Royalty Free Music track: Beethoven String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat major, Op. 18 No. 6: 4. La Malinconia Adagio
Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat major, Op. 18 No. 6: 44. La Malinconia Adagio. Recorded live in studio by the Allegro String Ensemble, exclusively for Lynne Publishing.
|Track ID number:||22692|
|CD-collection containing this track:||Music collection: Classical Chamber Strings, Vol. 8|
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|Artist:||Allegro String Ensemble -- Beethoven, Ludwig van|
|Composer:||Ludwig van Beethoven|
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Allegro String Ensemble is a chamber string orchestra from California, sometimes appearing as a string quartet and sometimes as a string quintet, recording favorite classical masterpieces exclusively for Lynne Publishing. All performances are 100% live, without the use of computers or electronics, and all recordings are live-in-studio single-take direct recordings.
Ludwig van Beethoven
December 17, 1770 – March 26, 1827
The German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven was one of the most influential composers ever to grace classical music. His contributions were crucial to the evolution from the Classical and Romantic musical eras. Known as a quick-tempered personality, Beethoven’s life was filled with tumult and drama.
Beethoven was recognized as a prodigy as a young age, and was trained by his father. He played viola, meeting other notable players of the time. At 22, Beethoven moved to Vienna from Bonn, and studied under Franz Joseph Haydn. The relationship was not an easy one, however it became a catalyst for Beethoven’s style. During this time he was known for his virtuosity as a pianist, and as a composer, and began composing his own works. His pieces were considered unique and bold.
In 1801, Beethoven realized he was going deaf. Despite this, this time was marked by brilliant compositions such as Symphony No. 3. He continued to compose for a decade even while deaf, and his most triumphant pieces originate from this time.
Piano Concerto #5 in E-flat
Violin Concerto in D
Symphony #3 in E-flat
Symphony #5 in C Minor
Symphony #6 in F
Symphony #9 in D