Also sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)

Also Sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)

Also sprach Zarathustra (Strauss)

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Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 (Thus Spoke Zarathustra or Thus Spake Zarathustra)Listed in the closing credits of A Space Odyssey as "Thus spoke Zarathustra" but on the official soundtrack albums as "Thus spake Zarathustra". The book by Nietzsche has been translated both ways and the title of Strauss's music is usually rendered in the original German whenever not discussed in the context of 2001. Although Britannica Online's entry lists the piece as "Thus spoke Zarathustra", music encyclopedias usually use "spake". is a tone poem by Richard Strauss, composed during 1896 and inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophical treatise of the same name. The composer conducted its first performance on 27 November 1896 in Frankfurt. A typical performance lasts half an hour.

The work has been part of the classical repertoire since its first performance during 1896. The initial fanfare – entitled "Sunrise" in the composer's program notes – notes by Los Angeles Philharmonic – became particularly well known to the general public due to its use in Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film A Space Odyssey.<!--PLEASE DO NOT LIST ANY MORE USES--> The fanfare has also been used in many other productions.<!--PLEASE DO NOT LIST ANY MORE USES-->


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