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ISBN:
1855017857
Author:
Jeroen Koolbergen
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Music
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English
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New Line Books; New edition edition (November 1, 1998)
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In the Great Composers Series, the lives of the world's greatest musical minds are examined in engrossing narrative and a variety of period illustrations, along. by Jeroen Koolbergen.

In the Great Composers Series, the lives of the world's greatest musical minds are examined in engrossing narrative and a variety of period illustrations, along.

Series: The Great Composers Series.

by. Jeroen Koolbergen. A stirring look at the world's most-recognized maestro and his music from romantic piano sonatas to immortal symphonies.

In the Great Composers Series, the lives of the world's greatest musical minds are examined in engrossing narrative and a variety of period illustrations, along with lively discussions of the inspiration and creation of each composer's major works.

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Beethoven moved to Vienna in 1792, where he met influential composers like Haydn and began to compose in earnest. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the 'Choral' from 1824, is another work of his that has remained infinitely popular

Beethoven moved to Vienna in 1792, where he met influential composers like Haydn and began to compose in earnest. By 1796, he had begun to suffer from tinnitus and was losing his hearing. Beethoven composed his Piano Sonata No. 14 ('Moonlight') in 1802. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the 'Choral' from 1824, is another work of his that has remained infinitely popular. It was the first time that a composer had used choral voices in a major symphony. Ill health and increasing deafness caused a drop in productivity at the end of Beethoven's life, but he still managed to produce important works like his 'Late Quartets' in 1825, which were wildly inventive for the time.

A series of biographies of great composers which present the subjects against a social background of their times. Each book draws on personal letters and recollections, engravings, paintings – and – where they exist – photographs, to build up a complete picture of the composer's life.

Home Jeroen Koolbergen Tchaikovsky, 1840-1893 (The Great Composers Series). Publisher: Todtri Book Pub. Publication Date: 1999. Tchaikovsky, 1840-1893 (The Great Composers Series). ISBN 10: 1855017873, ISBN 13: 9781855017870.

30 November, 19: 00. Moscow conservatory. masterpieces of the great composers. Russian national orchestra. Artistic Director and chief conductor - Mikhail Pletnev. Conductor - Philip Chizhevsky. Nikita Borisoglebsky (violin). Symphony No. 3 " Heroic". Concerto for violin and orchestra.

A stirring look at the world's most-recognized maestro and his music, from romantic piano sonatas to immortal symphonies.