Johann Strauss was born on October 25, 1825 and died on June 3, 1899. He was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. Some of Johann Strauss' most famous works include "The Blue Danube", "Kaiser-Walzer. Strauss Junior studied the violin secretly as a child with the first violinist of his father's orchestra, Franz Amon. When his father discovered his son was secretly practicing on a violin, he gave him a severe whipping, saying that he was going to beat the music out of the boy.
“Give me twenty-six soldiers of lead and I will conquer the world.” Johannes Gutenberg was born on June 24, 1400 in Mainz, Germany. In his life, Gutenberg, invented the printer, made the first printing press, and printed many books. Gutenberg is important to history because without him we might have still not been able to print books, newspapers, and many more things we still use today. Gutenberg was born on June 24, 1400, and died on February 3, 1468. He was the youngest son of the upper-class merchant Friele Gensfleisch, and his second wife, Else Wyrich, who was the daughter of a shopkeeper.
Brahms was very into his romantic era in the 19th century and was the leading musician. He began to learn music at a young age as his father was a double bassist in the German philharmonic society, and at the age of seven Brahms took up playing the piano. Once he was a teenager he began earning money as he became an accomplished musician where he played at local inns.
1913 6 Berthold paid more attention and showed more affection towards Claus. Alexander was more withdrawn. The elder brothers enrolled at Eberhardt-Ludwigs Gymnasium, the premier grammar school at Stuttgart. 1916-1917 9-10 Claus joined his brothers at the Gymnasium. The three brothers learnt to play the piano and violin.
In his early years, Ravi Shankar was so much influenced by his elder brother Uday. It was at the end of 1929, his brother Uday came back to India after almost 10 years in Europe. Uday had gone to London hoping to become a painter, had received his degree, and actually turned out to be quite promising. But his artistic talents changed.He turned to dance. His father was doing some experiments with Indian ballet in the middle 20s and he asked to Uday to help him with some choreographical ideas and other aspects of production.
Gabriel Fauré was a famous French Composer during the time of the Second French Empire. He was born 1845 in southern France, the youngest of six children. At age 9 he was sent to a music school in Paris where he was taught by Camille Saint-Saens (another famous French composer). In 1870 when the Franco-Prussian War broke out, Fauré volunteered for military service. The Franco-Prussian War led to increased intellectual competition between French and German countries as well as an increased sense of nationalism.
Martin Luther was a theologian, he was born in November 10, 1483, and he died on February 18, 1546. His birth and death both took place in Eisleben, Germany. Martin Luther became one of the most influential figures in Christian history when he began the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. Hans and Margarette Luther, were of peasant linage, but Hans had some success as a miner and ore smelter. His parents intended him for a law career, but he became a monk and a theology professor instead.
3 in C Minor, Op. 37 was scheduled to be on the same concert with the first symphony in 1800. However, although the earliest sketch was found in Beethoven’s notebook as early as 1796, Beethoven probably could not finish it in time of its scheduled premiere. Subsequently, the premiere finally took place on 5 April 1803 at Theatre an der Wien with Beethoven himself as the soloist, conducting from the keyboard. Even then, Ignaz von Seyfried, Beethoven’s pupil recalled that the master scribbled very little and messy piano parts, resulting him having to rely on Beethoven’s nod and very little clue from the manuscript
TITLE; Thematic aspirations of the poems “ODE ON A GRECIAN URN” AND “ ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE” JOHN KEATS was an English romantic poet. Who was born in Moorgate, London on 31 october 1795- 23 february 182. He was the eldest of four surviving children .His parents sent him to the john Clarke’s school in enfield for his education which was nearest to his grandparent’s house as they were not able to afford him. At one point of time he desired to become a doctor .Within a month he accepted as a dresser in a hospital .He felt heavy work load and greater responsibilities .After , he felt that he have chosen a stark career. .After, he stated to his guardian that he firmed to be a poet not a surgeon .
Do you want to come? It’s got 10114 possibly combinations.” The reader is told that Magnus was an unusual boy, since he would love to listen to the music the parents loved from when they were young and dressed rather controversially in jackets with leather patches and singing in the school choir. Magnus is throughout the story viewed as a nerd. It says in the story, “’I underestimated the variables’ he says sadly. ‘I should have done more research.’” It then proceeds with, “Magnus takes a calculator to the lavatory with him instead of the newspaper like a normal