OTHER WORDS FROM BeethovenBee·tho·vi·an [bey-toh-vee-uhn], /beɪˈtoʊ vi ən/, Bee·tho·ve·ni·an [bey-toh-vee-nee-uhn, -veen-yuhn], /ˌbeɪ toʊˈvi ni ən, -ˈvin yən/, adjective
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How to use Beethoven in a sentence
Just wait, he says, computers will one day produce art as transcendent as the works of Beethoven and Picasso were in their times.
Beethoven himself had little to do with creating the narrow culture of classical music that developed in the centuries following his death in 1827.
Beethoven invented that and we take it for granted now, so I think there’s a way in which everything that we do — including me writing a piece that challenges something from the past — shows that we have inherited this legacy from Beethoven.
It’s a certain kind of particular personality type where you care a lot about one thing and you go deep on that one thing, and it’s probably the same personality type that Beethoven had.Writer Anand Giridharadas on tech’s billionaires: “Are they even on the same team as us?”|Connie Loizos|September 25, 2020|TechCrunch
For instance, “Columbus, Beethoven, Socrates, Wagner, Verdi, Corneille,” The answer here would be the three composers Beethoven, Wagner, and Verdi.America’s Math Curriculum Doesn’t Add Up (Ep. 391)|Steven D. Levitt|October 3, 2019|Freakonomics
David Lowery of Camper von Beethoven and Cracker made this case in a viral post from 2012.Death of the Author by Viral Infection: In Defense of Taylor Swift, Digital Doomsayer|Arthur Chu|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The comparison is not grotesque, since Samuragochi is, like Beethoven, deaf.
It was Beethoven who once fired his housekeeper for telling a lie.
But for all his self-absorption, the Japanese Beethoven ought to have learned from his German counterpart in another manner.
Beethoven, of course, was no stranger to megalomania, and he even loved to brag to his friends about his vanity.
I suppose he is sick of the sound of them, or perhaps it is because he feels obliged to be conscientious in teaching Beethoven!
She had prepared Beethoven's great E flat Concerto, which everybody plays here.
I wish you were here now so that I could play you a set of little variations by Beethoven called, "I've only got a little hut."
Tchaikovsky, on the contrary, had more respect than enthusiasm for Beethoven, and never aimed at following in his footsteps.
He was actually an enthusiastic admirer of Beethovens later period; but he stopped short at Beethoven, or rather at Mendelssohn.