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At Vienna, the young musician took lessons with Haydyn, then with Albrechtsberger and Salieri. He captured the attention of, and astonished Vienna with his virtuosity and his improvisations on piano. In 1794, Beethoven composed Opus 1, the Trios for Piano . The following year, Ludwig Van Beethoven made his first public performance at Vienna (an “Academy”) where each musician played his own work. Then followed a tour: Prague, Dresden, Leipzig, and Berlin, before leaving for a concert in Budapest.

In a letter dated June 29, 1801 Beethoven told a friend in Bonn about a terrible secret he had for some time. He knew that he was becoming deaf . [11] For some time he had spells of fever and stomach pains. A young man does not expect to become deaf, but now he was starting to admit it to himself. He was finding it hard to hear what people were saying. Just at the moment when he was starting to become known as one of the greatest of all composers, it was a terrible blow to realize that he was losing his hearing. In 1802, he stayed for a time in Heiligenstadt which is now a suburb of Vienna but at that time it was outside the city. There he wrote a famous letter which is known as the Heiligenstadt Testament . It is dated October 6 and told about his rising frustration at his deafness. He asks people to forgive him if he cannot hear what they are saying. He said that he had often thought of suicide , but that he had so much music in his head which had to be written down that he decided to continue his life. [11] This very emotional letter was found amongst his papers after his death. It was never sent to anyone.

…poetry. What Goethe meant to Beethoven and Berlioz and what German folk tales and contemporary lyricists meant to Weber, Schumann, and Schubert are familiar to all who are acquainted with the music of these men.

In the meantime, Beethoven had written the three final piano sonatas (1820–22) and had worked desultorily on the symphonic sketches. The mass was followed by his last important piano work (completed 1823), variations on a theme that the publisher and composer Anton Diabelli had sent to a number of composers, Beethoven among them. Most of them, including Schubert and the archduke Rudolf himself, obliged; Beethoven at first declined, then changed his mind and decided to write a complete set of 33 variations himself.

In the year 1801, Ludwig fell in love with a lady, Countess Julie Guicciardi whom he met while he was teaching Josephine Brunsvik how to play the piano. Even so, he had no intentions of marrying her because of the difference in social class. It was just not going to happen no matter how bad he wanted to. He composed his Sonata no. 14 and dedicated it to her.

В это время Бетховен начал сочинять музыку, но не спешил печатать свои произведения. Многое написанное в Бонне впоследствии было им переработано. Из юношеских сочинений композитора известны три детские сонаты и несколько песен, в том числе « Сурок ».

Pɔcɔna ɛ-tʋmɩyɛ kɩpanɖɛ labʋ, nɛ palabɩ kʋjɔʋ yaa pɛhɛyɩ-ɩ pɩlɩɩna pʋyɔɔ nɛ ɖajaa sʋsɔ Romain Rolland tɛ ŋŋ yɔɔdʋʋ yɔ. Etisaɣ nɛ ɛyɔɔdɩ size, ɖajaa Ludwig van Beethoven wɛ ɖɔɖɔ soci nɛ kɔɔnɔɔ minziiki tɩna. Ɛkɛ ɖɔɖɔ, sɔdʋʋ tʋ yaa pɔtɔŋgʋ size ɖoŋ tʋ sʋsɔ kɛ minziiki tʋmɩyɛ labʋ kɩfam taa. Beethoven cɛyɩ ɛ-tɩ kpem nɛ ɛkɛ, ɛyʋ weyi patɩlɩ siŋŋ yɔ kɛ minziiki caanaʋ tɔm hɔɔlʋʋ taa.

In 1789 Beethoven obtained a legal order by which half of his father's salary was paid directly to him for support of the family. [19] He also contributed further to the family's income by playing viola in the court orchestra. This familiarised him with a variety of operas, including three by Mozart that were performed at court in this period. He also befriended Anton Reicha , a flautist and violinist of about his own age who was a nephew of the court orchestra's conductor, Josef Reicha . [20]

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