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    Sonata in G Major, op.79 (1809) is a relatively easy with full of humor and romantic character. Sonata in E-flat Major, op. 81a (1809-10) is the only program sonata by Beethoven for the reason he gave titles to each movement. Summation, transcendence (1814-27) The final years, especially from 1812 to 1817, were difficult for Beethoven. He had the lawsuit over his nephew’s custody and suffered from deafness and Immortal Beloved. Especially the letter of Immortal Beloved and an attempt to starve himself

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    by Ludwig van Beethoven is a very powerful piece that gives insight to history in a deeper way than facts but emotions. Music through history has told stories and described culture, therefore without music there would be a gap in culture in the sense emotions could not be shared and expressed as much. Music is universal way to express something that all can understand. Through this piece you can gain insight on Beethoven’s life and the women in the labors camps emotions. Beethoven was born on December

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    Ludwig van Beethoven 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827 [pic] [pic] Ludwig van Beethoven is perhaps the most famous and influential of all the pianist composers of his time. He was considered instrumental in the transition of between the classical and romantic eras in Western Art Music. Beethoven was born on December 16th, 1770 in Bonn (now called Cologne, Germany) to parents of Belgian descent. His father, Johann, was a musician at the court of Bonn, and his mother,

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    Ludwig van Beethoven also referred to as, “The Master” was born on December 16, 1770 in the city of Bonn, which is today known as Germany (Chiego 12). Ludwig van Beethoven’s life was filled with many amazing accomplishments and failures. Out of many of Beethoven’s works that was created his fifth symphony is one of the most famous works of music ever written. “Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn; he was the son of Maria Magdalena and Johann van Beethoven, who was a musician. The Beethoven family

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    experience of suffering, pure and profound, enters as an integral part into Beethoven’s greatest work, that helps to give that work its unique place in the minds and hearts of men.';(Marek, 634) These words of compassion come from J. W. N. Sullivan during Ludwig van Beethoven’s funeral. They express the regret and sense of loss felt by people all over the world as they caught news of his end. Beethoven was and is a cornerstone for music of all kinds in that he combined new color

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    Wondrous things about Beethoven Beethoven’s best-known compositions include 9 symphonies, 5 piano concertos, 1 violin concerto, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, his great Mass the Missa solemnis and an opera, Fidelio. Beethoven was a German composer. Beethoven is important because he sparked a new path within music. Why was Beethoven’s music so unique? This is because he was very studious about his music. He started at eight and continued learning from then forward. Without Beethoven, the music that

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    Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven was, and remains today, an influential figure in the history of classical music. Perhaps no other composer in history wrote music of such inspiring power and expressiveness. His influence on the last 150 years of music is unequalled. Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany in 1770. His father, a music enthusiast, dreamed of molding his son into the next Mozart. Beethoven never showed the impressive characteristics of Mozart, but he was unusually talented, learning

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    spend with others, the more flaws we may find, which is detrimental to their images. As we all now, Beethoven was one of the most greatest composers and pianists in Western art music. However, behind Beethoven’s fame and achievements, people rarely know his bad temper since not everyone could stay with him intimately. Therefore, Beethoven’s image in majority’s eyes is magnificent. In fact, Beethoven threw hot food at his servants and taunted his servants. Aa a result, his servants changed every month

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    Introduction Like many people of this time period Beethoven was affected by the French Revolution, the enlightenment and romantic periods; in 1789 the French Revolution was raging and people were dying. The French general Napoleon defeated France’s enemies and inspired Beethoven with ideas of freedom and equality. It was because those inspirations that Beethoven was going to dedicated his Third Symphony, Erocia which means heroic to him, that was until Napoleon decided to declared himself emperor

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    Born on December 17, 1770, Beethoven was a child Maria Magdalena Keverich and Johann Van Beethoven, where he was born and raised in Bonn, Germany. At quite a young age, Beethoven began exhibiting impressive musical talents. Following, Beethoven’s father became his initial musical instructor, however his methods of teaching were certainly questionable. Johann was brute, it was accounted for by neighbors that they witnessed a small child weeping playing the clavier while standing atop a footstool to

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