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ISBN:
0915556162
Author:
Franz Gerhard Wegeler
Language:
English
Publisher:
Great Ocean Publishers (1987)
Pages:
200 pages
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Franz Gerhard Wegeler (22 August 1765 - 7 May 1848) was a German physician from Bonn, who was a childhood friend of Ludwig van Beethoven. He was the father of historian Julius Stephan Wegeler (1807-1883)

Franz Gerhard Wegeler (22 August 1765 - 7 May 1848) was a German physician from Bonn, who was a childhood friend of Ludwig van Beethoven. He was the father of historian Julius Stephan Wegeler (1807-1883). He studied medicine at the Universities of Bonn and Vienna. After finishing his studies in Austria, he returned to Bonn, where he became a tenured professor of legal medicine and obstetrics (1789)

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Beethoven Remembered. Gerhard was the son of one of Beethoven's oldest friends, Stephan von Breuning, and the boy visited Beethoven frequently during Beethoven's final illness

Beethoven Remembered. Gerhard was the son of one of Beethoven's oldest friends, Stephan von Breuning, and the boy visited Beethoven frequently during Beethoven's final illness. Beethoven delighted in seeing the youngster and nicknamed him "Trouserbutton" as Gerhard developed a close and loving relationship with Beethoven. Sadly, Stephan von Breuning, Beethoven's old friend, died only a few months after Beethoven. Another member of Beethoven's circle during his last years, Anton Schindler, also wrote a book titled "Beethoven As I Knew Hi.

Online version: Wegeler, Franz Gerhard, 1765-1848. Beethoven remembered. All Authors, Contributors: Franz Gerhard Wegeler; Ferdinand Ries. Find more information about: Franz Gerhard Wegeler Ferdinand Ries. OCLC Number: 12105809. Notes: Translation of: Biographische Notizen über Ludwig van Beethoven.

Wegeler and Ries, 127) Others looked at different parts of Beethoven’s contribution. He is said to be a ‘man who freed music’; from the shackles of 18 th century formal conventionality.

The pianist and composer Ferdinand Ries, who was taught piano by Beethoven, was modest about his . The book I am talking about is called Beethoven Remembered, the Biographical Notes of Franz Wegeler and Ferdinand Ries

The pianist and composer Ferdinand Ries, who was taught piano by Beethoven, was modest about his memoir of the master: "The plainness of style will, I hope, be graciously overlooked, since hitherto I have communicated with the public only through musical compositions. The book I am talking about is called Beethoven Remembered, the Biographical Notes of Franz Wegeler and Ferdinand Ries. It was first published in English only in 1987, a lateness which surprised Christopher Hogwood, who provided a short foreword.

  • CrazyDemon
This book is well written and the reader senses that the writers were attempting to be as accurate as possible in giving us a picture of the genius as well as the person, Beethoven. There is something special about reading first hand accounts of the lives of great men. Another good book in this vein is "Memories of Beethoven" written by Gerhard von Breuning. Gerhard was the son of one of Beethoven's oldest friends, Stephan von Breuning, and the boy visited Beethoven frequently during Beethoven's final illness. Beethoven delighted in seeing the youngster and nicknamed him "Trouserbutton" as Gerhard developed a close and loving relationship with Beethoven. Sadly, Stephan von Breuning, Beethoven's old friend, died only a few months after Beethoven. Another member of Beethoven's circle during his last years, Anton Schindler, also wrote a book titled "Beethoven As I Knew Him." Beethoven scholars are doubtful of the veracity of some of Schindler's stories and Schindler, at times, appears to use his relationship with Beethoven for his own self-promotion by exaggerating his own importance in Beethoven's life. Neither of the first two books are long but they are both very enjoyable. I, for one, am grateful to those authors for sharing their experiences with me and helping me understand more about the humanness of the great artist, Beethoven.
  • Buge
Don't be reeled in by the writing of Anton Schindler, who stole and rewrote many of Beethoven's papers to enhance his own image. This short work is by two people who were true friends of the great composer. Many of the familiar anecdotes about Beethoven come from this source. While not 100 percent perfect in terms of dates, it does represent honest work by men of integrity who knew the composer well through much of his life. In addition to being his student and assistant in Vienna, Ries was the son of one of Beethoven's childhood mentors in Bonn, Germany.
  • Mr_Mole
The best written book on Beethoven. Given as a gift and it was very appreciated.
  • Jesmi
It is quite riveting information about Beethoven by his contemporaries. It gives a very special insight on his genius and personality.
  • Usanner
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