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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more so than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They’re in..

 

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune, improvise on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-kempt with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just ram them out of town.

 

Without the support of his patrons, without the kind of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find venues for performances, whether he’d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

 

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

 

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, and the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.


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Beethoven’s music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. Therefore perhaps much more certain than other music. It was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they could hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something the Beethoven’s patrons were actively involved. They er…

They would stage improvisation contests. “Shooter” as I like to call them, where each noble men arrow scrap was the sponsor a piano of virtue orzo and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from bun, ill caned with this funny rhyme land accent, hair all over the place and he would take on this bulwarked be frocked virtue orzoes and just ran out of the town.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, he could well of composed, but it’s questionable whether he’d have been able to find values for performances, whether he’d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been hurt, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Ops18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his music ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted theses down in every scraps paper, and then he found his craft paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really need to start using a proper manual script book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what is known as “sketch books”, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he has gotten an idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing and took a long time was most prudential and peacefully quickly. Obviously improvisations demonstrate that he could invent music extraordinary rapidly his music was more complex than it sounds. And he gets more complex as he goes and this is partly through the sketching process.
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Beethoven's music is controversial, and could be interpreted in ah, in two quite extreme way, as is very bad or very good. Um, therefore, perhaps much more cel than other music, it was in need of um, framing, um, in needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new commers, so that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively invovled that in…

They would stage improvisation contests, shoot house, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat woud sponsor a panelled vertu versa, and they would set them against each other. One would improvise, then the other would have to imitate the tone, improvise on it; Eh, then the second one would set a new tone, and the first one would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven arrived from ill-camped, with his funny Ireland accent, hair all over the place, and he would take on this be-weaked, be-frocked vertu versas. And just run them out of town.

Without the support of his patrons, without kinds of material, and public relations tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did. If he could well of composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find venus for perfomances, whether he'd have been able to enlist musicians, um, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his oppositing in set of string quartets, Beethoven, not 28, began to organize his music ideas more systematically. Right from the early stage, he used to make rough drafts of his works and he dropped this down on very scratterd paper. And then, he found this type of paper getting so muddly and disorganized, that he really need to start using a proper manual sript book for dropping all these ideas down. And so he started using what we learnt the Scatching Books which have lots of music fragmence all over the place.

He used to wandering around the countryside, with a little bit manual script paper in his hand, a pencil, when he picked up all the idea, he probably dropped it down. People very often think Beethoven was very slow at composing, and it took a long time as Mozat could dash up a peice quickly. Obviously the provisation demostrated he could invent music extrodinarily rapidly. His music was more complexed than it sounds, and it gets more complexed as he goes on. And this is possibly true that gets him process on.
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Beethoven s music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. Therefore perhaps much more sure than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven s patrons were actively involved. They in..

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, / I like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtual opposal and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonne, ill cant with this funny rhymed land accent, hair all over the place and he would take on this bewigged befrogged virtual opposals and just run them out of tune.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, he could well have composed, but it s questionable whether he d have been able to find values for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on very scraps of paper, and then he found his crafts of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books , which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time. Whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, / he could invent music extraordinary rapidly his music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes and this is partly through the sketching process.
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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. Therefore perhaps much more sure than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They in..

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, / I like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill cant with this funny Rhine land accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run them out of tune.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it s questionable whether he d have been able to find values for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on very scraps of paper, and then he found his crafts of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time. Whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, / he could invent music extraordinary rapidly his music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.


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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more set than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They in..

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, / I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run them out of tone.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find values for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, / he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.

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Beethoven’s music was controversial, it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. Therefore perhaps much more set than other music. It was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers, so that they would hear it in sympathetic ways and this is something that Beethoven’s patrons were actively involved.


They would stage improvisation contests, Shoutous, I’d like to call them, where each nobleman aristocrat would sponser a piano virtuoso , and they would set them against each other. One would improvise, then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it. Then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from B, ill-came with this funny Rhine and accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run them out of tone.


Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did. He could well compose but it is questionable whether he’d have been able to find values for performances, whether he’d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published and therefore whether his music would survive today.


With his opus 18 set of string quartets , Beethoven, now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically. Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works and he jotted these down on various scraps of paper. And then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down.


And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, and pencil, and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart’s. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.

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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more set than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways, and this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved.

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befogged virtuosos and just run them out of tone.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find values for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus-18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28 began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.


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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more set than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways, and this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved.

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befogged virtuosos and just run them out of tone.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find values for performances, whether he would been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28 began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.
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"Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more set than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They in.."

"They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvised on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run them out of tone."

"Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find values for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today."

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

"Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process."
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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good, therefore perhaps much more so than other music, it was in need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope, that could introduce it to new comers. So that they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They in..

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, / I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other, one would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune and improvise/ on it, then the second one would set a new tune and the first would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven, arrived from Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run them out of town.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kinds of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did, ah he could well have composed, but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find venues for performances, whether he d been able to enlist musicians, whether he would have been heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his Opus. 18 set of String Quartets, Beethoven now 28, began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works. And he jotted these down on various scraps of paper, and then he found these scraps of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what are known as sketch books, which have lots of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside, with a little bit of manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think that Beethoven was very slow at composing. It took a long time, whilst Mozart could dash off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation has demonstrated, / he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. His music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.

