Beethoven

Beethoven

DVD - 1998
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Until the end of the eighteenth century, a musician in Europe was a skilled craftsman, basically a servant of the aristocracy. Ludwig van Beethoven saw himself as an artist and creator. He ended the Classical Era of European music (1750-1800) and began a new era where musicians were free to express themselves. The French Revolution brought about a new social order which greatly inspired him - he was the personification of the Revolution in music.
Audience: G
Publisher: Millburn, NJ : Meet the Musicians, LLC, c1998
Branch Call Number: DVD j921 BEE
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 56 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Meet the musicians

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