Beethoven is honored by Google on its 245th anniversary –

Google dedicates today December 17 one of its most special Doodles. It is the 245th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig Van Beethoven, perhaps one of the most famous composers in history, so in Superhistory we review his biography.

Beethoven’s 245th Anniversary Doddle

Google has undoubtedly created some of its best Doodles of how many it has been launching in recent times. The special design for the 245th anniversary of the birth of the brilliant composer of symphonies such as “The Fifth Symphony”, “For Elisa”, “The Ninth Symphony” among others, allows us to play and help Beethoven himself to put his work in order. The Doodle is very complete and interactive. It begins with Beethoven rushing out, losing his papers. In then when the game begins where we have to order the different parts of the works of the German composer. After helping the composer, Beethoven will be able to reach his destination. Leon Hong is the author of the new Google Doodle dedicated to Beethoven, in collaboration with artist Nate Swinehart and engineers Jonathan Shneier and Jordan Thompson. own life of Ludwig van Beethoven, had some bad luck, the same as shown in the Doodle.

Biography of Ludwig Van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven was born on December 17, 1770 in Bonn, Germany. It is not really clear that December 17 is the day of his birth, but it is the day of his baptism, hence in the biographies this date is noted as his anniversary His father, a somewhat mediocre singer, was his first teacher.. After a while, although he was still just a boy, Ludwig began his career as an itinerant artist, and soon, eIt is he who is dedicated to supporting his family. At the age of twenty, Beethoven moved to Vienna, where he spent the rest of his life. Beethoven was one of the first composers to make a living without being employed by the church or a member of the nobility. At first, he was known as a brilliant pianist. But when he was around 30 years old he began to go deaf. Even without being able to hear well enough to play the piano, Beethoven composed some of his best pieces of music. And he also did it when he was already deaf. His sentimental life was somewhat complicated, but it served for some of his best compositions. He proposed to Therese Malfatti, to whom he later dedicated the trifle “Para Elisa,” one of his most famous compositions. The logical thing is that it would have been called “For Teresa”, but apparently, one of his disciples misunderstood the name of the dedication. Beethoven ands considered one of the greatest musical geniuses in history. He may be most famous for his nine symphonies, but mostly for mastering many kinds of music: such as chamber music and choral music, piano music, as well as string quartets, and even an opera. .

Beethoven’s most outstanding works:

Symphonies: Symphony No. 1, Op. 21 – C Major – 1799 Symphony No. 2, Op. 36 – D Major – 1801 Symphony No. 3 erotic, op. 55 – E flat Major – 1803 Symphony No. 4, op. 60 – B flat Major – 1806 Symphony No. 5, op. 67 – c minor – 1807 Symphony No. 6 Pastoral, op. 68 – F Major – 1808 Symphony No. 7, op. 92 – A Major – 1811 Symphony No. 8, op. 93 – F Major – 1812 Symphony No. 9, op. 125 – d minor – 1824 Choral compositions with orchestra: Mass in D mass solemnis, op. 123 – 1819 to 1823 Piano concerto: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15 – C Major – 1795 Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 19 – B flat Major – c.1788 to 1795 Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 37 – c minor – ?1800 Piano Concerto No.4, Op. 58 – G Major – 1804 Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperorop.73 – E flat Major

Video the best works of Beethoven: