The lessons I learned from Beethoven...

@ellavila (149)
July 19, 2008 12:20am CST
Yes, when I read Beethoven's past life before he came as one of the most famous classical music composers, I was touched by the way he lifted himself from his expected life-long agony of his family. He was a battered child and even his wife, he got deaf before he got inetested to music, but he still survived from the pain and tried to live the way he always wanted. Inspite of being deaf he tried hard to felt his music and made a huge contribution to the music world. Who ever thought that the music "Fur Elise" is the music we use to hear from the music box with ballet dancer turning around and around, was composed by a deaf composer? I learned this from him and I hope it will be your inspiration also; "from struggle, to Beethoven."
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