Beethoven Accomplishments

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Beethoven and his Life as a Composer Ludwig van Beethoven is a well-known composer of the late 1700s and the early 1800s. Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany. His birthdate is widely disputed because no one actually has records for when he was exactly born. However, historians got the necessary clues for his birth date from the church where Beethoven was baptized. Historians had figured out that he was baptized on 17th December, 1770, which means that he was born a day before as a person is baptized a day after they are born. In addition to that, historians also discovered that his birthday was always celebrated on the 16th of December, which helped them reach the conclusion that he was born on the 16th of December in 1770. Beethoven 's…show more content…
8 (1798-1799), Piano Sonata No. 14 (1801), Symphony No. 5 (1804-1808), Symphony No. 3 (1803), Piano Sonata No. 23 (1807), Symphony No. 6 (1807-1808), Violin Concerto (1806), etc. All of these beautiful works composed by Beethoven are still remembered till this date. I like Beethoven for many reasons. One reason that I like Beethoven is how he had managed to compose his last symphony, even though he was deaf. This just amazes and tells me how devoted to music Beethoven was. Music was Beethoven’s passion, and because of this, he is well-known in the world and is a very respected musician. Another reason I like Beethoven is that all of these works that he composed and performed, sound magnificent and just beautiful to me. Beethoven’s main music style was classical. Beethoven influences me in many ways, however, the one main way he inspires me is that no matter what teh consequences, you must follow your dreams. Even though Beethoven had become deaf, he still played music and carried on his dreams. He didn’t let anyone let him down and he didn’t let anyone down himself. The way Beethoven plays music, inspires me to be like him. Beethoven’s dream was to be like Mozart and Bach, and no doubt, he was able accomplish this

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