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    with one another. Everyone around him was always in constant fear of the “unknown” craziness from the wars. Beethoven was the person that was able to take the raging times of the war an orchestrate them into music. When Beethoven originally composed Symphony No.3” Bonaparte” he dedicated it to Napoleon who he admired. Upon receiving the news that Napoleon had decided to crown himself as the Emperor of France, Beethoven was infuriated. Without hesitation Beethoven decided to change the name from “Bonaparte”

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    Gottlob Neefe. In March 1783, Beethoven had written and published his first composition, with the help of Neefe. Beethoven also studied under Joseph Hayden in Vienna, after Hayden came back from London. When Beethoven had written his first and second symphonies, “Beethoven became regarded as one of the most important of a generation of young composers following Hayden and Mozart. He taught students how to play music, one student in particular; he fell in love with, Josephine Brunsvik. He had one student

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    physical challenges, Beethoven was extremely prolific. He composed nine numbered symphonies, 32 sonatas, an opera, and multiple concertos and chamber pieces (British Library, 2009). One of his most well-known works is his ninth symphony. This was the piece which, at the conclusion of a performance, Beethoven was brought to tears when he couldn’t hear the audience applaud (Huxtable, 2000). The idea for the ninth symphony arose in Beethoven in his twenties when he wanted to write a music piece to accompany

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    Ludwig van Beethoven, I love to listen to his symphonies. It feels me better and refresh. The traditional objectivity of structure, amicability, shape, melodic advancement and coordination traverse into open-finished plausibility. I listened to Beethoven symphony works and have some notes for these symphonies. Symphony No.1 is melodic style. This work is quiet. This piece is loaded with appeal; the subject is smooth and lends itself well to fugal improvements through which the arranger has

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    perfect. It is incredible that during his life, Beethoven wrote nine symphonies and thirty-two piano sonatas. Because of these problems, Beethoven never had many close friends or happy relationships. The music he created showed this and was almost sad and heavy, it wasn’t full of life and fun. Beethoven loved to take walks in the country and enjoy the beauty of nature. It was nature that gave him the inspiration to write “Symphony No. 6.” One of Beethoven’s earliest and most successful works was a

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    more than likely look at him differently and cause him to want to keep his distance from them at all times. He wrote sixteen string quartets and thirty two piano sonatas. He was even writing and publishing works at the age of twelve. Which was called 9 Variations in C Minor for piano. He received praise from many people and his father constantly considered him to be the next Mozart. Even with all of this going for him at the age of 16 his mother passed away, whom may have been the only person in

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    Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, illustrates the manner in which violence steals the identity of an individual and replaces it with a group identity. As Alex puts on the last movement of Beethoven’s symphony, he "feels the old tigers leap in [him]" (46),1 and he forces himself on the two young girls he has brought with him to his den. The rape of these two girls by Alex appears to constitute an individual act of the self, and indeed the vocal section in the last movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony begins with

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    his sixth symphony, he declared it to be “the best thing I ever composed or shall compose.” Then, he suddenly died nine days after the premiere. There are many theories that might connect to the two and I will argue that Tchaikovsky composed his sixth symphony knowing that this

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    Ludwig Van Beethoven 9th Symphony Symphony number nine in D minor, Op.125, the "Choral" is the outstanding piece accompanied with a vocal chorus. Beethoven began concentrated work on the piece in 1822. It occupied him throughout 1823, and he completed it in February 1824. The first performance took place at the Karntnertor Theater in Vienna on May 7, 1824. The deaf composer stood on stage beating time and turning the pages of his score, but the real conducting was done by Michael Umlauf. The

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    Review on Brahms’s Third Symphony Symphony No.3, Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Op.90, F Major Allegro con brio Andante Poco allegretto allegro Brahms was at the zenith of his powers when he wrote the third Symphony. He finished it during the summer of 1883, in Wiesbaden, whence in early May, soon after his fiftieth birthday. We can picture Brahms that summer, in the very prime of his life, his great intellectual and emotional powers fully developed and his mastery widely acknowledged, walking much

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