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Beethoven's Last Night
Artist: Trans-Siberian Orch
UPC: 00075678331923
Label: Atlantic/Q Records
Genre: Popular Music
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Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: April 2000
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.25 lbs
Track Listing
1 Overture
2 Dreams of Candlelight, The
3 Requiem (The Filth)
4 I'll Keep Your Secrets
5 Dark, The
6 Fr Elise
7 After the Fall
8 Last Illusion, A
9 This Is Who You Are
10 Beethovan
11 Mephistopheles' Return
12 Midnight
13 Misery
14 Who Is This Child
15 Final Dream, A
16 Fate
17 What Good This Deafness
18 Mephistopheles
19 What Is Eternal
20 Moment, The
21 Vienna
22 Mozart
Release Date : 04/11/2000
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Rock & Pop
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 72 minutes 59 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : BEETHOVEN'S LAST NIGHT is a rock opera conceived by Paul O'Neill. Personnel includes: Jon Oliva (vocals, piano, keyboards, bass); Patti Russo, Jody Ashworth, Guy Lemmonnier, Jamie Torcellini, Sylvia Tosun, Zak Stevens, Dave Diamond, Doug Thoms (vocals); Paul O'Neill (acoustic & electric guitars); Dave Wittman (guitar, bass, drums); Al Pitrelli (guitar, bass); Chris Caffery (guitar); Todd Reynolds, Paul Reynolds, Paul Woodiel, Mary Rowell, Laura Seaton-Finn, Denise Stillwell (violin); Mark Wood, Mark Ferris (viola); Gary Yellin, Jonas Tauber, Dorothy Lawson (cello); Robert Kinkel (piano, keyboards); Johnny Lee Middleton (bass); Jeff Plate (drums); Danielle Landherr, Marni Elliot, Sylvia Tosun, Robert Kinkel, Christian James, Jacob Ashworth, Evan Maltby, Sebastian Perez, Caroline Ross (background vocals). Recorded at Soundtracks, Stellar Productions & Studio 900, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Paul O'Neill. Personnel: Guy Lemonnier, Doug Thoms, Jody Ashworth, Sylvia Tosun (vocals, background vocals); Jamie Torcellini, Dave Diamond, Patti Russo, Zachary Stevens (vocals); Al Pitrelli (guitar, bass guitar); Dave Wittman (guitar, drums); Chris Caffery (guitar); Paul O'Neill (acoustic guitar); Denise Stillwell, Mary L. Rowell, Todd Reynolds , Laura Seaton, Paul Woodiel (violin); Mark Ferris, Mark Wood (viola); Garo Yellin, Jonas Tauber, Dorothy Lawson (cello); Jon Oliva (piano, keyboards, bass guitar, background vocals); Robert Kinkel (piano, keyboards, background vocals); Christian James, Danielle Landherr, Marni Elliott (background vocals). Recording information: Soundtracks New York City. Arrangers: Paul O'Neill; Robert Kinkel. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra's first non-holiday-themed album, Beethoven's Last Night, incorporates some of the composer's most noted pieces with original ones that peer into Beethoven's psyche. Pieces like "What Is Eternal," "What Good This Deafness," and "Last Illusion" update Beethoven's dramatic, portentous style, while "Requiem (the Fifth)" and "Fur Elise" lend themselves surprisingly well to the orchestra's stylized fusion of classical and rock music. Fans of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's other work won't be disappointed by Beethoven's Last Night's theatrical, orchestral song cycle. ~ Heather Phares