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Beethoven’s music was controversial, it could be interblended in two quite extreme ways as says, it's very bad or very good. Therefore perhaps much more than other music, it was in need of flaming, it needed a kind of protective envelop that introduces it to new commoners, so they will hear it in sympathetic ways and this is something that Beethoven’s patrons will actively involved.

They will stage in improvisation contests, shootout like to call them where each nobleman, would sponsor a piano virtuoso, and they will set them against each other. One would improvise, then the other will have to imitate the tune, improvise on it, then the second will set a new tune, and the first one will have to improvise
on it. And Bethovan, arrived from Boen, ill-come with this funny Rhineland action, hair all over the place, and he will take on these bewigged, befogged virtuosos and just run out of the town.

Without the support of his patrons, without the kind of material and public relations tasks that they carry it out on his behalf, he would not have been able to compose as he did. Or he could well have composed but it's questionable whether he'd have been able to find venue for performances whether he'd have been able to enlist musicians, er whether he would be heard, whether he would be published and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his OP 18 set of String Quartets, Bethovan now twenty began to organize his music ideas more systematically. Right from the early stage, he used to make rough drafts to his works. And he draws these down on various scrapes of paper. and then he found his scrape of paper getting so muddily and disorganized, that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for drawing these ideas down and so he started using or to know the sketch books which have a lot of musical fragment all over the place.

He used to wander around the countryside with a little bit of manuscript paper on his hand and a pencil, and if he got out an idea, he probably draw it down. People very often think that Beethoven was slow at composing, it took a long time with Mozart could dash a piece very quickly. Obviously his improvisation is demonstrated he could invent music extraordinary rapidly, his music was more complex as soon as it sounds, and it gets more complex as he goes on and this is a part to be through the sketching process.
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Beethven's music is controversial, it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. And therefore perhaps much more set than other musical. It was a need of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope that create introduce it to new comers. So they would hear it in sympathetic ways. And this is something that Beethoven patrons were actively involved. They were in.....

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I'd like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso and they would set them against each other. One would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvise on it. Then the second one would set a new tune, and the first one would have to improvise on it. And Beethoven arrived from
Bonn, ill-come with this funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befrogged virtuosos and just run out of tone. Without suppport of his patrons, without the kind of material and public relations, tasks that they carried out on his behalf, he would not be able to compose as he did on as well as he compse but it's questionable whether he'd be able to find value for his performances, whether he'd be able to enlist musicians or whether he would be heard, whether he would have been published, and therefore whether his music would survive today.

With his opus 18 set of Sting Quartets, Beethoven now 28 organized his musical ideas more systematically. Right from his early stage, he used to make rough draft on his works and he jotted these down various scraps of paper. And then he found these scrap papers getting so muddily and disorganized that he really needed to start a proper manuscript book jotting these ideas down. And so he started using what is known as sketch books whick have a lot of musical fragments all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside with a little manuscript paper in his hand, a pencil. If he got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think Beethoven was very slow on composing. It took a long time while Mozart dashed off a piece very quickly. Obviously improvisation demonstrated he could invent music extraordinarily rapidly. His music is more complex than Mozart's, and it gets more complex as it goes on and this is partly through the sketch processing.

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Beethoven's music was controversial; it could be interpreted in two quite extreme ways as, as very bad or very good. And therefore perhaps much more said in other music, it was indeed of framing, it needed a kind of protective envelope that could introduce it to newcomers. So that they would hear it sympathetic ways. And this is something Beethoven's patrons were actively involved. They in ...

They would stage improvisation contests. Shootouts, I like to call them, where each nobleman, aristocrat would sponsor a piano virtuoso, and they would set them around each other. One would improvise then the other would have to imitate the tune improvise on it. Then the second one would send a new tune and first one has to improvise on it. And Beethoven arrived from Bonn ill-come with funny Rhineland accent, hair all over the place and he would take on these bewigged befogged virtuosos and just run them out of town.

Without the supporters of his patrons, without the kind of material and public relations, task that they carried out on his behalf, we would not have been able compose as he did. He could well up composed but its questionable whether he's been able to find venues for performances whether have been enlist musicians, whether he would been heard, whether he would been published and therefore whether he's music could survived today.

With his opus 18 set of string quartets, Beethoven now 28 began to organize his musical ideas more systematically.

Right from the early stage, he used to make rough draft to his works and he jotted these down in various scraps paper and then he found these scarps paper getting so muddily and disorganized that he really needed to start using a proper manuscript book for jotting these ideas down. And so his starts using was known sketchbooks, which have lots musical fragment all over the place. He used to wander around the countryside with a little bit manuscript paper in his hand, the pencil and if got an odd idea, he promptly jotted it down. People very often think Beethoven was slow of composing. It took a long time whilst Mozart could dash off piece very quickly; obviously improvisation demonstrated he could invent music extraordinary rapidly. This music was more complex than Mozart's. And it gets more complex as he goes on and this is partly through the sketching process.
Maybe, I'm better than I give myself credit for.
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