On 17 December 1770, Ludwig van Beethoven was born. He was an amazing and great classical musical composer. He is known for being the most famous composer of the classical and romantic periods of music. According to the “Enjoyment of Music” manual, Beethoven was born in Bohn, Germany. His father, with his grandfather, was the two singers at the court of a local prince, Friedrich Max. (Forney and Machlis 197).
Beethoven began to take an interest in music from an early age. Johann, his father taught him day and night playing music. Unfortunately, Johann had a problem with alcohol and become alcoholic. Johann, who noticed the talent of his son and realized how he was good. Viewing it as Beethoven …show more content…
Listen Beethoven pieces, I can detect the complexities in his plays that Morris mentioned in the biography. Much of the juxtaposition of sounds produced, as trill section or happy for the sake of a song in a minor key. Beethoven likes to create a story behind the pieces and forcing them to live.
Ludwig van Beethoven pieces several times and many wealthy sections contain extremely fast in the composition. It seems almost impossible for a person to play as fast and always keep the rhythm and beauty of the piece.
Biography Morris gave an overview of the historical events that occurred at the time of Beethoven grew the composition and age. I liked the revelation of basic information. He explained why the composer has written special compositions and who or what he wrote.
There were stories of impossible love, family life difficult, meditated suicide and the difficulties of losing her hearing at an early age by two means inexplicable. All components of a dramatic novel were contained in these chapters. However, as the history of the biography of Ludwig van Beethoven and the process progressed, it increasingly difficult to read as a story. It began to seem more like a text book and as if the author was trying to steal too much at once.
Overall, I would come back to this biography only to reference facts about Beethoven and the