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Beethoven 贝多芬传

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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of the Black-Robed Spaniards.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse than it normally was . His
intestines started to swell, the condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up and to let the waters drain out and the water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standards of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to have attended it. There was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of
Vienna.

If I wanted to try and define the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up. One may resent the amount of attention which one is supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s
multidimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about it as hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope, you can look at it in so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Of all the things in Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It's a matter of how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces and with the most telling moments to a kind of deep grateful
hymn-like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!

 

intestine

n (usu pl 通常作复数) long tube in the body which helps to digest food and carries it from the stomach to the anus

 

dropsy

disease in which watery fluid collects in the body 水肿; 浮肿

 

multidimensional

Of, relating to, or having several dimensions.

多维的:有多维的、涉及多维的或与多维有关的

 

hymn

n song of praise, esp one praising God sung by Christians 赞美诗, 圣歌(尤指基督徒为颂扬上帝而唱的).

 

utterance

something you say

 

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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of black robes bent yard.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse then he normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up to let the water straight out. The water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese dinners of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi or dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about its hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look in with so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It’s a matter how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moment to a kind of deep grateful hymn-likeutterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!
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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of the black robes ballads.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse then he normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition as dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up open to let the water straight out. The water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese dinners of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax to a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi or dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about as hopeful as well. Even when its hope for something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look in so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing could make you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It’s a matter how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moment to a kind of deep grateful hymn-like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!
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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of Black Road Spaniard.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse then he normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up to let the water straight out. The water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standard of the day . More than 20,000 people were sent to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fan and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi that dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about its hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look in with so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It doesn't matter how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moment to a kind of deep grateful hymn like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!
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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of Black Road Spaniards.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse than it normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up and to let the water straight out and the water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standard of the day . More than 20,000 people were sent to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fan and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi that dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about its hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look at it in so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. Its matter how do a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!
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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th, 1827, at the age of 56, in this room in the house the Black Robe Spaniard. The very end of his life, his health got even worse and than he normally was. Intestines started to swell, the condition is dropsy. And he got so bad that he had to be cut up until that waters straight out. The water would weak out onto the bed and onto the floor, and it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese tennis of the day. More than 20 thousand people were sent to attend it. There was a very special ceremony was very publican, very telling tribute to Beethoven's fame and what to Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I want to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to starts very personally. And Beethoven's music is actually addicted to. He leads you on all the time and you can't stop listening. And this kind of intensity that gives your mind for listening is something you don't want to give up.

One may recite the emotive of attention was supposed to give to the music one would like music which one could relax to little more but you keep coming back to it because she would have to.

For me, there's reason why he's the greatest composer is that I feel his prepare to share his life with you more than any other composer. He's prepare all the bad parts of life as well and because of that and you learn more about own life. And it's multi-dimensional even when it of its saddest for something about hopeful as well, even when his hopeful is something better than sad. He's like looking through a kaleidoscope. You can notice several different angles.

It like a mirror and you're told this is you, this is me and only a great artist can to that. And the other think you make you downs makes you jump makes you laugh make you weep. But ok, these of music are like a mirror everybody sees himself.

Above the things that Beethoven that impresses me most is the remarkable generosity that appears in music.

Its muddle had a stormy and difficult life a lot of conflict in it returns again and again as the most important peaces and the most telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn like utterance. So to say life is good, it's all worth it.
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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of Black Roads Spaniards.
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The very end of his life, his health got even worse thAn he normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up to let the water straight out. The water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese dinners of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to find the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive,i mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi or dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about its hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look in with so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It’s a matter how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn-like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!

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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of Black Road Spaniards.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse than it normally was . His intestines started to swell. The condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up and to let the water drain out and the water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standard of the day . More than 20,000 people were sent to attend it. It was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fan and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try to define the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention that was supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multi that dimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about its hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look at it in so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Above all the things Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It's matter of have a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces in the most-telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!


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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of the Black-Robed Spaniards.

The very end of his life, his health got even worse than it normally was . His intestines started to swell, the condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up and to let the waters drain out and the water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death.

The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standards of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to have attended it. There was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna.

If I wanted to try and define the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up.
One may resent the amount of attention which one is supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to.

For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multidimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about it as hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope ,you can look at it in so many different angles.

It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself.

Of all the things in Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It's a matter of how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflict in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces and with the most-telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!

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Beethoven died in Vienna on March 26th , 1827, at the age of 56,in this room in the house of the Black-Robed Spaniards.

"The very end of his life, his health got even worse than it normally was . His intestines started to swell, the condition was dropsy, and it got so bad that he had to be cut up and to let the waters drain out and the water would leak out onto the bed and onto the floor. And it was a rather miserable death."

"The funeral was a miraculous event even by Viennese standards of the day . More than 20,000 people were said to have attended it. There was a very special ceremony. It was very public, and very telling tribute to Beethoven’s fame and to what Beethoven meant to the people of Vienna."

"If I wanted to try and define the importance of Beethoven today, I would have to start very personally. And Beethoven’s music is actually addictive, I mean he leads you on all the time and you can’t stop listening. And this kind of intensity that he demands for listening is something that you don’t want to give up. One may resent the amount of attention which one is supposed to give to the music when we like music, which one could relax a little more. But you keep coming back to it because you have to."

 
"For me the reason why he’s the greatest composer is that I feel that he’s prepared to share his life with you more than any other composer. He’s prepared to show all the bad parts of life as well. And because of that, I think you learn more about your own life. And it’s multidimensional even when it’s the saddest, there’s something about it as hopeful as well. Even when its hopeful is something better than sad. It’s like looking through a kaleidoscope, you can look at it in so many different angles."

"It’s like a mirror until you are told this is you, this is me. And only a great artist can do that. Any other thing that makes you dance, makes you jump, makes you laugh, makes you weep. But a great piece of music is like a mirror. Everybody sees himself."

"Of all the things in Beethoven that impresses me the most is the remarkable generosity that I hear in the music. It's a matter of how a stormy and difficult life with a lot of conflicts in it, returns again and again with his most important pieces and with the most-telling moments to a kind of deep grateful hymn-like utterance. So to say your life is good, it’s all worth it!"

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