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  • Gabrielcurtis

    Is motivating to know that! haha. It's hard to learn the language alone: D.

    2 Mar 11:56 Rispondi
  • Gabrielcurtis

    know you do not remember, haha. But okay, Hello again c :. Sorry for possible errors in writing. I would like to add a comment about your library. It is small but tasteful :)

    22 Feb 9:52 Rispondi
  • Gabrielcurtis

    hello, do you remember me? the guy trying to talk to you in English earlier message. hahahaha

    17 Feb 7:43 Rispondi
  • nicolasbj

    Hi :) Just in love with the IX. which I should listen next? I remember you told me the V.

    22 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • nicolasbj

    This is just like the discussion about "how to watch" Star Wars saga: I-VI ; IV-VI I-III ; IV-V I-III VI xD. So, about Beethoven I will proceed as you suggested: IX then I-VIII. :)

    18 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • nicolasbj

    Thank you for answer :). I should start from the last symphony in reverse order listening one by one to the first (someone told me this) or just chronologically? I ask you because it's too much music (strings, pianos, symphonies, etc. I have at least 12GB from Beethoven) and I don't know how to go through his music without getting lost.

    18 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • nicolasbj

    "I love Beethoven more than anything. That's basically all you need to know". Hi. wich "album" should I start? the ninth? :)

    14 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • cinnamon_tree

    Greetings from Poland, I love your taste :D

    4 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • shangoyal

    I really think you should check out some of Bach's keyboard music played by Glenn Gould (if you haven't yet!)... it's really great. :)

    11 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • shangoyal

    The Cranberries, nice!

    17 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • nadialesa

    Beethoven, Bach and Vivaldi. Wow! What an amazing collection! Greetings.

    23 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • sinonio

    Hi there , I am glad to join the group :)

    20 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • shangoyal

    that sounds great. :)

    13 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • shangoyal

    the 3rd.

    13 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • shangoyal

    hey, I've been watching the X-files these days, and it's awesome. I see you are a fan too... :)

    12 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • YoungAndFamous

    I saw your photo on Flickr, the statue of Beethoven in Bonn, and is fabulous. Thanks for sharing :)

    9 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • stupidstuff

    Are you still watching DS9? Voyager is my favorite Star Trek... but they're all good as far as I'm concerned. And do you agree yet that Garek rules all? ;-D

    7 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • MisanthropyGod

    Thanks for the warm welcome!

    29 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • AldoTheApache

    Hey, no problem! Glad to be a part of the group!

    27 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • TylerSymes

    Oh. Like breaking bad (writers on x files wrote/made that show).

    21 Gen 2014 Rispondi
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Descrizione

I love Beethoven more than anything. That's basically all you need to know. ;)

"I like these calm little moments before the storm. It reminds me of Beethoven". - Stansfield from Leon: The Professional

It had been a wonderful evening and what I needed now, to give it the perfect ending, was a little of the Ludwig Van. - Alex from A Clockwork Orange

I love music (obviously), reading books, watching movies, photographing, painting, drawing and many other things. I'm listening to Beethoven more than it's healthy, but I don't care. xD And Kelemvor is much responsible for it. ;)

I've also seen/heard live something:

Aerosmith at Skonto Stadions, Riga (July, 2007)
Metallica at Skonto Stadions, Riga (July 20, 2008)
Beethoven's Third Symphony at Lielā Ģilde (December, 2009)
Rammstein at Arēna Rīga (March 4, 2010)
Opera "Wherther" by Jules Massenet at Latvian National Opera (December 15, 2010)
Beethoven's Mass in C Major at Sv. Jāņa baznīca (February, 2012)
Opera "La Boheme" by Puccini at Latvian National Opera (March, 2012)
Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana" at Rīgas Rātslaukums (August, 2012)
Bach's "Magnificat" at Torņkalna baznīca (28th December, 2012)
Beethoven's 9th symphony at Tonhalle, Dusseldorf, Germany (December 31st, 2013)
Beethoven's String quartet Op. 131 at Mazā Ģilde (Rīga, September 26th, 2014)
"Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent."
- Victor Hugo
"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."
- Aldous Huxley
"Without music, life would be a mistake."
- Friedrich Nietzsche
"Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything."
- Plato
"Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy."
- Ludwig van Beethoven
"Music doesn't lie. If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music."
- Jimi Hendrix


