Music_3.27 - Ludwig van Beethoven(1770-1827-born in classical period but is into romanticism-declared deaf in 1802 but still composed many songs

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) -born in classical period but is into romanticism -declared deaf in 1802, but still composed many songs Beethoven’s Life -there were important parallels with Mozart -impressive musical skills while still a child -an “encouraging” father (abusive- beaten when didn’t practice) -grew up in a relatively small city, then moved to Vienna -taught by Haydn, the other great composer (besides Mozart) of the Classical period -known to behave in a violent way (slob) TEST QUESTION -Young Beethoven’s Bible was….Bach’s well-tempered clavier Beethoven’s creative output -orchestral music, including 0 symphonies -concertos:5 for piano, 1 for violin, one for piano, violin, and cello -chamber music, including 17+ string quartets -32 piano sonatas -one opera: Fidelio TEST QUESTION Which one of these wasn’t added for symphony: piccolo, trombone, contrabassoon, (insert random instrument) What is a Symphony? -for orchestra
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2008 for the course MUSIC 005 taught by Professor Charlesyoumans during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Music_3.27 - Ludwig van Beethoven(1770-1827-born in classical period but is into romanticism-declared deaf in 1802 but still composed many songs

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