мое тело тает говорит о том, что я еду на огромном койоте меня видно с небес моя подруга - небо из плоти на локте чёрный крест сам догадайся, как тут не падать у меня есть койот там у меня снег, а не пламя тает все тело, как лёд я оставил разум в горах летая как самолёт на самый свежий фон и я на нём аномальный, как сорт
all his main hits, all the big ones, yeah... yeah...
totally deaf, in't he? I'm a musician myself, and all those... stuff he came up with– I don't think he could've done better if he could've heard what he was playing... in my opinion.
"Nannette Streicher has been marginalized by history, but she was one of Europe’s finest keyboard manufacturers." ... "Over the next 18 months, Beethoven wrote Nannette over 60 letters, ordering her to take care of his laundry, mend his socks and buy groceries, dusters and shoe polish." ... (NYT, The Woman Who Built Beethoven’s Pianos, Nov. 6) ... more quotes: last DOT fm/user/Erkan-Yilmaz/shoutbox/27627078:shoutbox:d6f6d3ca-ae36-4e1f-9aba-cdf64c02187f
Is someone attending this? ... "The latest results of the #bebeethoven project will be presented from October 16 to 24, 2020 in Bonn in strict observance of measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus." (DW, Searching for the spirit of Beethoven: #bebeethoven, Oct. 14) ... last DOT fm/user/Erkan-Yilmaz/shoutbox/27627078:shoutbox:b7137284-bf95-4731-9b74-f173ac28d663
McClary? I think she just suggested that it might be interpreted that way for arguably interesting reasons (also arguably shit reasons). Seems a bit farfetched to me though, as a man. Of course, I imagine people would probably jump on this and take it one step further and assert that "sonata form is sexist". I'm not attempting to argue against that. Regardless, if it even could be shown to be true, I don't think that's necessarily a reason to suggest anyone should stop performing Beethoven. In fact, attempting to do so might probably result in problems no one wants.
Even suggesting that it might be interpreted that way is completely stupid and shows a blatant lack of music theory knowledge given the enormous number of monothematic and three-time sonata forms in the repertoire (amongst others works by Beethoven!).
dude c'mon, where have you seen "feminists" "recently" asking for that shit, because afaik it was one (1) harebrained scholar in the 90s - 30 years ago - doing some very questionable analysis and that's it. even then, i don't recall susan mcclary asking for beethoven to stop being performed, ever. you know "feminists" are not a hive mind and there was - and still are - several objections and criticisms of mcclary's work even among feminist circles, right?
Has someone seen the new documentary about Beethoven from Deutsche Welle that started to air yesterday? ... Part 2 will be on September 23 ... "The film is the final installment of a 3-part film series released on the occasion of Beethoven's 250th birthday. The previous DW films are Beethoven's Ninth: Symphony for the World + The Sound of Nature." ... Info/quotes here: last DOT fm/user/Erkan-Yilmaz/shoutbox/27627078:shoutbox:ff28ba6e-b947-4e97-ac6c-cf6a60e20c37