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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicClassical · 1 decade ago

whats that Beethoven song?

That song that some pplz have as a ringtone..

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dan dan dan daaaannnn

da da da dan da da da dan

u no what i mean plz help emergency!

Update:

noo not fur elise.....ugh this is bothering me! i cant remember! its sorta scary sounding...

dan dan dan daaaaannnn

dan dan dan daaaaaannn

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  • mac
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    Beethoven's 5th Symphony in c

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Beethoven Song

  • 1 decade ago

    It is Beethoven's Symphony No.5 in C minor... and it is NOT a song.

  • 6 years ago

    The Symphony No. 5 in C minor of Ludwig van Beethoven, Op. 67, was written 1804–1808. It is one of the best-known compositions in classical music, and one of the most frequently played symphonies. First performed in Vienna's Theater an der Wien in 1808, the work achieved its prodigious reputation soon afterward. E. T. A. Hoffmann described the symphony as "one of the most important works of the time".

    It begins by stating a distinctive four-note "short-short-short-long" motif twice:

    The symphony, and the four-note opening motif in particular, are known worldwide, with the motif appearing frequently in popular culture, from disco to rock and roll, to appearances in film and television.

    Since the Second World War it has sometimes been referred to as the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies of World War II. That Beethoven's Victory Symphony happened to be his Fifth (or vice versa) is coincidence. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase – "dit-dit-dit-dah" – was used for the letter "V" in Morse Code, though this is probably also coincidental.

    The BBC, during World War Two, prefaced its broadcasts to Europe with those four notes, played on drums

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  • 5 years ago

    I think you mean Beethoven Symphony No.5... (also known as fate symphony)... they usually use it in scary movies as the first few bars already builds up alot of tension and it would tend to wound you up to anticipate something

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Moonlight Sonata

    if you say scary than im pretty sure it's- Moonlight Sonata

    I saw the answers above and it is Beethovens 5th Symphony and not Moonlight Sonata

  • 6 years ago

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    whats that Beethoven song?

    That song that some pplz have as a ringtone..

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    dan dan dan daaaannnn

    da da da dan da da da dan

    u no what i mean plz help emergency!

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  • 1 decade ago

    beethoven's fifth

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, so some pplz simply have as a ringtone. I guess that's just the way it is

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