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Beethoven's Last Night CD, Import

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  • CD (11 avril 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004S7LI
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Overture
  2. Midnight
  3. Fate
  4. What Good This Deafness
  5. Mephistopheles
  6. What Is Eternal
  7. The Moment
  8. Vienna
  9. Mozart/Figaro
  10. The Dreams Of Candlelight
  11. Requiem (The Fifth)
  12. I'll Keep Your Secrets
  13. The Dark
  14. Fur Elise
  15. After The Fall
  16. A Last Illusion
  17. This Is Who You Are
  18. Beethoven
  19. Mephistopheles' Return
  20. Misery
  21. Who Is This Child
  22. A Final Dream

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Par Bianchimani Michel TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 9 novembre 2010
Format: CD
Après avoir composé une trilogie d'opéra rock et de chants de Noël , le groupe nous présence cette dernière nuit de Beethoven aux prises avec Mephistophelès venu réclamer son âme de compositeur !! Le compositeur acceptera t'il de la récupérer et de céder aux chantages de l'esprit malsain ??
Composé par Jon Oliva , on reconnait facilement la patte du fondateur de Savatage ,un peu trop parfois comme le morceau The Dark dont l'intro ressemble comme 2 gouttes de...sueur au morceau Chance sur l'album Handful Of Rain de Savatage . Pardonnons malgré tout ce léger détail puisque nous avons affaire là à un album de grande qualité ou les morceaux instrumentaux à tendance classique (on reconnaitra par exemple La sonate au clair de lune , la cinquième symphonie ou encore la Lettre à Elise et même le fameux Vol du bourdon sans oublier un petit clin d'oeil à Mozart ) succèdent aux parties chantées nous entrainant vers le destin tragique du compositeur de génie !! L'ambiance dramatique de cette ultime nuit est parfaitement restituée tout au long de compositions à tendance mélancolique vous l'aurez compris car il y a comme une odeur de souffre chez Beethoven en cette ultime nuit Viennoise !!
Une grande réussite donc que cet album qui devrait satisfaire tout de même un large public et que je conseille fortement aux amateurs de musique tout simplement !!
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je reprends l'adjectif " grandiloquent " mais dans le sens positif du terme pas comme pour le dernier Luca Turilli's Rhapsody. Puissance, maitrise dans les adaptations, tout est parfait. A qd un SAVATAGE de ce calibre ou supérieur ? J'en rêve.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bombastic, but fantastic. 13 avril 2000
Par J. T. Nite - Publié sur
Format: CD
To my great relief, TSO returns to form (and better) with Beethoven's Last Night. Their 1998 release, The Christmas Attic, was enjoyable but a let-down: it seemed like a rehash of their first album instead of a new idea.
But Beethoven's Last Night is something else altogether. Across 22 tracks (73 minutes of music), TSO unfolds the harrowing story of Beethoven's last night on earth, including remembrances of his love and life, deals with the devil, and the saving grace of Fate. Like most of O'Neil's writing for TSO and Savatage, it's a tear-jerker and bound to leave you with a smile on your face.
The songwriting is volcanic, bombastic but widely varied; the pounding heavy metal that introduces Requiem (The Fifth) is interrupted by a ghostly children's choir, creating a goosebump-inducing shock. I got chills up my spine at least five times during the course of the album. The musical asides - little bits of the Moonlight Sonata and countless others by Beethoven and Mozart, polyharmonic choral sections, a children's choir (only very briefly, don't worry) -- make for a rich, multilayered repeat listen.
The vocal performances are stunning in their perfection. Beethoven sings like an operatic baritone, Theresa veers between rock siren and delicate soprano, Mephistopheles sneers and rasps, Twist (Fate's deformed son) mocks and leers, and in the end Fate sings us to sleep with a simple, beautiful lullaby.
Paul O'Neil's songwriting can be uneven -- you wince a bit when he rhymes "dismembered/remembered" and "minute/in it," and intros a song with an 80's-power-ballad drum fill -- but he hits much more often than he misses, and the music and vocals are good enough to gloss over the rough patches.
