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Zuleika Nayeem Khan : Beethoven, an 18th century German composer and pianist, had outstanding contribution to Western music. Despite deafness at a very young age, he could produce enticing music from 1802 to 1812. He was assisted by several renowned music personalities.
The deafness failed to refrain his skills to compose, but he could not perform any of his work.
He created nine symphonies, in 24 years from 1800 to 1824, each of which included several compositions.
His father was his first music teacher. The only evidence of his affair is a letter he wrote to an unknown lady in 1812. He is said to resort to prostitutes sometimes.
In his last years, he attended concerts in Vienna, stood beside the conductor but remained unaware of the love from his audience.
He died in December 1826 as his inflammatory fever struck. He left his last work, his ninth symphony which became one of the first examples of choral symphony.