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Beethoven and the Catholic Brentanos: The Story Behind Beethoven's Missa Solemnis (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 10 ott 2007

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Excellently Written, Dr. Lund 13 agosto 2015
Di Kim Yaruss - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Excellently written short treatise on the depth of the Brentano family's faith in their religion, how this faith brought Beethoven to his own personal crisis - and how this crisis encouraged him to write his most exceptional work, his Missa Solemnis, in honor of Karl Josef, the son he had with Antonie Brentano. This short booklet describes in depth how important it was for Antonie especially to know that her very sick little boy had the opportunity to choose God and go to heaven; that the only thing in the world that soothed him when he was ill was Beethoven's music. There is a wealth of information out there by scholars too many to mention who all say that Beethoven's Missa was written by a sudden return to faith on Beethoven's part; but nothing could be further than the truth. Beethoven was a non-believer; did not attend church, detested any and all forms of organized religion, including the faith he was brought up in, Roman Catholicism. His beliefs centered around nature, and the goodness of mankind and brotherhood; he was pagan, pure and simple, if we choose to give labels - but nothing more. His Missa was a testament to the love he had for his poor sick child, whom he was never allowed to see; whom he sought news of through letters and word from friends. He wrote his Missa as a message of love to his boy - to bring him comfort, joy and peace. An amazing legacy indeed.