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Ludwig Van Beethoven

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Biography Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the greatest composers of all time. His works and genius have influenced life for over two centuries. He pushed the envelope of musical composition previously known. He was able to turn turmoil into musical triumphs. Many experts have conflicting opinions on his life history and what drove him to compose certain works, but they all agree that his musical genius changed the world of music forever! Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany on December 16, 1770, according to most historians. In the 1770’s the main record kept about new children was their baptism date. There is official documentation that Beethoven was baptized on December 17, 1779. Beethoven’s mother was Maria Magdalena and his father was Johann van Beethoven. Ludwig van Beethoven at 13 years old

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Maria Magdaleana was already a widow and a mother when she met Beethoven’s father Johann van Beethoven. It seems their marriage was unhappy from the start since Ludwig van Beethoven (Johann’s father) didn’t agree with the marriage, but she was devoted to her husband. Beethoven’s mother Maria ended up having a total of 6 children, but only 3 of them lived to maturity. She died at age 40 from consumption. When Beethoven’s father Johann van Beethoven was 22 years old he became a court musician. He also taught piano and voice lessons. It seems that he was not successful at either of those professions, and it seems all he was really good was drinking. He was an alcoholic and eventually ended up getting banished from Bonn because of it. Ludwig van Beethoven was named after his grandfather, Ludwig van Beethoven. At the age of 49 he became the Kapellmeister. Which made him manager of all things music in the city of Bonn. He held this position until he passed away in 1773. Even though his grandfather only lived a few weeks past Ludwig’s third birthday there are records that indicated he remembered his grandfather and spoke of him often. And as an interesting side note, Beethoven’s grandfather also owned a wine business, his wife was an alcoholic and so was Johann, his son. Beethoven’s Father

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Ludwig van Beethoven had two younger brothers. Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven (1776-1848) was a pharmacist, and actually ended up doing very well for himself. These two brothers defiantly did not get along. Nikolaus decided to just go by Johann when he moved to Vienna and Beethoven hated that. Also, Beethoven tried to stop Johann from marring his housekeeper, Therese Obermeyer, but did not succeed. Ludwig’s other brother was Caspar Carl van Beethoven (1774-1815), earlier in life he followed in his brother’s footsteps and shadow. He taught piano lessons, using the fact that he was Beethoven’s brother to his advantage and even acted as his agent for a short time. Ludwig also had issues with Carl’s choice in a wife, which really seemed to negatively affect their relationship until Carl also became ill with consumption. At that time he reunited with his brother and his 6-year-old nephew. Beethoven’s father began to teach him music around the age of three in a very strict way. His father would beat him every time he made mistakes, and would even lock him in the cellar if did not play to his father’s expectation. His father taught him the violin and clavier and he also took lessons to learn the organ. He was very musically talented, even at such an early age. He was becoming proficient by the age of five and had his first public concert at seven. His father dreamed that he would have another Mozart and wanted to cash in on his talent. Beethoven’s Nephew, Karl Beethoven