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Ludwig van Beethoven's influence in the world of music

22/4/2013 School Assignment
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Gregorius Jeasen Ridzal

on 21 April 2013

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Transcript of Ludwig van Beethoven's influence in the world of music

How LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN influenced the world By Gregorius Jeasen Ridzal a.k.a GREGGYTAURUS! Ludwig van Beethoven Beethoven was born on December 16th, 1770 in Bonn and died on March 26th, 1827 in Vienna.

He produced nine symphonies, thirty-two piano sonatas, sixteen string quartets, ten violin sonatas and piano trios.

His father was his first music teacher. He stayed in Vienna in 1972 and began studying with Joseph Haydn as his mentor. Joseph Haydn Beethoven lost his hearing in the year 1796, at the age of 25.

He died in March 26th, 1827 because of HEAVY ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION which causes LIVER DAMAGE.

He earned no awards in his lifetime.

One of his well known symphonies is the 5th symphony. The
Fifth
Symphony How did he influence the world of music? Well that's a good question. Why?
Why don't you guess and give it a try? ? P.S. Don't click next as that will lead you to the wrong answer. He helped Slenderman created "Slendermusic" He played an important part in the transitional period between the classical and romantical era YOU'REWRONG GAME OVER YOU'RE CORRECT! (GOOD JOB)
Press next to continue... Beethoven's late period works largely contributed to the Romantic Era (about 1800-1850). At this moment, many music composers create music that were related to romance. He was also regarded by many as the first Romantic Era composer.

He contributed along with some other music composers such as Ferdinando Carulli, Franz Schubert and many more.

This shows that Beethoven inspired people to produce music that has the romance genre. THE END THANKS FOR WATCHING!!! Press next for credits Written by:
Gregorius Jeasen Ridzal
Produced by:
BFF Productions
Sources:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven
www.lvbeethoven.com/Bio/BiographyLudwig.html
classicalmusic.about.com/od/biographies/p/beethoven.htm
www.carter100.com/classic-music/what-is-beethoven-contribution-to-classic-music.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Romantic-era_composers END
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