanks for posting.

Author — Frank Brescher

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Quel splendide orchestre...quelle belle prestation. On est transporté au bout des notes de tous ces musiciens ! Et le chef... quelle maîtrise du haut de sa vingtaine d’année. Magnifique. Merci

Author — Marc Bruggemans

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Assistir e ouvir esse espetáculo é como um presente. Um verdadeiro bálsamo, em um momento em que tantas coisas ruins acontecem no Brasil (140 mil mortos na pandemia SARS COVID-19 além da tragédia ambiental) Agradeço esse momento de conforto e paz. Parabéns ao maestro Klaus Mäkelä e a Oslo Philarmônica.

Author — Claudia Sales

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The first flute and the timpanist deserve a special standing ovation as well, probably the hardest working musicians in this epic gruelling masterpiece, perfectly conducted this night.

Author — auacur

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Professional musicians are so valuable. Long live the orchestra.

Author — hds3

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Ok YouTube, I would gladly sit through 7 ads at the beginning if it meant not being interrupted in the middle of a symphony!

Author — Becca B

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A mais fiel demonstração divina se houvesse

Author — João Batista

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Increíble que Klaus siendo tan joven sea director de la orquesta. Sin duda una persona muy brillante.

Author — Rod Ald