''And then I asked him with my eyes to ask again yes and then he asked me would I yes and his heart was going like mad and yes I said yes I will yes.''
- James Joyce - ''Ulysses''

I don't own any groups here on last.fm, but I'm very proud co-owner/moderator of these three groups:
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony;
Ludwig van Beethoven is our top artist;
Classic Rock

Ludwig van Beethoven

R.I.P. (16.12.1770. - 25.03.1827.)


The only musician that can make me cry, because his symphonies are so amazingly beautiful! Also, the most inspiring music for me. I could listen to his Ninth non-stop all the time, every day - that's how great he is. He was a master of his time, it feels like God himself wrote music through Beethoven! Genius!
"Those, who understands my music will never be unhappy again. "Highlights: To be honest, there are too much highlights, but some of them are definitely these:
Ninth symphony;
Missa Solemnis;
Kreutzer sonata for violin and piano;
Great Fugue op.133 (original ending for String quartet op.130);
Waldstein sonata for piano;
Appassionata sonata for piano;
"Harp" String Quartet op.74;
Third symphony "Eroica";
Sixth symphony "Pastorale";
10th symphony (unfinished);
etc, etc, etc,No composer has ever lived who speaks so directly to so many people, to young and old, educated and ignorant, amateur and professional, sophisticated, naive... and to all these people of all classes, nationalities and racial backgrounds this music speaks a universality of thought, of human brotherhood, freedom and love. In this Ninth Symphony for example, where Beethoven has set Schiller's Ode to Joy in the Finale, the music goes so far beyond the poem, it gives far greater dimension and vital energy and artistic sparks to these quaint, old lines of Schiller: "Alle Menschen werden Brüder" - "All men become brothers", "Seid umschlungen, Millionen" - "Be embraced, millions", "Ahnest du den Schöpfer, Welt?" - "Oh world, do you sense the Creator?". In other words, this music succeeds even with those people for whom organized religion fails, because it conveys a spirit of godhead and sublimity in the freest and least doctrinal way. That was typical of Beethoven. It has purity and directness of communication which never becomes banal. It's accessible without being ordinary. This is the magic that no amount of talk can explain. But perhaps, there was in Beethoven, the man, a child inside that never grew up, that to the end of his life remained a creature of grace and innocence and trust, even in his moments of greatest despair. And that innocent spirit speaks to us of hope and future and immortality. And it's for that reason that we love his music now more than ever before. In this time of world agony and hopelessness and helplessness, we love his music and we need it. As despairing as we may be, we cannot listen to this Ninth Symphony without emerging from it changed, enriched, encouraged. And to the man who could give the world so precious a gift as this, no honour can be too great and no celebration joyful enough. It's almost like celebrating the birthday of music itself.
- Leonard Bernstein speaking about Beethoven's Ninth symphony


Phil Lynott
R.I.P (20.08.1949. - 04.01.1986.)

""The father of Irish rock will always be remembered for his enthusiasm, for the loyalty he showed to his friends and his ability to inspire others to break the system and get through it, as he had done himself."
-Fr. Brian Darcy's words during Philip's funeral mass January 1986."
Highlight song: Thin Lizzy - Black Rose

Syd Barrett
R.I.P (06.01.1946. - 07.07.2006.)

"I think young people should have a lot of fun. But I never seem to have any. "Highlight song: Syd Barrett - Opel

"Much as you try to bury it, the truth is out there. Greater than your lies the truth wants to be known. You will know it. It’ll come to you. As it has come to me. Faster than the speed of light."
"It has been said that astronomy is a humbling and character-building experience. There is perhaps no better demonstration of the folly of human conceits than this distant image of our tiny world. To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known." - Carl Sagan


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