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In Leipzig, the hometown of our DAN MOI team, Friedrich Schiller began writing the "Ode to Joy" in 1785. Even if Schiller's words are no longer politically correct in the ongoing gender discourse, they still describe the vision of a worldwide joyful society based on equality. Impressed by Schiller's lines, Ludwig van Beethoven set the poem to music in his 9th Symphony, which he composed with almost complete deafness in 1824. Despite this, this symphony, along with the "Ode to Joy", is one of the best-known works of classical music. As an instrumental version, the Ode was even chosen as the European anthem.
When you turn the crank of this music box, Beethoven's melody will start to play.
The gentle melody sounds more powerful when you remove the little musical mechanism from its lovingly decorated box. Since the mechanism is mounted on a small wooden board, this music box unfolds its sound particularly well when it is pressed onto a large resonating body, such as a table, a chair or a Cajon.
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