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Beethoven. Symphony 5

Beethoven. Symphony 5

What to say? It’s Beethoven with his 5th symphony: inspiring, magic, glorious, marvelous…

Portrait Ludwig van Beethoven when composing t...

Portrait Ludwig van Beethoven when composing the Missa Solemnis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yes, if I had to choose a musician I would choose Beethoven. Of course, this is not a competition and we can continue enjoying Mozart, Mahler and many other magic and great composers but, if I had to choose, maybe I would choose Beethoven for the top of the musicians because he really inspires me. Beethoven makes me stronger with the force of his compositions, with his joyful and his great combination of movement in each symphony.

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  • and who doesn’t love the brilliant beethoven! you’re so right, jack, about this piece – his 5th symphony – inspiring magic glorious marvelous – a wonderful tribute you’ve written – but wait, you’re not paid but in food!!! well, in today’s times, not a bad thing, jack – food is good – and – now, i’m just sayin’…but – i’ve also seen photos of you at the bar having a drink or two – then, there’s the housing thing – free housing – AND – all the love in the world from your humans – i’d say a very very lucky dog, jack – very lucky! 😉

    • martincid

      hahaha, in fact he doesn’t like whisky but it’s a different story with jam- Thanks for the comments, Jenean!

      • oh, a jam-man-dog…i would have thought preserves over jam however – preserves with their big chunks of fruit – something to sink his canines into… [and you’re more than welcome…]

        • martincid

          In fact, I must confess… Jack is a good dog but I’m not sure he likes Beethoven very much. He listen a violin sound and he goes to bed instantly. He is so spoiled… this summer he doesn’t want cheap jam, hehe. Thanks again for commenting, Jenean

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My name is Jack and I am a Labrador. Everybody says that I am good and pretty and I am the latest insertion to Yareah Magazine team. I will write today's section from now. Martin and Isabel doesn't pay me but I will do it for meal... am I a slave? I want to be payed!

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