Van Beethoven

  • (noun): German composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music); continued to compose after he lost his hearing (1770-1827).
    Synonyms: Beethoven, Ludwig van Beethoven

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Johanna Van Beethoven
... Johanna van Beethoven (née Reiß ) (1786–1869) was the sister-in-law of the composer Ludwig van Beethoven ...
Johann Van Beethoven - Descendants
... Johann's famous son Ludwig van Beethoven never married ... but none of his living descendants bears the name van Beethoven (the last to bear that name, Karl Julius Maria van Beethoven, died in 1917) ...
Minna De Kitaeru Zenno Training - Music
... The Ruins of Athens Turkish marchLudwig van Beethoven Eine kleine NachtmusikWolfgang Amadeus Mozart Orpheus in the UnderworldJacques Offenbach Vivaldi Spring mvt 1 AllegroAntonio Vivaldi Symphony No. 6Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5Ludwig van Beethoven Variations on "Ah vous dirais-je, Maman"Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart MessiahGeorge Frideric Handel ...
Monks Of Doom - History and Background - Formation, First Two Albums (1986–1990)
... In 1986, the band began as an offshoot of Camper Van Beethoven, who were enjoying increasing critical and commercial success ... casual side project to explore some of their interests that did not fit into Camper Van Beethoven's sound ... Immerglück joined Camper Van Beethoven as a guitarist and lap steel guitarist shortly before their breakup in 1990 ...
Bethoven - Biography - Background and Early Life
... Beethoven was the grandson of Lodewijk van Beethoven (1712–73), a musician who came from Mechelen in present-day Belgium who moved at the age of ... Beethoven was born of this marriage in Bonn ... birth in the Catholic Rhine country, and it is known that Beethoven's family and his teacher Johann Albrechtsberger celebrated his birthday on 16 December, most scholars ...

Famous quotes containing the words beethoven and/or van:

    Must it be? It must be.
    [Muss es sein? Es muss sein.]
    —Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770–1827)

    There is but one Paris and however hard living may be here, and if it became worse and harder even—the French air clears up the brain and does good—a world of good.
    —Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890)