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Fur Elise By Ludwig Van Beethoven

Fur Elise By Ludwig Van Beethoven

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  • 1. NAME : AZRUL SYAKIRIN BIN NOORDINADMIN NO. : 1106925ICLASS : T11
  • 2. Für Elise by Ludwig Van BeethovenLudwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827 ) Born in Bonn, Germany. Beethoven began piano and violin lessons with his father at a very young age. Went to Vienna, meet the great composer Mozart and Haydn. Beethoven learnt various style from them and he created his own style. Late 20s, he began to suffer from hearing loss. Age of 50, he had become completely deaf. A very successful composer. Composed romantic and classical music. 9 symphonies, 1 opera, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets and other solo instrument.
  • 3. Für Elise Therese Malfatti, Beethoven’s student. He fell in love with her. At one night, Beethoven wanted to propose marriage to her. So he composed a music especially for her. Für elise meaning ‘For Therese’. They were going to marry at that time but Thereses father objected. She was married in 1816 to Baron Von Drosdick.
  • 4. Music Analysis-Rhythm- Entire piece is in 3/8 time. The A and B sections of the piece consist of sixteenth notes. The sixteenth notes offer a spiraling quality to the melody. These sections are contrasted by the C, D and Transition sections: C : slower moving. 1st T : elaborates on C section. Increases the speed and enhances the spinning quality of the A and B sections. D : brings an immense contrast to all other sections by maintaining the sixteenth note drive in the bass while slowing down the rhythmic values. 2nd T : brings the listener back to spiraling feeling, this time using sixteenth note triplets.
  • 5. -Harmony- No voice. Only piano instrument. The melody consists of rises and falls. Melody line is in the repetition of the A and B sections throughout the piece. Key of A minor. The piece as a whole is generally tonal.-Tempo- Adagio, moderato and allegro at some part (restful, medium, lively and fast).-Dynamics- Piano, mezzo piano and mezzo forte (soft, moderate soft, moderate loud).-Tone Colour- Colour instrument are constant.
  • 6. -Structure Form- A A B A B A C 1ST T A B A D D’ 2ND T A B A• Written in a sectional form. 5 different sections (A, B, C, D and T) . Total 17 sections.• Begin and end with A section and alternates between various contrasting sections.• Most of the sections move directly back and forth between each other with the exception of the C and D sections. These sections move into a transitional passage before returning back to the main theme (A section).• Occasionally, Beethoven slightly altered the repeated sections as they progress through the piece.
  • 7. Popularity Of Für Elise Opera. People still hear this romantic music. People play this music with different kind of instrument. Example, using electric guitar, bass and drum instrument:
  • 8. Personal Response He express his feeling through music. Eventhough he became deaf, he still can composed such great music. Learnt how to compare different section of the music.

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