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Beethoven, un compositeur autrichien dans l’Europe du XIXe siècle ? Quelques éléments de réponse au miroir de la presse musicale viennoise

Abstract : Born in Bonn in 1770, Ludwig van Beethoven moved to Vienna in 1792 and remained there until his death in 1827. The composer’s musical production quickly achieved national and international success that went far beyond the borders of the German-speaking world. This article examines the reception of Beethoven in the 19th century through the lens of the Viennese music press, a reception largely tinged with an Austrian patriotism that likes to deny Germany in general, and Bonn in particular, the primacy of the composer’s legacy. It is divided into four parts: the last years of the composer’s life and his death in 1827, the inauguration of the Beethoven monument in Bonn in August 1845, the centenary of his birth, contemporary with German unity in 1870-1871, and reviews of the numerous works and monographs devoted to the composer throughout the 19th century.
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Submitted on : Thursday, January 20, 2022 - 11:52:46 AM
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Matthieu Cailliez. Beethoven, un compositeur autrichien dans l’Europe du XIXe siècle ? Quelques éléments de réponse au miroir de la presse musicale viennoise. Austriaca, A paraître, Y a-t-il un Beethoven autrichien ?. ⟨hal-03537194⟩

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