Ludwig (Luigi) van Beethoven: Ninth symphony (after Schiller, Ode to Joy)

This page plays part of the of the Ninth Symphony of Luigi (as he preferred to be called) van Beethoven. It is the well known part of the final movement, inspired by Schiller's "Ode to Joy".

The organ is a virtual organ and is that of St. Anne's church in Moseley, which is near Birmingham in the UK.
This organ has 23 stops in four manual divisions, and 9 stops in its pedal division. Although fully modelled, the virtual organ has only two manuals, but all stops are present with 5 combination pistons and couplers.
The arrangement is by the performer, and is improvised.
Click on the Player controls to play the performance.

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Part of the final movement, Ninth symphony
Luigi van Beethoven (1771-1823)