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Posted: 02/28/06 07:35 AM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and "Rock me Amadeus"
I have been searching for YEARS!!!
In the late 80's or early 90's there was a song out that was set to part of Beethoven?s 5Th (I think). It was very upbeat. There was a man in a low raspy voice giving a synopsis(sp) of the life of Beethoven. It starts out the same as this: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37: Allegro con brio.
It has a strong bass beat and likie I have said, someone is telling the story of Beethovens life. He is speaking with a low rasy sounding voice.

Please help!! Its driving me nuts! And as an unfortunate side effect, my wife as well.
Thanks!!


Posted: 03/30/06 08:56 PM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
TTT Please Help!!
Posted: 06/21/06 05:15 PM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
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Posted: 07/30/06 04:58 PM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
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Posted: 09/05/06 09:31 PM
Author: Wu
Location: UK
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
Are you sure its Beethoven? It could be Jeff Wayne's "Eve of War" from "War of the Worlds". There was a dance remix by Ben Liebrand featuring the voice of Richard Burton. There's a sample clip here...
http://shopping.yahoo.com/p:War of the Worlds:1921155817

Disc 3 Track 14

Wu
Posted: 09/06/06 09:37 PM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
No, Thats still not it but thank you very much for the response. That song is pretty cool. I may have to check into getting that.
Posted: 12/15/06 08:22 AM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
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Posted: 06/14/07 08:20 PM
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Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
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Posted: 06/15/07 12:57 AM
Author: Dan
Location: Claybricks
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
More information is needed to identify this song.

Where did you originally hear this song...was it Texas?

Did you hear this song in a club or on the radio?

Did you see a music video?

How would you best describe this song? Dance, Pop, Rock etc

It's really important to pinpoint the year. What other songs were playing on the radio the same time you heard the Beethoven song.



Dan
Posted: 06/15/07 08:24 AM
Author: Rattlebrain
Location: TEXAS
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''
The first time I heard it, was in 90 or 91. It was on a cd of other classical songs that had been remixed with a I guess you could call a techno twist and a rap style bass line. I cannot remember the name of the CD. What I have stuck in my head is "Classics to the Beat" or "Classics with a beat" but I have searched and searched and found nothing. I dont recal hearing it on the radio but I cant be positive to that. A friend of mine had a Casset single (remember those?) of the song as well. It seems like it had a cartooned picture of Beethoven wearing sunglasses and head phones. It is not part of the "hooked on classics" series. Been down that street. I dont have much more info than that. This has been driving me nuts for literaly years. If I happen to think of any more details, I'll post them. Thanks for trying!!!!!
Posted: 06/15/07 04:41 PM
Author: Dan
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Song about Beethoven: Not Falco and ''Rock me Amadeus''


CLASSICS With A Beat!

?????

Links

Link

and here

and here too


Dan

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