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Symphony No. 9, Opus 125 - IV. Finale: Ode to Joy (accompaniment part) Beethoven — Piano Sheet Music

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Piano

Difficulty

Very easy

Accompaniment

Piano accompaniment

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Composer

Beethoven

Song title

Symphony No. 9, Opus 125 - IV. Finale: Ode to Joy (accompaniment part)

Instrument

Piano

Difficulty

Very easy

Accompaniment

Piano accompaniment

Music style

Classical music

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) is one of the most influential composers of all time. Although he was a classical composer, he greatly influenced the Romantic period (1830-1900).

In his lifetime, he wrote nine symphonies. Ode to Joy is part of Beethoven's ninth and last symphony, one of his most iconic works. It was written between 1822 and 1824, and is often referred to as the 'choral' symphony. Ode to Joy is the fourth movement in the symphony and it is played by an orchestra, four vocal soloists and a choir. The words of the piece are taken from a poem by Friedrich Schiller (1785).

This piece has become a symbol of hope and unity, and is the official anthem of the European Union.

The key to playing this piano sheet music is balance: the right hand is made up of thirds, so it's important to make sure the melody sings out.

Play the piano sheet music for Ode to Joy, set at a very easy level. This sheet music is the piano accompaniment part.

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