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Pianist, Composer, Revolutionary 1770 - 1827

Beethoven is everywhere – a global artist whose name needs no introduction and whose language requires no translation. Beethoven was the force behind the evolution of Viennese classical music, taking it to its highest form and paving the way for the Romantic era. But Beethoven was a lot more. He was a revolutionary, a visionary and a man of the world. He had a powerful imagination and brimmed over with musical ideas; he was melancholy, he was deaf; he was bold and passionate. More from BTVN2020

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