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    Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany, on December 16, 1770, the son of a court musician. His father was determined to make him a child prodigy and trained him vigorously.

    Once the young Beethoven played for Mozart and afterward Mozart commented, “Mark that young man, he will make a name for himself in the world.” 

    Beethoven eventually became one of the greatest musical geniuses ever lived and was best known for his nine symphonies. He played a crucial part in connecting the Classical and Romantic styles of Western music. 

    His life was heroic but at the same time tragic, much like his music.


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