Composed in 1810 for Thérèse Malfatti
BEETHOVEN Ludwig von (1770-1827)
Romain Rolland said of him: "He is far more than the first musicians. He is the mosted force of modern art." Strongly marked by the occurrence of deafness, nevertheless he has a major impact on all Western music.
Last great figure of the classical period, Romantic style succeeded him naturally. His work affirms the independence of artists and power of free creation.
- Nationality : german
- Century : 19
Opus 27 n°2
Final theme from 9th symphony. Opus 125
Opus 13 - Second movement