Topic: Are There Any Beethoven Scholars Here?
I forgot if I ever mentioned that Beethoven is my all-time favorite composer? I wonder if there are others who, like me, Love his music to the point of studying it?
We recently inherited an antique music stand from the Victorian era, and would like feature it in our music room which has a corner dedicated to "The Maestro". On this music stand we would like to feature the sheet music to a symphony recently discovered unfinished and interpreted and named his "Tenth Symphony". The music was found hanging on a wall in Connecticut in the form of a "sketch" from one of his notebooks he was always carrying around with him while walking in his beloved forest.
I am afraid that is all I can tell you about it. Only that it has many crossings-out, some of them in what looks like frustration, and that is why we prefer this piece especially.
What I was able to find was a small photograph of one of the sketchbook pages, but I don't know if it can be enlarged without losing the original writings.
I went to a site once called "Talk Classical" and asked a question not related to this one and was called a "troll", so that's obviously not the site I need.
I realize this is probably as convoluted as can be, but since y'all are my go-to's with my funky questions, I was hoping one of you might be able to help.
I would like to have the sketch with the many crossings-out, but if not I believe I can download and print out the 10th Symphony on what looks like old parchment paper.
Thanks, my friends
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