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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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This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s, it always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the border where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there are any words to describe this, tune, and indeed they call it a bashre. It's beyond description. Some people say it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think it's the slow movement that is the most tragic, the slow movement that Beethoven wrote. Openly tragic that it is words, it is words of tragedy? Absolutely, in a kind of extrovert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that must have been something very hard to take. Up to then, he could always hear just a little bit .

Beethoven’s
ear trumpets are painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point, because if he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years of his life, Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip, malice and humor in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his
cleanliness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

Er, there's one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt. But apparently in this case he appeared beautifully turned out, everything in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today and he says, ah yes but, what just happened is that, from time to time his friends really feel something should be done about it. And they take away when he is asleep all his old clothes. And they lay out new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them, you know he isn't aware that there’s been any change.

 

ear trumpet

n.(名词)

A horn-shaped device formerly used to direct sound into the ear of a hearing-impaired person.

号角状助听器:一种号角状助听器,早期用于给听力受损的人助听用

 

cleanliness

the practice of keeping yourself or the things around you clean
  a high standard of cleanliness

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This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the boarder where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there’s any kind of this tune ,and it did because of the pressure .Its' beyond description. Some people say that it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think the slow movement is the most tragic. The slow movement that Beethoven wrote openly tragic that is the worst tragedy absolutely in a contrary extravert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that’s almost something very hard to take ,Up to then, he could almost hear just a little bit .
Beethoven’s ear tragic is a painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point , because he did that when he’s playing, it would have enhanced his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years in his life ,Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossips mallards and humors in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years of life were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

This one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt . But apparently in this case he appeared very beautifully turn-eyed, everything’s in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today. He says yes what just happened. It is from time to time his friends really feel that something should be done about it. They take away when he was asleep with all his clothes. And then laid on new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them , he ‘s not even aware that there’s been any change.

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This sonata **** 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the boarder where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there’s any birth to this kind ****.Its' beyond description. Some people say that it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think the slow movement is the most tragic. The slow movement that Beethoven wrote open tragic that is the worst tragedy absolutely in a contrary extravert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that’s almost something very hard to take ,up to then, he could almost hear just a little bit .
Beethoven’s ear tragic is a painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point , because he did that when he’s playing, it would have enhanced his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years in his life ,Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossips mallards and humors in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years of life were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

This one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt . But apparently in this case he appeared very beautifully turn-eyed, everything in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today. He says yes and what just happened. It is from time to time his friends really feel that something should be done about it. They take away when he was asleep with all his clothes. And then laid on new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them , he ‘s not even aware that there’s been any change.
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This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the boarder where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there’s any kind of this tune ,and it did because of the pressure .Its' beyond description. Some people say that it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think the slow movement is the most tragic. The slow movement that Beethoven wrote openly tragic that is the worst tragedy absolutely in a contrary extravert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that’s almost something very hard to take ,Up to then, he could almost hear just a little bit .
Beethoven’s ear tragic is a painful testament effect that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point , because he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years in his life ,Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip, mallards and humor in his conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

This one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt . But apparently in this case he appeared very beautifully turn-eyed, everything’s in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today. He says yes what has happened. It is from time to time his friends really feel that something should be done about it. They take away when he was asleep with all his clothes. And then laid on new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them , he ‘s not even aware that there’s been any change.
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I don't know if there is words describe this tune and indeed the * it’s beyond description. Some people its final acceptance of something maybe. But its only part of it. But it is in a different world. I think it's the slow moment it's the most tragic, slow moment of Beethoven wrote. Open the tragic that is worst, it’s worse of tragedy absolutely in a contrary extravert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano and that was something very hard to take up to then you could only see just a little bit.

Beethoven's ear traumatic are painful testament the fact that he never give up the struggle to hear his music. There is a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or piece of wood between his teeth and touch it to the keyboard at one point. Because if he did that when he was playing he would enhance his hearing. Profoundly deaf that for the last nine years in his life Beethoven supplies notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip * and humor in these composition books reveal that Beethoven's final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure and much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress to its external appearance even to his cleanness even be arrested as a trump around 1820. There's one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very unkempt. But apparently on this case he apparently beautifully turned eyed. Everything in place and somebody said that he's ready looking extraordinary well today and he says yes but what does happened is time to times his friends really fell something should be done about it. And they take away when was asleep with all his cloth and they laid on new ones. Beethoven just gets into it. He not even aware that there's been any changed.
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This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s, it always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the border where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there are any posts of this kind, this tune, and indeed they call Natasha. It's beyond description. Some people say / it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think it's the slow movement that is the most tragic, the slow movement that Beethoven wrote. Openly tragic that is it. Where is it? Where's its tragedy? Absolutely, in a kind of extrovert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that must have been something very hard to take. Up to then, he could always hear just a little bit .

