There are no accounts or records to suggest what Beethoven's favourite colour may have been.
He actually didn't get any rewards because they were hard to earn.
He wrote five for the piano, one for the violin, and a triple one for violin, cello and piano.
The 18th century was called the Baroque period, and Vienna was a Baroque city. But in his case, he wrote music in that era and in the classical period also. Two eras, one composer.
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Beethoven composed only the one opera, probably because he lacked great talent in that area of music. He could not live up to the high standards that Mozart had set him only a few years before. His opera was first named 'Leonore' in 1804 and features a heroine who is trying to rescue her condemned lover from prisoner. The opera failed its first performance on the 20th of November, 1805. Beethoven edited it and the new version was performed on the 29th of March, 1806. It was withdrawn again, but this time by Beethoven himself due to a misunderstanding about payments and receipts with the theatre manager. Years later in 1814 Beethoven revived 'Leonore' once again except this time with a new libretto and new overture. He renamed it 'Fidelio' and it was performed on the 26th of November in front of congressmen. Finally it was a success and nowadays it is a very popular opera, having gone through many variations. It had had four different overtures!
he did not,but he did fall in love with many girls!
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It was Beethoven's last symphony; his abilities as a composer were fully-developed.
It was the first symphony by any composer to use voices.
In spite of the fact that it is in a minor key, it builds to a joyful finale.
It has quite a few memorable melodies--in modern terms, it's got some great hooks.
Thomas Arne (see: http://www.boychoirs.org/library/history/hist013.html)
Vivaldi was an Italian composer of the Baroqueperiod. The Baroque Era spanned approximately 1600 to 1750; Vivaldi was born in 1678 and died in 1741.
Composers like Claude Debussy created the Impressionist movement which replaced Romanticism. Impressionism is an early form of Modernism.
1: Poco sostenuto-vivace
4: Allegro con brio
Symphony No. 3 by Ludwig van Beethoven, also known as Eroica, which is Italian for heroic. The piece is composed in E flat.
Beethoven dedicated this piece originally to Napoleon Bonaparte but he changed that when Napoleon proclaimed himself emperor. Beethoven later dedicated it to the memory of a great man. ( as in the man Napoleon used to be, before he proclaimed himself emperor ).
2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (B-flat in movements 1-3, C in 4), 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 2 horns (E-flat and C; E-flat in movements 1 and 3, C in 2 and 4), 2 trumpets in C, 3 trombones (alto, tenor and bass), timpani (C and G throughout), and the usual string section with first and second violins, violas, cellos and double basses. The contrabassoon and the trombones are only used in the final movement.
He wrote 5 piano concerti aswell as 2 piano concerti during his youth, one violin concerto which he later transcribed for piano and orchestra and he composed one 'triple' concerto for piano, violin and cello. He wrote a number of pieces for solo instrument and orchestra and an oboe concerto which was lost by publishers in the 1840's.
The most popular piano sonata composed by Beethoven is probably the first movement of his no. 14, know as the "Moonlight sonata". Some other well known sonatas of his are : No.13 (Pathetique), No.17 (Tempest), No. 21 (Waldstein), No. 23 (Appassionata) and No.29 (Hammerklavier).
Ludwig van Beethoven, composer of the Classical and Romantic Periods -
Born - 16th or 17th of December, 1770 in Bonn, Germany
Died - 26th of March, 1827 in Vienna, Austria
Major works include - 9 Symphonies, 16 String quartets, 32 Piano sonatas, 10 Sonatas for violin and piano, 1 Violin concerto, 5 Piano concertos. Genres - Symphonies, Piano concertos, String quartets, Piano sonatas.
In 1787, Beethoven's instructor suggested that he travel to Vienna to take lessons from Mozart, who was greatly impressed by Beethoven's ability and talent. He also had lessons with Joseph Haydn which he considered were not successful and Mozarts rival, Antonio Salieri.
Rumour has it that Beethoevn sawed the legs off his piano and laid it flat on the floor so he could hear the music he created through the vibrations on the floor. However, it was actually quite common for pianos of Beethoven's time to be made with removable legs so the instruments could be carried from court to court for performances. It is doubtful whether he actually sawed the legs off.
Ludwig Van Beethoven was not autistic.
He did suffer from increasing deafness though, from his late twenties onwards, finally becoming profoundly deaf.
A piece of music suggesting rural life and based on a rustic story - very popular in the 16th century
I have been sitting here for five minutes shuttling Beethoven's catalog through my head, and I cannot think of a single form extant in his time that he did not compose music in. He did write only one opera (Fidelio) although it was an excellent one, but he wrote prolifically in virtually every other form of his time.
Mozart wrote 18 piano sonatas, so you'll have to be more specific.