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Posted 23 March 2008 - 08:09 PM

Thus Zarathustra spoke- written by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, R. J. Hollingdale. He introduced Zarathustra to europe in the 19 century which also had a very important influence on Nazi Germany.

Here you get the entire book online: http://books.google....umbnail#PPP1,M1

it would be awsom if someone could print or copy the entire book from google and fix it here!!! THIS BOOK IS A MUST FOR EVERY PERSIAN SPEAKER!!!!!

[ame]http://www.youtube.c...h?v=SLuW-GBaJ8k[/ame] Thus Zarathustra spoke- orchestre and melody composed for iranian/aryan prophet Zarathustra by Richard Straus...the legendary and greatest piece of music in the 20 century that was made!!!! (the beginning and ending of the epic ''Zarathustra'')
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 11:19 PM

Thus Spake Zarathustra



The work opens with a stately theme in trumpets leading to a powerful climax in full orchestra and organ which is the most impressive feature of the tone poem. Then follow new themes under the headings of "Back World's Men" and "Great Longing," the music descriptive of Zarathustra's "going down" to teach the doctrine of the Overman and the "Longings" of those in the Back World for higher things. Another theme, given out by the violins, sings of their "Delights and Passions," followed by the "Grave Song" -- a tender melody in the oboe which is worked up in conjunction with the "Longings" theme. The despair of science is treated as a fugal episode based upon the opening motive, followed by furious and at times dissonant outburst in the full orchestra. An episode, "The Convalescent," is devoted to an optimistic view of humanity. This is followed by the jubilations of the Overman expressed in the "Dance Song," which is anything but terpsichorean in character. "To the general" it must be "caviar." At last twelve strokes of the bell usher in the "Song of the Night Wanderer" and a short passage -- the very spirit of perplexity and doubt -- being set in two keys, involving a mysterious discord, closes this extraordinary music which illustrates such vague and mystic philosophical gropings.


"Thus Spake Zarathustra," though based upon a philosophical subjects, is one of the most popular of the Strauss tone poems, perhaps because it has been heard more frequently than the others. It was inspired by a "prose poem" of the same name, written by Friedrich Nietzsche. The details of the philosophical story of Zarathustra, or Zoroaster, as he is more familiarly known, are too involved for use in this connection and perhaps are not needed for enjoyment of the music, which is very impressive and grows upon the listener by successive hearings. Strauss has liberally annotated his score with the headings of chapters in the Nietzche text.
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