Beethoven’s ear trumpets are painful testament effect that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point , because if he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years of his life ,Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip of marlis and humor in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

This one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt . But apparently in this case he appeared very beautifully turn-up, everything/ in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today and he says yes but what just happened / is it from time to time his friends really feel / something should be done about it. And they take away when he is asleep / all his old clothes. And they lay out new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them , he know he didn't even aware that there’s been any change.
on 春山如笑

This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s, it always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the border where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there are any posts of this hapless, this tune, and indeed they call Natasha. It's beyond description. Some people say / it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think it's the slow movement that is the most tragic, the slow movement that Beethoven wrote. Openly tragic that is it. Where is it? Where's its tragedy? Absolutely, in a kind of extrovert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that must have been something very hard to take. Up to then, he could always hear just a little bit .

Beethoven’s ear trumpets are painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point, because if he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years of his life, Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip of malice and humor in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

Er, there's one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt. But apparently in this case he appeared very beautifully turned out, everything/ in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today and he says yes but what just happened / is it from time to time his friends really feel / something should be done about it. And they take away when he is asleep / all his old clothes. And they lay out new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them, you know he didn't even aware that there’s been any change.


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This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s, it always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the border where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there are any words to describe this, tune, and indeed they call it a bashre. It's beyond description. Some people say / it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world.

I think it's the slow movement that is the most tragic, the slow movement that Beethoven wrote. Openly tragic that it is words, it is words of tragedy? Absolutely, in a kind of extrovert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that must have been something very hard to take. Up to then, he could always hear just a little bit .

Beethoven’s ear trumpets are painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point, because if he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing.

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years of his life, Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip, / malice and humor in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanliness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820.

Er, there's one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt. But apparently in this case he appeared // beautifully turned out, everything/ in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today and he says, ah yes but, what just happened / is that, from time to time his friends really feel / something should be done about it. And they take away when he is asleep / all his old clothes. And they lay out new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them, you know he isn't aware that there’s been any change.
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"This sonata Hammerklavier Op 106 is widely accepted as one of the greatest works by Beethoven. It’s, it always presented in my mind that this perhaps signified his graduation from telling us about his material experience and going into the world of total spirit, and maybe this is the border where he starts telling us about his spiritual experience of his life from the spiritual point of view. I don’t know if there are any words to describe this, tune, and indeed they call it a bashre. It's beyond description. Some people say it’s final acceptance of something, maybe. But it’s from the part of it. But it’s in a different world."

"I think it's the slow movement that is the most tragic, the slow movement that Beethoven wrote. Openly tragic that it is words, it's words of tragedy? Absolutely, in a kind of extrovert way. He could no longer hear himself play the piano, and that must have been something very hard to take. Up to then, he could always hear just a little bit."

Beethoven’s ear trumpets are painful testament to the fact that he never gave up the struggle to hear his music.

"There’s a story about Beethoven holding a pencil or a piece of wood between his teeth, and touching it to the keyboard at one point, because if he did that when he was playing, it would enhance his hearing."

Profoundly deaf for the last 9 years of his life, Beethoven supplied notebooks to people so they could communicate with him in writing. The gossip, malice and humor in these conversation books revealed that Beethoven’s final years were not all isolation and misery.

"After about 1818, Beethoven became a much more reclusive figure, a much more obviously eccentric character. He paid much less attention to his dress, to his external appearance even to his cleanliness, even being arrested as a tramp around 1820."

"Er, there's one rather nice anecdote about his appearance towards the end of his life. He normally appeared very very unkempt. But apparently in this case he appeared beautifully turned out, everything in place. And somebody said that he’s really looking extraordinary well today and he says, ah yes but, what just happened is that, from time to time his friends really feel something should be done about it. And they take away when he is asleep all his old clothes. And they lay out new ones. And Beethoven just gets into them, you know he isn't aware that there’s been any change."

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