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Beethoven 贝多芬传

犹如蛟龙游遍浩瀚的大海,音乐王国哪里都有他翱翔的身影。他的后辈不可能将他的成就作为起点,只能重新做起,因为他的先辈已经到达艺术的绝顶!----《贝多芬传》






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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

 

My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it's true, but can not make out the words.

 

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don't worry about it, it's a bit of wax, it'll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

 

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we find that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and sort of rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

 

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document that was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

 

Oh, you men who think or say I am hostile and peevish or misanthropic, how greatly you wrong me.

It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.

But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect in me than another's, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,

I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.

It seemed to be impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

 

Careful dating the sketches has been very revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this Oratorio, Christ on the Mount of Olives. And it’s a very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.

 

meningitis

Inflammation of the meninges of the brain and the spinal cord, most often caused by a bacterial or viral infection and characterized by fever, vomiting, intense headache, and stiff neck.

脑膜炎:脑膜及脊椎膜的炎症,通常是由细菌或病毒感染而引起,以高烧、呕吐、剧烈头痛及脖子僵硬为特征

wax

a natural sticky substance in your ears

 

stone-deaf

completely unable to hear

 

peevish

easily annoyed by small and unimportant things

misanthropic

 

If you describe a person or their feelings as misanthropic, you mean that they do not like other people.

 

Oratorio

a long piece of music in which a large group of people sing

 

crucify

to kill someone by fastening them to a cross钉在或绑在十字架上处死

 

Eroica

Symphony(贝多芬的)《英雄交响曲》(即《降E大调第三交响曲》)

 

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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven is suffered a serious illness, possibly Meningitis.

“My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night,” He wrote, “I can hear sounds, it’s true, but can not make out the words.”

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age. At the height of his early fame, producing great works, suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctor said don’t worry about it it’s a bit of wax, it’ll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted in fact at what he was not fully deaf—stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we foul that fact way early on and then we forget about it and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to reacquaint ourselves with that fact and consider rethink about it and we read the elegance start testament.

The highly constate testament is a document was written in 1802, not amounts of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think I’ll sad in Oscar, *** how greatly you wrong.
It was impossible for me to say to the people: “Speak louder, shout for I am deaf.”
For how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect and neat than another’s, a sense which I wants to possessed in the greatest perfection,
I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within thee.

Careful dating the sketches has in the revealing. For the first work he wrote after the highly constate testament worst his otorrhea crusting the mountain village. It’s a very strange work; in the tip doesn’t he would hold of the prides of passion story like most passions like bounds passion. He dealt with just the aspects of suffering, loneliness, and isolation, of Christ as he is bounds to be, puts advices the nights before he’s create fiction. And how Christ gets to over come all this and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven’s feeling of his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the highly constate testament was his work of symphony.
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven has suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

“My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night,” He wrote, “I can hear sounds, it’s true, but can not make out the words.”

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age. At the height of his early fame, producing great works, suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctor said don’t worry about it it’s a bit of wax, it’ll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf—stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we foul that fact way early on and then we forget about it and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to reacquaint ourselves with that fact and so rethink about it and we read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document which was written in 1802, after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think or say I'm obstinate, ~ or misanthropic, how greatly you wrong me.
It was impossible for me to say to / people: “Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.”
For how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than another’s, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,
I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me

Careful dating the sketches involved revealing. For its first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament.Was his otorrhea crusting the maintain village. It’s a very strange work; in that it doesn’t he will hold off a quite passion's story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He dealt the just, the aspect/ of suffering, loneliness, / isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night/ before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven/ feeling / his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven has suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

“My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night,” He wrote, “I can hear sounds, it’s true, but can not make out the words.”

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age. At the height of his early fame, producing great works, suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctor said don’t worry about it it’s a bit of wax, it’ll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf—stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we foul that fact way early on and then we forget about it and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to reacquaint /re-acquire ourselves with that fact and so rethink about it and we read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document which was written in 1802, after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think or say that I am / or misanthropic, how greatly you wrong (me).

It was impossible for me to say to people: “Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.”

For how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than another’s, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,

I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.

It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me

Careful dating the sketches involved revealing. For its first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament. Was his otorrhea crusting the maintain village. It’s a very strange work; in that it doesn’t he will hold off a quite passion's story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He dealt the just, the aspect of suffering, loneliness, isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it s true, but can not make out the words.

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don t worry about it, it s a bit of wax, it ll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament .

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think or say I'm out of style or misanthropic, how greatly you're wrong.
It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.
But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than another s, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,
I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me

Careful dating the sketches has involved revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this oratorio Christ on the maintain ovlives. This is a very strange work; in it he doesn t deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He dealt with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.



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homework

In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

--My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it s true, but can not make out the words.

"He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don t worry about it, it s a bit of wax, it ll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years."

"When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament."

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

--Oh, you men who think or say I'm out of style or misanthropic
--how greatly you're wrong.
--It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.
--But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than anothers, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection
--I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
--It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

"Careful data the sketches has involved revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this oratorio Christ on the maintain ovlives. This is a very strange work; in it he doesn't deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He dealt with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony. "
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it's true, but can not make out the words.

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don't worry about it, it's a bit of wax, it'll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document that was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think or say I'm out of style or misanthropic, how greatly you're wrong.
It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.
But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than another's, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,
I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

Careful dating the sketches has involved revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives. This is a very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.
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Oh, you men who think or say I'm out of style,peevish or misanthropic, how greatly you're wrong.
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it's true, but can not make out the words.

