Our age praises the demystifications, maybe that’s why I do not really know what to do with a figure of the stature of Ludwig van Beethoven. It is out of place to say truisms as the history of music in two, who was the first composer who became independent of religious, domestic and nobility or was the sonorous equivalent of Michelangelo, a grandiose and irascible demiurge measuring only with himself same. He shares with Goya not only the deafness, the surliness and the change of time, but also a titanic will of

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