Death of composer Ludwig van Beethoven



26 March 1827

Ludwig van Beethoven (baptised 17 December 1770 - 26 March 1827) was a German composer and pianist. He is considered the most crucial figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music and remains one of the most famous and influential composers of all time.

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    Karlovy Vary, monument to Ludwig van Beethoven.

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    Baden near Vienna, "Beethoven temple" in the park. Beethoven used to take the waters in Baden.

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Oil on canvas (1815)

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Oil on canvas (1815)

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Oil on canvas (1819)

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), painted 1823. Oil on canvas, 71,5 x 57,5 cm

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Oil on canvas

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    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Plaster mask by Franz Klein (1812)

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    Therese von Brunswik (1775-1861), Beethoven's "Unsterbliche Geliebte". Oil on canvas

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    Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven (1776-1848), Ludwig van Beethoven's brother. Oil on canvas (1841) by Leopold Gross

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    Rudolf of Austria (1788-1831), Archduke Cardinal Archbishop of Olmuetz, protector of Beethoven, founder of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna. Oil on canvas

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    Andre Cyrillowitch Prince Razumovsky (1752-1836), Ambassador of the Russian Tsar, patron of Ludwig van Beethoven. Oil on canvas

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    Ludwig van Beethoven's grandfather Ludwig (1712-1773), director of the orchestra of the Archbishop of Cologne in Bonn. Oil on canvas by A. Radoux

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    Prince Karl Lichnowsky (1756-1814), patron of Ludwig van Beethoven. Oil on canvas by Goedel

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    Franz Count of Brunsvik (1777-1849). Beethoven dedicated his "Apassionata" and "Fantasia for Piano" opus 77 to his friend Franz. Oil on canvas by Heinrich Thugut

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    Ludwig van Beethoven was born in this house in the room with the light in the window.

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    Ludwig van Beethoven's house.

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    Ludwig van Beethoven's organ-desk.

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    Inkwell and diary. Count Waldstein's entry in Beethoven's album on his departure for Vienna: "In Vienna you will receive the spirit of Mozart from Haydn's hands".

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    Ludwig van Beethoven's Amati violin on the piano in his house in Bonn.

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    Furnished room with piano. On his second trip to Vienna, Beethoven began to study composition with Franz Joseph Haydn. This is a typical room of the period.

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    Title page of Beethoven's Third Symphony "Eroica". In a fury, Beethoven erased the dedication to Napoleon (after Napoleon's coronation) leaving a hole in the paper. Composed 1802-1804

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    Title page of Beethoven's Third Symphony "Eroica". In a fury, Beethoven erased the dedication to Napoleon (after Napoleon's coronation) leaving a hole in the paper.

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    Lobkowitz Palace in Vienna, site of the first performance of Ludwig van Beethoven's Third Symphony "Eroica" in 1804. Coloured etching by Vincenz Reim

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