Beethoven's Last Night - Track Listing and Musical References

Track Listing and Musical References

  1. "Overture" – Moonlight Sonata, Sonata Pathétique, fourth movement from Symphony No. 9, Symphony No. 5, Mozart's Requiem- 2:58
  2. "Midnight" - 2:10
  3. "Fate"- 1:18
  4. "What Good This Deafness" - 1:46
  5. "Mephistopheles" – Moonlight Sonata- 3:48
  6. "What Is Eternal" – Moonlight Sonata, Ode to Joy from Symphony No. 9- 4:41
  7. "The Moment" – Symphony No. 6 - 2:47
  8. "Vienna" - 3:32
  9. "Mozart/Figaro" – Le nozze di Figaro Overture (Mozart)- 3:17
  10. "The Dreams of Candlelight" – Chopin's Op 68 Mazurka No. 3 - 4:05
  11. "Requiem (The Fifth)" – Mozart's Requiem, Symphony No. 5 - 2:59
  12. "I'll Keep Your Secrets" - 4:15
  13. "The Dark" - Für Elise - 4:27
  14. "Für Elise" – Für Elise - 0:45
  15. "After the Fall" - 4:35
  16. "A Last Illusion" – Sonata facile (Mozart), Ode to Joy from Symphony No. 9, Flight of the Bumblebee (Rimsky-Korsakov)- 5:34
  17. "This Is Who You Are" - 3:58
  18. "Beethoven" – Scherzo from Symphony No. 9, Sonata Pathétique- 2:56
  19. "Mephistopheles' Return" – Sonata Pathétique- 4:27
  20. "Misery"- 2:45
  21. "Who Is This Child" - 4:33
  22. "A Final Dream" - 1:54

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