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Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Fourth Movement - An Die FreudAn Die Freude ("Ode to Joy").
^^ FullFull lyrics and English translation are on the Wikipedia page linked above ^^. The lyrics, which are in German, are from a poem by Friedrich Schiller.

And here'sHere's a video with lyrics and English translation following the symphonic version:


This track and much of the synthesizer music on that soundtrack was arranged and performed by Wendy Carlos, who is probably best known for "Switched-On Bach". She went on to work with Kubrick again, composing much of the soundtrack for "The Shining".

Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Fourth Movement - An Die Freud.
^^ Full lyrics and English translation are on the Wikipedia page linked above ^^

And here's a video with lyrics and English translation following the symphonic version:


This track and much of the synthesizer music on that soundtrack was arranged and performed by Wendy Carlos, who is probably best known for "Switched-On Bach". She went on to work with Kubrick again, composing much of the soundtrack for "The Shining".

Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Fourth Movement - An Die Freude ("Ode to Joy").
Full lyrics and English translation are on the Wikipedia page linked above. The lyrics, which are in German, are from a poem by Friedrich Schiller.

Here's a video with lyrics and English translation following the symphonic version:


This track and much of the synthesizer music on that soundtrack was arranged and performed by Wendy Carlos, who is probably best known for "Switched-On Bach". She went on to work with Kubrick again, composing much of the soundtrack for "The Shining".

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Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Fourth Movement - An Die Freud.
^^ Full lyrics and English translation are on the Wikipedia page linked above ^^

And here's a video with lyrics and English translation following the symphonic version:


This track and much of the synthesizer music on that soundtrack was arranged and performed by Wendy Carlos, who is probably best known for "Switched-On Bach". She went on to work with Kubrick again, composing much of the soundtrack for "The Shining".