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FidelioBeethoven’s only opera is a masterpiece. Fidelio, combines two themes of deep romantic inspiration: on the one hand, praise for the unproducible marital love; on the other hand, the struggle against tyrannical power and singing to freedom. It premiered in 1805 at the Theater an der Wien.
Beethoven's father was impressed by Mozart's skills and taught his son piano, organ and clarinet. At the age of seven, Ludwig van Beethoven offered his first concert in Cologne, and at the age of eleven he premiered his first composition: from him it was said that it could be the next Mozart.
Two versions of the concerto Pathétique (Sonata n.º 8 en do menor, Op. 13):Hiromi: The Trio ProjectDaniel Barenboimhttps://youtu.be/vGq3-Fi_zQY?t=9
In 1802 Beethoven began to detect the first symptoms of deafness, retreated to the field and had a period of depression. Heiligenstadt, near Vienna, composes his second symphony.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv2WJMVPQi8Daniel Barenboim, directorRoyal Albert Hall, 23 July 2012
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) was born in Bonn, Germany, into a musical family.
In 1792, aged 22, he moved to Wien, where he was a student of the greatest composers and musicians of the time, such as Joseph Haydn and Antonio Salieri.https://musik2020.wien.info/es-es/beethoven-in-wien/
1824 When Beethoven composed this famous symphony he was already completely deaf.Gustavo Dudamel. 'Sinfonias' de Beethoven (9a) Palau de la Música Catalana
1778: Beethoven's first public appearance
All BeethovenBeethoven had turned thirty when he presented his First Symphony (Op. 21), engrossing his contemporaries with his freshness and originality. He made 9 and left one-tenth unfinished.