Ludwig’s father, a middling singer in the Elector’s court and a man too often in his cups, pulled the precocious child out of school at the age of ten in hopes of earning some money on the shoulders of his talent (as a result, his handwriting was so bad that musicologists still struggle to authenticate his signature). He lost two siblings prematurely, had to assume full responsibility for his family as a teenager, fell madly for unrequiting lovers twice, and, most famously, began losing his hearing at the peak of his career.

Beethoven's music had three periods that are not very distinct since he transfers slowly into each. He wrote many symphonies and incredible pieces during these times. He was considered to be one of the most accomplished composers of both his and any time, only equaled by composers such as Franz Joseph Haydn and Mozart, both of which were, in my opinion, more famous and slightly more talented than others. Beethoven, during his trip to Bonn, he intended to study with Mozart, and earlier on, he studied briefly with Haydn. Beethoven never married, but liked to flirt and was always in love with someone. Two of his most famous works are the "Moonlight Sonata" and "Pastoral".

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