Beethoven and God

In answer to Schindler’s question about the Opus 31, No. 2, Beethoven replied, “Read Shakespeare’s Tempest.” Much is said about listening to your inner voice and soul, which is all well and good.  But first you have to connect your inner voice...

Madness and Art

In his turn, in a letter to a friend, composer Zelter from Berlin, Goethe let him know of his meeting with Beethoven:  “I met Beethoven. His talent astonished me; nevertheless, he unfortunately has a tumultuous personality, which is not completely wrong in...

Ego Triggers

“It is a singular sensation to see and hear one’s self praised, and then to be conscious of one’s own imperfections as I am.  I always regard such occasions as admonitions to get nearer the unattainable goal set for us by art and nature, hard as it...

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