BEETHOVEN

                                          ODE TO JOY

The ode is best known for its musical setting by Ludwig van Beethoven in the final movement of his Ninth Symphony (completed in 1824), a choral symphony for orchestra, four solo voices and choir.
This is the sheet music archive for RECORDER.
  

THE SONG OF JOY



Come! Sing a song of joy
for peace shall come, my brother!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for men shall love each other!

That day will dawn just as sure
as hearts that are pure,
are hearts set free.
No man must stand along
with outstretched hands before him.

Reach out and take them in yours
with love that endures
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Come! Sing a song of joy
of freedom! Tell the story!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory!

One mighty voice that will bring
a sound that will ring
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Come! Sing a song of joy
of freedom! Tell the story!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory!

One mighty voice that will bring
a sound that will ring
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory

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