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An animated portrait of the composer during the period when he wrote the Ninth Symphony (1822-25), as depicted in letters between Christoph, ten when the great man moves into his home, and his uncle, a musician whose knowledge of Beethoven's history and work provides a setting for the boy's more ...May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of Beethoven Lives Upstairs
Fans of the audio and video versions of this tale will be delighted to see that it's finally made it to print. Although a bit is lost in the translation (the music, namely--it's difficult to describeFeb 28 1994 | Read Full Review of Beethoven Lives Upstairs
Christoph's mother, recently widowed, has taken in a tenant, and Christoph is alarmed at the deaf composer's strange ways: he's a slob, he's got a terrible temper, he's up at all hours of the night making dreadful noises ``like the sounds of an injured beast,'' and once--to Christoph's intense mo...| Read Full Review of Beethoven Lives Upstairs