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don't worry about it, it's a bit of wax, it'll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document that was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you men who think or say I'm out of style or misanthropic, how greatly you're wrong.
It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.
But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect to me than another's, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,
I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.
It seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

Careful dating the sketches has involved revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this oratorio Chris on the Mount of Olives. This is a very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole of Chris's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Chris as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Chris is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.
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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

My ears continued to hum and buzz day and night, he wrote, I can hear sounds, it's true, but can not make out the words. He first noticed that his hearing was going when he was around 28 years of age, at the height of his early fame, producing great works suddenly he knew his hearing was begining to go. The doctor said don't worry about it, it's a bit of wax, it'll be alright, but it kept getting worse. And it lasted, in fact, he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf that we would call it, until his final years.

When we were little children we heard that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on and we forget about it. And we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. Every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and rethink about ----. --was a document was written in 1892 after months of suicidal of despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone his summer to rest his ears.

Oh you men who think or say ----or misanthropic, how greatly you are wrong. It was impossible for me to say to people: speak louder, shout for I am deaf. But how could I possibly admit weakness of one's sense would be more perfect to me than others, a sense I possessed in the greatest perfection, only my heart held me back, it seemed to me impossibly to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

Careful dating the sketches has involved revealing because the first work he wrote after the ---- testament was this oratorio Christ on the maintain ----. This is a very strange work; in it he doesn t deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He dealt with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified at the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the --- Testament was the Eroica symphony.

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Homework

In 1796 or 97, Beethoven has suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

"My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night" he wrote. "I can hear sounds, its, true but cannot make out the words."

He first notices that his hearing was going when he was around 28 years of age. At the height of his early fame, producing great works, suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. But doctors say don't worry it, it bit of wax. It will be all right. But he kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, and he was not fully deaf, stone deaf that he would call it until his final years.

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf. So we fell that fact way early on and then we forget about it. And then we forget what does means to be deaf. Every now and then I think we need to reacquire ourselves with that fact and rethink about it and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

The Heiligenstadter Testament is document was written in 1802 after the month of suicidal despair. It name comes from the village where was written. Beethoven has gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

Oh, you man who think or say I'm out of style, peevish or misanthropic, how greatly you are wrong. Was impossible for me to say to people speak louder shout for I am death. How I possibly admit weakness of one sense which will be more perfect to me than another's, as sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection. I would end my life, only my art held me back. It seemed to be impossible to leave the world until I produce all that I felt was in me.


Careful dating the sketches has involved revealing because his first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this oratorio Chris on the Mount of Olives. It's very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole Chris’s passion story like most passion like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect to suffering loneliness and isolation of Chris as his about to be crucified the night before his crucifixion. And how Chris is get to overcome all this and saved the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work, he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony

Maybe, I'm better than I give myself credit for.

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In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

 

My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night, He wrote, I can hear sounds, it's true, but can not make out the words.

 

He first noticed that his hearing was going, when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said don't worry about it, it's a bit of wax, it'll be all right. But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

 

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we fell that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and sort of rethink about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

 

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document that was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

 

Oh, you men who think or say I am hostile and peevish or misanthropic, how greatly you wrong me.

It was impossible for me to say to people: Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf.

But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect in me than another's, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection,

I would have ended my life, only my art held me back.

It seemed to be impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

 

Careful dating the sketches has been very revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter testament was this Oratorio, Christ on the Mount of Olives. And it’s a very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified /// the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world. And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.

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We must live through all time, or die by suicide!


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And I saw the English, that it was good.
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Homework

 

In 1796 or 97, Beethoven had suffered a serious illness, possibly meningitis.

 

“My ears continue to hum and buzz day and night”, he wrote. “I can hear sounds, it’s true, but cannot make out the words.”

 

He first noticed that his hearing was going when he was around 28 years of age at the height of his early fame, producing great works. Suddenly he knew his hearing was beginning to go. The doctors said “don’t worry about it, it’s a bit of wax, it’ll be all right.” But it kept getting worse and it lasted, in fact, I mean he was not fully deaf, stone-deaf as we would call it, until his final years.

 

When we were little children we hear that Beethoven was deaf, so we find that fact away early on, and then we forget about it, and then we forget sort of what that means to be deaf. And every now and then I think we need to re-acquaint ourselves with that fact and sort of re-think about it, and re-read the Heiligenstadter Testament.

 

The Heiligenstadter Testament is a document that was written in 1802 after months of suicidal despair. Its name comes from the village where it was written. Beethoven had gone there for the summer to rest his ears.

 

“Oh, you men who think or say I am hostile and peevish or misanthropic, how greatly you wrong me.”

 

It was impossible for me to say to people: speak louder, shout, for I am a deaf. But how could I possibly admit weakness of the one sense which should be more perfect in me than another’s, a sense which I once possessed, in the greatest perfection, I would have ended my life, only my art held me back. It seemed to be impossible to leave the world until I produced all that I felt was within me.

 

Careful dating the sketches has been very revealing because the first work he wrote after the Heiligenstadter Testament was this Oratorio, Christ on the Mount of Olives. And it’s a very strange work, in that he doesn't deal with the whole of Christ's passions story, like most passions like Bach's passion. He deals with just the aspect of suffering, loneliness and isolation of Christ as he is about to be crucified the night before his crucifixion. And how Christ is going to overcome all these and save the world? And this is very much like Beethoven feeling his own isolation. And the other work he wrote straight after the Heiligenstadter Testament was the Eroica symphony.

 

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