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Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most famous classical music composers. Enjoy Beethoven’s music and his famous works with Beethoven – Classical Music app.
Beethoven – Classical Music free app enables you to listen to some of the best classical songs or to read Beethoven’s biography. This app is suitable for classical music lovers, adults and is good quality music for children. You can listen to Beethoven music just because you are a fan, but there are actually some health benefits of listening to classical music: it lowers blood pressure, reduces stress levels, helps you fight depression and anxiety and it enhances memory and alertness. It is suitable for students as a background music for studying. If you feel like you need relaxing music you can listen to Beethoven – Classical Music and spend some quality free time. Classical music, especially elegant sounds of Beethoven’s 9th symphony or soothing sounds of Moonlight Sonata will help you cope with both emotional and physical pain in numerous ways. Beethoven – Classical Music will elevate your mood and help you get in touch with your emotions.
With this app, you can listen to classical music for free, all the time and everywhere you go. Play music and relax with the sounds of Beethoven’s Fur Elise, Ode to Joy or Eroica symphony. Become familiare with the sounds of famous classical music and Beethoven’s compositions.
Beethoven – Classical Music Features:
Simple to use interface design
Add songs to favorites
Repeat option for one song or the whole play-list
Shuffle option to play random songs
Beethoven – biography
Ludwig van Beethoven (baptized on December 17, 1770 – died on March 26, 1827) was a German famous composer and pianist from Bonn. He remains one of the most influential composers of all times.
In order to develop his musical talent, he moved to Vienna in 1787. He hoped to study there with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; however, there is only a speculation that Beethoven studied with Mozart. In 1792 Beethoven starts to study piano with Joseph Haydn in Vienna. When the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II died in 1790, a 19-year-old Beethoven composed a musical memorial in his honor called Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II. On April 2, 1800 Beethoven debuted his Symphony No. 1. His maturity as a musician was demonstrated in “Six String Quartet”. Beethoven also composed The Creatures of Prometheus in 1801. As an admirer of Napoleon Bonaparta he debuted his Symphony No. 3 in his honor. He later renamed it “Eroica Symphony” once disillusioned about Napoleon Bonaparta.
Even though Beethoven struggled with deafness he composed some of the most famous works in the last years of his life: “Moonlight Sonata”, the “Kreutzer” violin sonata, “Missa Solemnis” and “Fidelio”, his only opera. Beethoven’s Ninth and final symphony was completed in 1824 with the text of Friedrich Schiller poem “Ode to Joy”. Beethoven died on March 26, 1827, at the age of 56.
Beethoven – Classical Music has been tested on HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5, Google Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy Note S3, LG G2 and Sony Xperia Z1S, among other phones. Compatible with Verizon, AT&T and all other providers.
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