Who is the market for this album? A heavy metal fan with a weakness for musical theater. A classical music fan who likes Andrew Lloyd Weber and can stand an electric guitar or two. Someone who isn't put off by serious emotion and high drama. And someone with a good attention span -- the album demands to be listened to all the way through reading along in the (20+ page)liner notes, at least once. Think of it as the soundtrack to the best Broadway musical/rock opera that never was. If you like the genre, you'll love this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beethoven's Last Night 8 novembre 2000
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Format: CD
If you don't end up crying by the end of this album, you have no heart! This CD is simply amazing! I love rock operas and concept albums, whether they be done by Savatage (who are pretty much the same guys that are in Trans-Siberian Orchestra but with one (and sometimes two) singers) Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Queensryche, Iced Earth, or the many other bands who have caught on to the idea. This has got to be The Rock Opera of all rock operas! I don't really feel like taking the time to tell you all what it's about, so I'll just say that it's about Beethoven's Last Night! The band intigrates a lot of Beethoven's music into the album wonderfully, though most of the music is original. Paul O'Neill is an extremely gifted lyricist and his lyrics shine on this album. This album is extremely moving and intelligent (which most music today lacks). There are very slow, emotional songs and some more upbeat ones, but this is a pretty steady album and really needs to be listened to from start to finish without interuptions. Highlights are: Mephistopheles, What Is Eternal, The Moment, The Dreams of Candlelight, Requiem (the Fifth), I'll Keep Your Secrets (my personal favorite on the album), Who Is This Child, and A Final Dream. This album is loaded with emotion, intelligence, and extreme talent. If you're into rock operas, progressive rock, or just thought-provoking music in general, I highly recommend this!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beethoven Would Be Proud 14 avril 2000
Par B. E. Nickerson - Publié sur
Format: CD
This has to be the best of my 350 CDs. This has almost a Broadway-esque sound to it. Yet the rock is not lost in the ballads and instrumentals. "What Is Eternal" "Vienna" and the other 20 tracks are among the best on the album. DO NOT PASS THIS ALBUM UP, YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPPOINTED. Jody Ashworth & Patti Russo (former Meat-Loaf vocalist) deserve 110% for their superior divine performances as Beethoven & Theresa on this album. Also, Jon Oliva portrays the devil (how fitting) and Guy Lemonnier plays a Young Beethoven. This album cobines the classical, unloosable genius of Beethoven & Mozart and the rough rock edge of the TSO. I take my hat off and lay in mud for Paul O'Neill & Robert Kinkell, who wrote all of the songs for this album. The music is unbelievable, the lyrics are powerful and emotional and the story is realistic enough to possibly be true. The TSO is definately the most gifted band ever to walk the face of the earth. sory Metallica, Beatles, and Led Zeppelin, but you've met your match. This album will remain a classic, I guarantee it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Beethoven in rock 9 septembre 2002
Par Zev Bazarov - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is a rock opera concept album. They use electric and acoustic guitars, violins, keyboards, and other classical instruments. Most of the songs are rock versions of Beethoven's work, or variations of them. All in all the music is well played, and recorded good. The actors voices are well sung with emotion. The story of this album is that Beethoven is feeling it is his time to pass on, right after he has completed his 10th Symphony. At that time the Devil comes and tells Beethoven he is to spend death in Hell for eternity, but he can change that if he gives all of his music to the Devil. Beethoven is then guided throughout his life, by Fate, to change whatever he wants so that he will not be damned to hell, and not have to give over his music. He sees both good and bad times, and how that has made him who he is. He sees that he should change nothing, because he would never have had the inspiration to create such great music. This is the message that throughout our lives, we are made of both the bad and the good, and that we would never be who we are now, unless we had the bad. It is up to us to choose if we will use the bad as an inspiration to bring joy and wondrous creations as Beethoven chose to do. At the end Beethoven and his Fate play a trick on the Devil, and he is able to pass on to bliss. The story is a fun one, and sends a positive message. Guitar work isn't too technical, but its interesting to hear Beethoven in rock. If your a fan of progressive rock, concept albums, or Beethoven, I would suggest you check this out, I'm sure you'd enjoy it. 4 stars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another outstanding Paul O'Neill rock opera 6 août 2000
Par Matt from - Publié sur
Format: CD
TSO follows up their two musically impressive and critically acclaimed Christmas albums in a culminating effort that brings us this completely original rock opera which tells the magnificent story of "what might have happened" on Beethoven's last night on Earth. Whereas the two Christmas albums had a background story that was tied together with the music on the album, this release is structured much more like a traditional rock opera or Broadway musical, with each different vocalist on the album taking on the role of a certain character. The vocal arrangements are stellar, with numerous hooks and tremendous variation, along with sufficient deviation of rhyming pattern as one might find in a typical musical. Musically, Beethoven's Last Night is perhaps "toned-down" a bit, having slightly less of a hard metal presence, and features only a handful of instrumental tracks on the 22 cut album instead of the 50/50 mix found on their earlier works. My biggest complaint on a very short list of them was that, as a rock opera, I wished that the album would have included a duet or two to allow greater, more emotional character interaction. I also felt some deviation away from the piano driven songs would have been nice - perhaps somehow working a folk guitar piece in there as they'd done with the previous albums. Nevertheless, as a growing fan of Broadway, and being one who has a tremendous appreciation for vocal performances, this was right up my alley and has become one of my favorite albums since my first listen.
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