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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Mentors and Friends 16
Second Period Music 40
Antonie Brentano artist audience Austria Bach became Beethoven composed Beethoven played Beethoven probably Beethoven received Beethoven was born Beethoven-Haus Beethoven's deafness Beethoven's father Beethoven's grandfather Beethoven's only opera Beethoven's Second Period Bonn Brentano brothers Carl Czerny chamber music choral music Christian Gottlob Neefe classical music clavier composer's creative Czerny death Emperor Enlightenment Eroica European famous felt Fidelio Fischer Franz groups of musicians harpsichord hearing Heiligenstadt Testament Holy Roman Empire immortal beloved Johann van Beethoven Johann von Goethe Joseph Haydn Karl Kaspar Carl keyboard instrument letter lifetime listeners Ludwig van Beethoven Major Maria Magdalena married Maynard Solomon melodies motif movement musical composition Napoléon nephew Opus oratorios orchestras patron pianist Piano Concerto played by blowing popular Prince Lichnowsky private concert Romanticism solo music solo pieces Stephen Johnson String symphony debuted talent theme usually are organized Vienna violin Waldstein Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart woodwind write young Beethoven