INTERESTING! Carlos Erik Malpica Flores: Awesome Musicians: Beethoven

Beethoven was born on December 17 on 1770. He was is of the musicians that has been more revolutionary in the world of music. You may be wondering why he is so different from other musicians of his time and the present. The reason is that he was not only a great composer and pianist but also he was deaf. Yes, it I very interesting to think of musician who can make great composing without hearing them. Do you want to know more about Beethoven? Keep reading and discover what Carlos Erik Malpica Flores brought to you about him.

However, Beethoven was very gifted. This musician was not only one of the most important composers of his time but also one of the most influential in classic music history. This means that Beethoven is definitely on o f the most iconic symbol of piano music.

If you listen to the Moonlight Sonata, you will understand the meaning and emotional touch he gave to the music.

It is kind of interesting to wonder if the fact that he was deaf somehow influenced him to make even better music. At least you could think that because of how good his music was.

Did you know that Beethoven is the composer of that melody that you have head in movies which the 5th Symphony of Beethoven? You should look for it because it is de one that you have heard in the past.

Beethoven reached it the popularity that he reached in the whole world in terms of fame. However, there are those who say that he lived a very unbalanced life because he invested a lot of time on music and he seemed to have emotional problems in life. It would make a lot of sense if you see how mastered the music was. It seems that he invested more time in music than in many other things while being alive.

A very unique musician and a very unique music that was Ludwig Van Beethoven.

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