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is first work 9 Variations in C Minor” was published in 1782, when his age was 12.At the age of 14 he was the organist in the court of “Maximillian Franz, Elector of Cologne.”
His meeting with Mozart took place in “Vienna in 1787.” Mozart highly appreciated the musical talents of Beethoven. In Vienna, he took music lessons from masters like Haydan, Salieri and Albrechtsberger. His talents won him admiration in the music circles of Vienna. “He composed Opus 1, the Trios for Piano,” in the year 1794. In 1795, he gave “his first public performance” in an academy known as Vienna and then began his tour to Prague, Leipzig, Dresden, berlin and Budapest.
Notwithstanding his music talents, as a person, he was known for “his impulsive behavior.” “In 1800 in a new concert at Vienna” he presented “his first symphony.” With his innovations he was crossing the established norms “of music.” In 1801, he began to realize that he was turning deaf. This health issue turned him cynical and his life was useless and purposeless with this deficiency, he thought. But his passion for music was too strong and he kept pushing to the front. He engaged himself in what is known as Beethoven music, Sonatas for Piano, the second and the third symphonies, The Eroica and in due course many such creations.
He wrote his 3rd symphony in honor of Bonaparte. On April, 7, 1805, the Erocia symphony was played for the first time. His creativity began to flourish. Pastora, Coriolan Overtue and Letter for Elise are some of his immortal creations. He fell in love with several of his students. Beethoven was given an annual grant of 4,000 florins, by his rich admirers and with that assistance it was possible for him to function as an independent composer. He was free to compose what he wanted, a true freelancer, under the command of nobody.
When Archduke Rudolph became Cardinal, Beethoven began to composing his mass in D. The ninth symphony was completed in 1823. Soon,
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