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Beethoven: the Man and the Artist

The Man and the Artist, as Revealed in his own Words

This etext was produced by John Mamoun <mamounjo@UMDNJ.EDU> with
help from numerous proofreaders, including those at the
Distributed Proofreaders' page of Charles Franks.

"Beethoven: the Man and the Artist, as Revealed in his own Words"

edited by Friedrich Kerst and Henry Edward Krehbiel

The edition of "Beethoven: the Man and the Artist, as Revealed in
his own Words," was translated into English and published in 1905
by B.W. Hubsch. It was also republished unabridged by Dover
Publications, Inc., in a 1964 edition, ISBN 0-486-21261-0.

This electronic text was prepared by John Mamoun with help from
numerous other proofreaders, including those associated with
Charles Franks' Distributed Proofreaders website. Special thanks
to S. Morrison and R. Zimmerman for proofing, and to Andrew Sly for
key finishing touches. This e-text is public domain, freely
copyable and distributable for any non-commercial purpose, and may
be included without royalty or permission on a mass media storage
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copyright and public domain
  1. Brief biographical sketch
  2. Preface
  3. Concerning art
  4. Love of nature
  5. Concerning texts
  6. On composing
  7. On performing music
  8. On his own works
  9. On art and artists
  10. Beethoven as critic
  11. On education
  12. On his own disposition and character
  13. On sufferer
  14. Wordly Wisdom
  15. God
  16. Appendix
Jan 6, 2016
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