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Antonio Vivaldi the Italian composer

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He composed most of his music for the pupils of a girls’ orphanage in Venice. His job was to teach the violin, but because the choir and orchestra there were so good, he composed music for them He lived from 1678- 1741

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His well-known works His most famous work includes the Four Seasons concertos – but he wrote hundreds of other pieces. For example- he is the creator of 90 operas.

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JOSEPH HAYDN 1732-1809

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JOSEPH HAYDN He is a great Austrian composer. He was born in a village not far from Vienna. He composed more than 80 string quartets, 100 symphonies, 52 sonatas, about 30 operas. Symphonies, quartets and sonatas are considered to be his best musical compositions.

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He was called “Papa” of symphonies and quartets, because he made them classical. He lived long life and knew Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, who highly appreciated his talent. Haydn’s contemporaries adored his music.

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LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN 1770-1827 Ludwig van Beethoven has been called the greatest composer has ever lived- yet he was deaf for much of his life. He was born in Bonn in Germany. At the age of 17 he went to Vienna to study under Mozart. The teacher and the student soon became friends. Later he studied with Joseph Haydn,

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Beethoven we know he was not satisfied and took extra lessons in secret. By the age of 32, he knew he was going deaf. Deeply depressed, he had to give up playing, but was able to go on composing because he could still hear the sound of the music in his head. He used to go for long walks, carrying a sketch book in which he wrote down his musical ideas.

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Beethoven’s works We remember him for many great works – including masterpieces such as the Moonlight Sonata and his famous Ninth Symphony, in which he introduced choral music for the first time in symphony.