Beethoven’s 5th: The Animated Score

On Friday, we gave you this animated piece that shows the genius of Bach. Now, we give you an animated score of Beethoven’s 5th, and here you can find a chart that explains what the colors in the score mean. Essentially each color represents a particular instrument. Get the chart here, and don’t forget that you can find more free classical music in our Music Podcast Collection. (We’ve added this clip to our YouTube Favorites.)

via The Daily Dish



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  1. Paul Cobbaut says . . . | September 25, 2009 / 2:42 am

    nice! Reminds of the visualization of Beethovens 5th on the Gravis Ultrasound (beginning nineties).
    It looked similar like this youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEYseaH4elM#t=1m30s (Beethovens 5th was nicer though!)

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