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Transcript of BEETHOVEN
the top in the premiere of his 9th Symphony
and Missa Solemnis (1824), front
of a packed hall.
C.G. Neefe, valuing their talent, published his first notes, and thereby between 1782 and 1783, Beethoven went into the court theater as his assistant, where he could access to numerous
assays of operas which
were staged there.
He was born in Bonn on
December 16, 1770.
He was son and grandson of
musicians, so his father
introduced him in
the art of music.
TRAVEL TO VIENNA
In 1784 Maximilian Franz, electing prince, named him organist of his Chapel with a salary of 150 florins per year, to which was followed by a trip to Vienna at age 16. There he met many authors, and is very likely to he played with Mozart.
He returned to his hometown due to the death of his mother and father which affected him deeply. During that time he composed his first personal work,
"Cantata on the death of Joseph II",
which was never performed. There
Beethoven also had numerous
contacts with Haydn, who
was his teacher.
In 1792, Beethoven returned to Vienna, which was a very musical city, with a great production of composers, and the genius was installed rapidly gaining fame and admiration, imprinting his new works
and debuting as a great pianist.
In 1796, Beethoven was already
required to play in
First, when he was already very young, his father instructed him with a severe manner, presenting him as a prodigy child in the public performances, trying to
imitate the ways of Mozart.
Beethoven health continued to worsen, and in the last months of his life, he composed what researchers think they are his best works, the last string quartets, innovators at the time. A pneumonia caused his death on March 26, 1827. 20,000 people attended his funeral, and most of his manuscripts and belongings were