Beethoven Symphony No. 9 - Mvt. 4 - Barenboim/West-Eastern Divan Orchestra
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William Blake Paintings
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William Blake: The Tyger
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Beethoven vs. Steibelt
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Beethoven - Triple Concerto - Chorfantasie
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Beethoven's Tempest Sonata mvt. 3 -- Wilhelm Kempff
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven.
Ludwig van Beethoven - The immortal Beethoven (1 of 15)
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William Blake
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Bernstein on Beethoven
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Ludwig van Beethoven - String quartets
Alban Berg playing Beethoven Quartets.
Ludwig van Beethoven - Ode to Joy--Bernstein intro
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Pastoral
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Ludwig van Beethoven - The great symphonies-Patetica
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