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The tousle-headed Beethoven is sitting at the piano, surrounded by my famous professors Šulek, Janigro, Sachs, Marijan Feller, Mladen Bašić, Josip Nochta. It happens on the porch of the house in Ilica 34 [in Zagreb], through the large windows you

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Philharmonic Orchestra remained a semi­professional ensemble until its re­estab­ lishment in 1948. 3 BEETHOVEN’S WORKS IN THE REPERTOIRE OF THE SARAJEVO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA From its establishment to the outbreak of World War II, the Sarajevo Philharmonic

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1 INTRODUCTION The main objective of this paper is to analyze Beethoven’s musical heritage in the local urban environment of Skopje, considering the relationship between music and memory about the city. For that purpose, I use an interdisciplinary

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1 THE MUSICAL SCENE IN BELGRADE AT THE TIME OF THE PREMIERE OF BEETHOVEN’S NINTH SYMPHONY The premiere of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in Belgrade took place in 1910, at the initiative of composer and conductor Stanislav Binički. 1 Soon after his

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segments of contemporary musical life: Bartha (1908–1993) was a musicologist, Nádor (1882–1944) a successful operetta composer, while Dohnányi (1877–1960) was a “serious” composer, pianist and conductor – an outstanding figure of twentieth-century Beethoven

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orchestral works, including some of Beethoven’s symphonies. Table 1 Orchestra of the Pest National Theater, 1838–1853 Vl 1 Vl 2 Va Vlc Cb Fl Picc Ob Cl Fg Cor Trp Trb Oph Timp Gr C Trg Hrp All 1838 3 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 29 1839 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 1

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1 INTRODUCTION This paper will shed light on the reception of works by Ludwig van Beethoven during part of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and more specifically from the time of the establishment of the two biggest cultural organizations

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1 INTRODUCTION 1 The presence and perception of Beethoven’s creativity in the Habsburg Carniola (today Slovenia) have a long history, and are inherently connected to the activities of the Philharmonic Society in Ljubljana, founded in 1794. Even

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In cultivating musical theater, the urban elite adopted models from the aristocratic theater, modified its contents and created its own version with shared codes. 1 With respect to the reception of Beethoven’s works, his Missa solemnis in D major

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1 BEETHOVEN’S MUSIC IN THE TERRITORY OF THE PRESENT-DAY ROMANIA: FROM THE 1840S TO THE 1860S The inhabitants of today’s Romania became familiar with Beethoven’s œuvre as early as the first decades of the nineteenth century. In Transylvania and the

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