Beethoven's growth story
 
  Beethoven is Caesar in Western classical music. Can anyone know that Beethoven suffered from ear problems when he was 25 years old and deaf when he was 45 years old. Beethoven's music brought endless enjoyment to future generations, but he could not enjoy his own creations during his lifetime.
 
  Please pay attention to this born musician
 
  On December 6, 1770, Beethoven was born in a musical family in Bonn. He played the harpsichord when he was 4 years old, and he performed on stage at the age of 8 and won the reputation of a musical prodigy. At the age of 10, he was taught by Prussian's most famous music educator Nie Fei. At the age of 12, after Nie Fei’s recommendation, he was the assistant to the organ of the court of the Earl of Walterstein. This was the beginning of Beethoven’s “music servant” career.
 
  At the age of 17, Beethoven went to visit the music master Mozart and received a warm reception. After listening to Beethoven playing a few piano pieces, Mozart said excitedly: "Come, please pay attention to this young man. In the near future, he will win the praise of the world!" Mozart also promised to teach Beethoven. Unfortunately, two months later, Beethoven’s mother died suddenly. In this regard, Beethoven's father was depressed and drunk all day long. Beethoven had to provoke the burden of raising a family, and returned to the original opera house as a pianist.
 
  At the age of 19, France broke out and Beethoven wrote a chorus of "Who is a free man" with passion to express his desire for freedom and democracy. Later, Beethoven met with the Duke of Lishinovsky through a person introduction. He appreciated Beethoven's talent and accepted him as a musical servant. Beethoven soon also fascinated the Viennese with his improvisational piano. His music melody was like a torrent of water, sometimes it was like a sea of ​​waves, sometimes like a bird, and sometimes a storm. Someone has commented that Beethoven’s improvisation is “full of life and beauty”.
 
  I want to hold the throat of fate
 
  At the age of 30, Beethoven fell in love with a countess, Juliet. Chichardi, but her father suspected that Beethoven was born low-lying, just to give her daughter a count. This gave Beethoven great spiritual stimulation, and it is said that his famous song "To Alice" was created during this time.
 
  The loss of love made him sad, but what made him sad was that his ears began to worry. In a letter to his friend, he wrote: "I live a miserable life... If you do other professions, maybe you can; but in my business, this is the most terrible experience!" Beethoven He tried his best to treat it, but it didn't help. He moved to the countryside of Victoria for two years. As a result, the condition did not improve, but it worsened. Even the church bells across the window could not be heard.
 
  In desperation, Beethoven thought of death many times, but he was not willing to leave the world, he firmly believed that only music can save him. In a letter to his friend, he wrote: "I want to hold the throat of fate, not let it destroy me!" Beethoven decided to engage in music creation for the rest of his life. Since then, the official music of Viana has lost an outstanding piano player, but the world music scene has produced an immortal composer.
 
  Beethoven began his music creation at the age of 32. After nearly two years of exploration and exploration, he finally created the first work with his own distinctive features - "The Third Symphony" ("The Symphony of Heroes"). The most striking feature is that the pitch is ups and downs, sometimes calm and meditation, and sometimes angry and roaring, it is emotionally angry. Beethoven's creation of "The Symphony of Heroes" was originally intended for Napoleon, but when he heard the news that Napoleon was crowning the emperor in Notre Dame, he was furious and angered and painted his original words, but changed it to: "Heroes Symphony" - to commemorate a great person.
 
  Beethoven has only one
 
  In October 1809, the French army occupied Vienne, and the Austrian aristocrats who were inflamed were vying for the occupants, including the Duke of Lishinovsky, who forced Beethoven to play the piano for the French officers. Beethoven couldn't bear it. He took a stool and threw it at the Duke, and left the count's house that night. Leave a note in front of the line and write: "Duke, you become a duke, but it is caused by accidental birth; and I became Beethoven because of myself. The Duke now has, and there will be in the future; And Beethoven has only one!"
 
  On another occasion, when Beethoven walked with Goethe, he met the Queen, the Prince and a group of nobles. Faced with them, Goethe immediately gave way, and Beethoven said calmly: "The way should be them, not us!" But Goethe took off the top hat and stood on the side of the road, while Beethoven carried his hands. Stride forward. As a result, the Prince recognized Beethoven, and quickly took off his hat to pay tribute to him. His attendants also divided the two sides with respect and respect, and watched Beethoven pass by. At that time, Beethoven really felt the dignity of being a man .
 
  When Beethoven was 54 years old, he created the Ninth Symphony ("Ode to Joy"). He spent six years before and after creating and modifying the piece. On May 7, 1824, the Ninth Symphony was first performed at the Vianakard Theatre. Beethoven personally directed the performance, he did not look at the music in front of him, and could not hear the slightest sound of the piano. He relied on his own memory to direct the performance. As a result, the audience were so excited that they burst into a warm applause from time to time, applauding up to five times! The members of the royal family did not applaud three times.
 
  Psychological Analysis of Beethoven's Self-motivated Personality
 
  Psychologically, Beethoven has repeatedly created a brilliant music chapter under extremely difficult conditions, which has a great relationship with his self-motivated personality. The outstanding feature of self-interested personality is that it can quickly transform the pressure of life into the motivation of self-motivation, and gain spiritual satisfaction in the constant struggle . Self-motivated people are also very good at sublimating personal mental suffering. They will regard every life setback as an opportunity for personal growth, thus honing their will.
 
  Beethoven’s value lies in his inner balance in music creation when he is frustrated. For example, Beethoven wrote "To Alice" for his love affair, and wrote "The Third Symphony" ("The Symphony of Heroes") because of his longing for freedom. He wrote the "Ninth Symphony" because of his deafness. ")), his music creations are full of deep feelings of life, but also full of passion. His biggest saying is "I want to hold the throat of fate." He used his life's efforts to prove to the world that he has this ability!
 
  The value of Beethoven is that he will always be proud of his dignitaries, and he will not deliberately end up with them because he is despicable. In his music creation, he also highlights his arrogance. The melody he wrote is comparable to the waves, and he is full of personality.
 
  A deaf person can write the most beautiful and inspiring music chapter of mankind. This is the immortal legend of Beethoven's self-motivated personality.