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Ludwig Van Beethoven
   uttered the last words   
"Friends Applaud, the Comedy is Finished."
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed the opera   
Fidelio
Beethoven's only opera, it is the central work of his so-called "middle period"
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   was born on   
December 16, 1770
Composer
16
   is the number of   
String Quartets of Ludwig Van Beethoven
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   was born in   
Germany
1770-1827; considered the first Romantic composer
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
"Ah! Perfido"
Op. 65
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
"Behold, My Love, How Green the Groves"
Op. 108, text by Robert Burns
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
"Der Abschied"
WoO, 124
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
"Twenty-five Scottish Songs"
Op. 108
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
"Sad and Luckless Was the Season"
From a collection of 20 songs numbered, WoO 153
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61
1806
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Triple Concerto
For violin, cello and piano, op. 56
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 5 in E Flat Major
Op. 73, The "Emperor"
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major
Op. 58, 1807
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor
Op. 67, premiered 1808
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 2 in D Major
Op. 36, premiered 1803
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major
Op. 21, premiered 1800
Eroica (1949)
   is a film about   
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Starring Ewald Balser
Immortal Beloved (1994)
   is a film about   
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Portrayed by Gary Oldman
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Consecration of the House Overture
Op. 124
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Egmont
Incidental music, after Goethe's play, op. 84
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Für Elise
Popular piano piece
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Hammerklavier Sonata
Op. 106
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Pathétique Sonata
Op. 7
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Creatures of Prometheus
Ballet, op. 43
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Ruins of Athens
Incidental music, op. 113
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Wellington's Victory
Op. 91
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Serioso Quartet
String Quartet No. 11, op. 95
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Choral Fantasy
For piano, chorus and orchestra, op. 80, 1808
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Coriolan Overture
Op. 62, 1807
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Appasionata Sonata
Piano sonata no. 23
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Archduke Trio
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Diabelli Variations
For piano
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Emperor Concerto
Piano Concerto No. 5
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Eroica Symphony
The third symphony, originally in honor of Napoleon, but when Napoleon crowned himself Emperor, Beethoven tore up the score.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Fidelio
Fidelio was first staged in Vienna, on Nov. 20, 1805.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Grosse Fugue
Originally the last movement of quartet op. 130; now op. 133; Stravinsky called it contemporary music that will remain contemporary forever
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Missa Solemnis
1822
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Moonlight Sonata
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Ode to Joy
An ode written in 1785 by the German poet and historian Friedrich Schiller, known especially for its musical setting by Beethoven in the fourth and final movement of his Ninth Symphony. [wikipedia]
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Pastoral Symphony
The sixth symphony...the first hint of "program" music.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Razumovsky Quartets
Opus 59, Nos. 1,2,3.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
Septet
In E flat major; op. 20
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Waldstein Sonata
No. 21, op. 53
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   is buried in   
Zentralfriedhof, Vienna, Austria
Composer, 1770-1827
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   said   
"Must It Be? It Must Be"
Epigraph on String Quartet, op. 135
Thomas Edison, Fransisco Goya, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Gabriel Faure
   are all   
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