The Unheard Beethoven

The Unheard Beethoven is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, The Unheard Beethoven is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like NY Times or Classical iconoclast and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2015-01-23. Since then, a total of 49 articles have been written and published by The Unheard Beethoven.

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With 24 articles published in the last 90 days, The Unheard Beethoven is currently a not very active news source. "Not very active" does not mean that The Unheard Beethoven is less interesting than another more prolific source. Each blog follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.

This editorial activity is increasing compared to the previous period.

The last article in The Unheard Beethoven, "BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Wednesday, July 19, 1820 (approximately)", is dated 2020-07-19. By 2019, this source had published 2 articles (25 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, The Unheard Beethoven has published an average of 2 articles per month.

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The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-19 07:52:46

Conversation Book 15, leaves 23v through 25r Beethoven’s thoughts again turn to building or buying a house out in the country. Recall that on about July 7 he had lamented that Mödling was not rural enough for him. The area around Möllersdorf (about 4 miles south of Mödling) is more …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-16 08:48:28

Conversation Book 15, leaves 16v through 23r Beethoven has lunch at his summer home in Mödling with Joseph Köferle, one of Karl’s teachers of geography, history and religion at Blöchlinger’s Institute. Köferle, who also was an official in the Government Finance Department, is looking for a letter of recommendation from …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-15 08:31:53

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Saturday, July 15, 1820 (approximately) 

Conversation Book 15, leaves 14r through 16r Having spent the night at his apartment in the City, Beethoven returns to Mödling the next day. Bernard had suggested that if he were to take a coach from the Wieden, it costs half as much as Beethoven has been paying for the …

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Saturday, July 15, 1820 (approximately)

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-14 08:58:26

Conversation Book 15, leaves 6v through 13v Beethoven is in Vienna this morning. The trip to Vienna may have actually begun in the afternoon yesterday after reading the newspapers; there are no clear internal clues to be certain. As usual, Beethoven meets Franz Oliva. Beethoven has received Schlesinger’s letter of …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-13 09:11:49

Conversation Book 15, leaves 4v through 6r Beethoven reads yesterday’s Vienna newspapers in a coffeehouse or restaurant in Mödling. Beethoven makes note of an ad for an official’s widow who will work as housekeeper merely for board. Is the Jewish housekeeper not working out? Is her cooking really that bad, …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-10 08:43:06

On this date, publisher Nikolaus Simrock writes a letter to Beethoven from Bonn [Brandenburg 1399] regarding the Variations on Folk Songs, for violin or flute and piano. Simrock intends to print the set in five volumes, with two variation cycles per booklet. Simrock inquires as to what opus number he …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-09 08:01:58

Conversation Book 15, leaf 3v Beethoven reads the Saturday, July 8 Wiener Zeitung at a coffee house or restaurant in Mödling, and copies down an ad for a new book by F.C. Weidmann, Signpost on Excursions and Forays through Austria and Styria. Beethoven may have been considering this book for …

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Saturday, July 8, 1820 (approximately)

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-08 10:20:42

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Saturday, July 8, 1820 (approximately) 

Conversation Book 15, 1v through 3r Beethoven is visited in Mödling by sculptor Anton Dietrich (1799-1872), who is on an outing to the countryside. Dietrich had made a small bust of Beethoven earlier in 1820, which was shown in the Vienna Art Exhibition. Today, that bust is found in the …

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Friday, July 7, 1820

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-07 07:16:19

BEETHOVEN 200 YEARS AGO TODAY: Friday, July 7, 1820 

Conversation Book 15, Inside front cover through 1v Beethoven begins a new conversation book, number 15. At a coffee house in Mödling, Beethoven reads yesterday’s Wiener Zeitung (Vienna Newspaper), and finds an ad for a Greek-German school dictionary (Gotha, 1820), surely for Karl’s use. Musing again about his country home …

The Unheard Beethoven

2020-07-04 23:28:41

Beethoven makes the exchange with the miller at the coach station/post office in Mödling, and gets back his umbrella and money sack that he thought were stolen on June 28. They turned out to just have been taken by the miller, who mistook them for his own.

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