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From Classical to Awesome
Transcript of From Classical to Awesome
To Awesome !!!!!!
Started Composing at The age of 4
Johann Christoph Bach
Franz Joseph Haydn
Giovanni Battista Martini
Born in Salzburg, Austria
The Marriage of Figaro
Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band
A fifth of Beethoven
The Magic Flute
Mass in C Minor
Cause of death still unknown
Piano Sonata No. 16 K545
Died Before finishing the "Requiem"
Rock me Amadeus
Born in Bonn, Germany
• Franz Joseph Haydn
Began to lose hearing in 1796
Funeral attended by 20,000 people
•He had to have people write down what their questions in a conversation and he would answer them orally
• Mass in C major
• Missa Solemnis
By Noah Hirschbein
played every instrument himself! (almost)
is classical music extinct?
Released in 1986
It can put you in a good mood
It draws out your feelings
It's all around us
Classical music is all around us!
Let's start with
Now comes another "Bill and Ted" musical movie clip moment
There was once an awesome Austrian who wrote a classic...
and its not Mozart
(but it is about him)
This song, a "funky version of Beethoven's Fifth symphony, was used in the 1977 disco film "Saturday Night Fever"
founded in 1993
combine classical, orchestra, progressive, rock, and heavy metal!!!
here is their version of beethoven's 5th symphony...
Ride of the Valkyries
now listen for it in this nissan commercial...
(this most excellent movie was the inspiration for this project! It's about 2 students who travel through time to do their history project. along the way they meet a famous musician...)
what happens when Beethoven gets to play an electric synthesizer???
Falco became the first german-speaking artist with a #1 hit in the U.S.
original music video
Falco, "Rock me Amadeus"
American remix, "Rock me Amadeus"
inspired by the movie: "Amadeus"
now, back to
"A fifth of Beethoven
then turn them upside down!!!