Ludwig Van Beethoven

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Ludwig Van Beethoven

BeethovenThe Classical Time PeriodLudwig Van Beethoven1770-1827 Fifth Symphony Moonlight SonataBeethoven lived in the Classical Time Period. His full name is Ludwig Van Beethoven. His life began on December 17, 1770. He was born in Bonn, Germany. Sadly he died, on March 26, 1827. Many people grieved for him in Vienna, Austria including Mozart, who died the next year. Beethoven was a pianist. That means he played the piano. Two famous pieces composed by Beethoven, are “The Fifth Symphony” and “Moonlight Sonata.” Beethoven’s father was his first teacher. His father taught him life skills and how to play the piano. His father drank nonstop.Beethoven also developed a love for nature. His love for nature helped him through his tough career. When he lost his hearing he avoided conversation. Even though he had loss of hearing, he still became a world known composer.He’d also be seen lost in thought. He sometimes forgot he was walking or he forgot his brother’s son was even there. He often thought of his father who was an alcoholic. His father drank nonstop. That’s probably why he died, so young.There is a legend about Beethoven. It is said there was a flash of lightning, Beethoven shook his fist at heaven and died. One of his closest friends, said he witnessed it. Sadly, he died at the age of 57. To never compose music again.

Syphony no. 5Syphony no. 5 was Beethoven's fifth syphony.

Moonlight SonataMoonlight Sonata is another song by Beethoven.

Beethoven's FatherBeethoven's father was an alcholic. Doctors think that's why he died so young.

Beethoven and MozartBeetoven and Mozart were friends for a lifetime. Mozart was even there when Beethoven died.

Beethoven's GraveMozart was even there at Beethoven's funeral. Mozart died a year after Beethoven.

The PianoBeethoven played all of his songs on the piano.


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