Perhaps the strangest part of the CD is the 10-minute video. After moving to the video screen, the viewer begins seeing some hills and mountains, palaces, and other majestic sites, all set to the music of the third movement of the symphony. Though I really am enamored of the third movement of the piece, I simply have no idea why this video was placed onto the CD; my guess is that the authors of the work (MusicPen, not Beethoven) simply wanted to be able to stake the claim: "there's a video on this CD!"

The three paragraphs of text on the right even admitted as much: "Though Beethoven dedicated this piece to Napoleon and the Heroic Spirit, he must of been inspired by the natural world around him. He had a great love for the outdoors."

The picture was small, a little grainy; what you might expect on your home PC.