Für Elise
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Alaneth the Red

@shradha rs big man fur means for. The piece is called “for Elise” in German. Also Beethoven lived from 1770-1827. Idk where you got the year 8010. I’m gonna assume you meant 1810, which I’ll mention again below. The general consensus surrounding the origin of the piece seems to be this (sources at bottom):
It’s generally accepted that Für Elise was written for Therese Malfatti (a student of beethoven’s that he proposed to in the year 1810, the same year Für Elise was written). The original signed copy of the piece was found among her belongings after Beethoven died. The reason the piece is called “Für Elise” instead of “Für Therese” is thought to be a translation and transcription error due to Beethoven having bad handwriting and spelling (some theorize that he may have had mild dislexia).
The fine details change around article to article but I think I captured the gist of it. There are also 2 other people many think that Für Elise could have been dedicated to, however Therese malfatti (from what I read) seemed to be the most likely, therefore I wrote about her.

Sources:

-wikipedia.com
-classicalfm.com
-Tonara.com
-chosic.com
-hoffmanacademy.com
-findyourmelody.com



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Utkarsh Aryan

Beethoven wrote Fur Elise for a student of his whom he was in love with. She was a mediocre player, so he wanted to write something that even she could play and impress others. Midway through writing it he found out she was engaged to someone else so he made the rest of it very hard and complicated so she couldn't play it.

Daniel Keats

I heard that about moonlight sonata as well. Talk about getting friend zoned.

Yibo-gēgē is Kawaii♡

Waaahhh now that's something 😂

PoopSkal

beethoven is the world's first hardcore troll

Alaneth the Red

@shradha rs big man fur means for. The piece is called “for Elise” in German. Also Beethoven lived from 1770-1827. Idk where you got the year 8010. I’m gonna assume you meant 1810, which I’ll mention again below. The general consensus surrounding the origin of the piece seems to be this (sources at bottom):
It’s generally accepted that Für Elise was written for Therese Malfatti (a student of beethoven’s that he proposed to in the year 1810, the same year Für Elise was written). The original signed copy of the piece was found among her belongings after Beethoven died. The reason the piece is called “Für Elise” instead of “Für Therese” is thought to be a translation and transcription error due to Beethoven having bad handwriting and spelling (some theorize that he may have had mild dislexia).
The fine details change around article to article but I think I captured the gist of it. There are also 2 other people many think that Für Elise could have been dedicated to, however Therese malfatti (from what I read) seemed to be the most likely, therefore I wrote about her.

Sources:

-wikipedia.com
-classicalfm.com
-Tonara.com
-chosic.com
-hoffmanacademy.com
-findyourmelody.com

SpongeBob

@Andrew Moreno I can tell by your face

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Duong Nguyen

It's fun to see that the comment section is still alive after 195 years

Chubby Kermit

@ahmed gtm so is the nut 195 or 196 years old!? Either way I'll eat them-

Ashlee Wulfenstein

LMAOOO

Polygon Mario

@Foxy playz it was a joke.

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