Beethoven in Wien | Vienna

In time for the Beethoven Year 2020, this book lets you experience the life and work of Beethoven in Vienna in a new way – from the world premieres in the Theater an der Wien to the walks in Heiligenstadt.

Andreas J. Hirsch

17 × 23,5 cm
216 pages
106 photos and also historical photo material
English, German
Hardcover,  bound in linen,
„French Fold“-jacket
ISBN 978-3-903101-50-0
November 2019

29.90
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Authors

  • Andreas J. Hirsch

    Andreas J. Hirsch is a fine-art photographer, author and curator. His writings include books on Pablo Picasso, Tina Modotti, Friedensreich [...] more

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„Music is revelation, superior
to any wisdom and philosophy.
Anyone who opens himself to my music
must become free of all misery.“
Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), is one of the most famous and influential composers of all times. He was living in Vienna for more than 35 years and often changed addresses. The Theater an der Wien, where he also had an apartment for some time, was an important focal point for him. Here he conducted the world premiere of his only opera Fidelio and other main works of his. Taking the Theater an der Wien as a starting point, the author and photographer Andreas J. Hirsch traces the steps of the composer, exploring the magic of the Beethoven locations.

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„Music is revelation, superior
to any wisdom and philosophy.
Anyone who opens himself to my music
must become free of all misery.“
Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), is one of the most famous and influential composers of all times. He was living in Vienna for more than 35 years and often changed addresses. The Theater an der Wien, where he also had an apartment for some time, was an important focal point for him. Here he conducted the world premiere of his only opera Fidelio and other main works of his. Taking the Theater an der Wien as a starting point, the author and photographer Andreas J. Hirsch traces the steps of the composer, exploring the magic of the Beethoven locations.

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Weight1.5 kg / 3.31 lbs
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