The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15. aug. 2007 - 64 sider
This book celebrates one of history s most brilliant and renowned composers. Readers will explore what made Beethoven who he was, how religion shaped his music, and how his compositions reflected the sweeping historical and philosophical changes that were taking place in the early nineteenth century.
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