History Main / SoundTrackDissonance

21st Nov '15 3:55:11 AM Silverblade2
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->''For there was light music. An orchestra of "young and pretty girls all dressed in white blouses and navy-blue skirts"...had been formed from among the inmates. While the selections was being made for the gas chambers this unique ensemble played gay tunes from ''The Merry Widow'' and ''Tales of Hoffmann''. Nothing solemn and somber from [[LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]]. [[CrapsaccharineWorld The death-marches at Auschwitz were sprightly and merry tunes, straight out Viennese and Parisian operetta.]]''
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->''For there was light music. An orchestra of "young and pretty girls all dressed in white blouses and navy-blue skirts"...had been formed from among the inmates. While the selections was being made for the gas chambers this unique ensemble played gay tunes from ''The Merry Widow'' and ''Tales of Hoffmann''. Nothing solemn and somber from [[LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]]. [[CrapsaccharineWorld from Beethoven. The death-marches at Auschwitz were sprightly and merry tunes, straight out Viennese and Parisian operetta.]]''''
30th Oct '15 6:30:31 PM nombretomado
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* The trope was used on porpuse by [[TripleH The]] [[StephanieMcMahon Authority]], when live on RAW they announced the firing of DolphZiggler, {{Ryback}} and [[TheWyattFamily Rowan Harper]] and tell them to thank JohnCena for losing their job... while "Stars and Stripes Forever" plays along a rain of confetti and baloons. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOmaMlAHDwo It has to be seen to be believed.]] [[/folder]]
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* The trope was used on porpuse purpose by [[TripleH [[Wrestling/TripleH The]] [[StephanieMcMahon [[Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon Authority]], when live on RAW they announced the firing of DolphZiggler, Wrestling/DolphZiggler, {{Ryback}} and [[TheWyattFamily Rowan Harper]] and tell them to thank JohnCena Wrestling/JohnCena for losing their job... while "Stars and Stripes Forever" plays along a rain of confetti and baloons. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOmaMlAHDwo It has to be seen to be believed.]] [[/folder]]
19th Oct '15 9:27:12 PM CyrenaPeleman
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* Wrestling/SamiZayn had a punk rock theme, "Lower the Boom" that didn't suit his pure NiceGuy babyface character at all. Although, the theme did reflect [[AuthorAppeal Zayn's love for punk rock music.]]
19th Oct '15 9:19:14 PM CyrenaPeleman
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** The WWE Divas in general seem to suffer from this, due to having much more techno-styled songs than their male counterparts. Wrestling/AJLee had her "Let's Light It Up!" theme song long after she was a HollywoodNerd, and became a PsychoExGirlfriend.
19th Oct '15 4:38:00 PM eroock
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-->--'''William L. Shirer''', ''The Rise and Fall of [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany the Third Reich]]''
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-->--'''William -->-- '''William L. Shirer''', ''The Rise and Fall of [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany the Third Reich]]''
12th Sep '15 5:05:05 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Young Bucks, because nothing says "{{arrogant kung fu guy}}" than a slow, soothing tune accompanied by a woman {{scatting}} in the happiest manner possible and also singing about being nice.
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* The Young Bucks, because nothing says "{{arrogant kung fu guy}}" than a slow, soothing tune accompanied by a woman {{scatting}} in the happiest manner possible and also singing about being nice. (Doesn't apply to their Wrestling/RingOfHonor or Wrestling/BulletClub themes however)
31st Jul '15 9:40:25 PM phoenix
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-->--'''William L. Shirer''', ''The Rise and Fall of [[NaziGermany the Third Reich]]''
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-->--'''William L. Shirer''', ''The Rise and Fall of [[NaziGermany [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany the Third Reich]]''

The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) is as close to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
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The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) is as close to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
21st Jun '15 5:36:19 AM TotemicHero
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Tweak.
A subtrope of MoodDissonance. Compare LyricalDissonance. Contrast SuspiciouslyAproposMusic.
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A subtrope of MoodDissonance. Compare LyricalDissonance. Contrast IsntItIronic and SuspiciouslyAproposMusic.
11th Jun '15 7:57:51 PM benda
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The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) is as close closest to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
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The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) is as close closest to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
11th Jun '15 7:57:33 PM benda
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The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) the closest to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
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The ''Ode To Joy'' choral in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 is especially cursed to suffer from Soundtrack Dissonance due to its notorious use in [[NaziGermany Third Reich]] propaganda, hence modern usage is just as often due to this association (or to the most well-known work to use it for SoundtrackDissonance, ''Film/AClockworkOrange'') as it is its original intent.[[labelnote:More]]Probably much less so in Europe itself, since the tune (without lyrics) the is as close closest to being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthem_of_Europe European anthem]] as it could get.[[/labelnote]] To be absolutely clear, Friedrich von Schiller's original lyrics were about the equality of all humankind in the eyes of God: ''Joy, the bright spark of the gods/the daughter of Elysium ... All men now are brothers/beneath your gentle wing''. The tune also has lyrics written as the hymn "Joyful, joyful": ''Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee/God of Glory, Lord of Love''.
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