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Passion and Love Beethovens Life The film Immortal Beloved was amazing It was something very entertaining yet educational at the same time Ive always known about Beethoven From the time of my early childhood days I have been introduced to culture Music is one aspect of culture that I was always exposed to I remember going to music stores with my parents and buying stacks of classical compact discs When I was a child though I never really appreciated this type of music I used to complain whenever my parents would play their cds Having watched Immortal Beloved I have a new appreciation for classical music especially that of Beethovens The passion feeling glory sadness joy triumph regret that his music contains and conveys which once escaped me now hits me straight at my core I really and truly enjoyed Immortal Beloved a lot As soon as I got home after watching this film I raided my parents music cabinet I had an inane desire to listen to Beethovens music after learning a bit more about his life Listening to his music willingly for the first time in my life I found myself touched I think that knowing the background behind the man and the music gave me a better appreciation and overall view of his masterpieces Beethoven was a genius Talent like that only comes very rarely in this world We were blessed to have a Beethoven who was able to write music like that What I find admirable is that he recognized his gift and he wanted to share it with the world He was an eccentric genius who to a certain extent didnt know how to handle a normal life anymore I think maybe he was too much of a genius to go down from his perch and join the rest of humanity in the way we live our lives He has his own way of doing every little thing-
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