Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

Just Listen

However, Turn it UP!!!

How can the people who produced this music, sink into the night, without a fight?

“Scream, shout, even cry, anything but this passionless dieing”

An die Freude

Lyrics of the Ode to Joy written by Frederich von Schiller, Chorus of 9th Simphony 4th Movement of Ludwig van Beethoven, with a little intro by itself. The Complete Ode to Joy as Edited by Frederich Schiller in 1785 is available here right now in German, English and Spanish.

Original Scores of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy

TOTALLY TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH

BARITONE
Oh friends, not these tones!
Let us raise our voices in more
pleasing and more joyful sounds!

ODE TO JOY (Friedrich Schiller)

BARITONE, QUARTET, AND CHORUS
Joy, beautiful spark of the gods,
Daughter of Elysium,
We enter fire imbibed,
Heavenly, thy sanctuary.

Thy magic reunites those
Whom stern custom has parted;
All men will become brothers
Under thy gentle wing.

May he who has had the fortune
To gain a true friend
And he who has won a noble wife
Join in our jubilation!

Yes, even if he calls but one soul
His own in all the world.
But he who has failed in this
Must steal away alone and in tears.

All the world’s creatures
Draw joy from nature’s breast;
Both the good and the evil
Follow her rose-strewn path.

She gave us kisses and wine
And a friend loyal unto death;
She gave lust for life to the lowliest,
And the Cherub stands before God.

TENOR SOLO AND CHORUS
Joyously, as his suns speed
Through Heaven’s glorious order,
Hasten, Brothers, on your way,
Exulting as a knight in victory.

CHORUS

Joy, beautiful spark of the gods,
Daughter of Elysium,
We enter fire imbibed,
Heavenly, thy sanctuary.

Be embraced, Millions!
This kiss for all the world!
Brothers!, above the starry canopy
A loving father must dwell.

Can you sense the Creator, world?
Seek him above the starry canopy.
Above the stars He must dwell.

Be embraced, Millions!
This kiss for all the world!
Brothers!, above the starry canopy
A loving father must dwell.

Can you sense the Creator, world?
Seek him above the starry canopy.
Above the stars He must dwell.

Joy, beautiful spark of the gods,
Daughter of Elysium,
We enter fire imbibed,
Heavenly, thy sanctuary.

Be embraced, Millions!
This kiss for all the world!
Brothers!, above the starry canopy
A loving father must dwell.

Can you sense the Creator, world?
Seek him above the starry canopy.
Above the stars He must dwell.

Be embraced, Millions!
This kiss for all the world!
Brothers!, above the starry canopy
A loving father must dwell.

Can you sense the Creator, world?
Seek him above the starry canopy.
Above the stars He must dwell.

Joy, daughter of Elysium
Thy magic reunites those
Whom stern custom has parted;
All men will become brothers
Under thy gentle wing.

Be embraced, Millions!
This kiss for all the world!
Brothers!, above the starry canopy
A loving father must dwell.

Joy, beautiful spark of Gods!,
Daughter of Elysium,
Joy, beatiful spark of Gods!.

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One response to “Just Listen

  1. AlmostMusicPhD October 13, 2008 at 9:01 pm

    I have sung this piece, (as the baritone Soloist) with a massed chorus and orchestra, and I find it tedious, boring ,and ultimately anti-white in that Beethoven is constantly used in the music classroom as the ‘model’ for the ‘enlightenment’ and the concept of the ‘brotherhood of man.’ Sorry, the Negro is not my brother, and neither is the Jew.

    I loathe this piece. I much prefer Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius as an oratorio, for at least there, the musical boundaries of the Elect and that of the Church are co-terminous!

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