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Beethoven in Love; Opus 139: Concerto Quasi Una Fantasia Paperback – January 12, 2016
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About the Author
Howard Jay Smith is an award-winning writer from Ojai, California. Beethoven in Love; Opus 139 is his third book. He taught for many years in the UCLA Extension Writers' Program and has lectured nationally. His articles and photographs have appeared in the Washington Post, the VCEDA News, the Journal of the Writers Guild of America, the Ojai Quarterly, and numerous trade publications. While an executive at ABC Television, Embassy TV, and Academy Home Entertainment, he worked on numerous film, television, radio, and commercial projects. Her serves on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Symphony and is a member of the American Beethoven Society.
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There aren't a lot of times that we get a book to read where the author let's the reader get a good look at the heart and soul of a genius. We all know some of this amazing person, Ludwig Van Beethoven, but we haven't had the inside look at what life has dealt him and his trials and struggles. We all have those demons that haunt us, but we don't stop and think that someone as brilliant as Beethoven would have them too. The author not only shows us the man but how this man saw the world around him. I never knew that Beethoven had love in his life. Beethoven was a complicated man and took his music to a level few will ever achieve, if any ever do. This book is an absolute masterpiece. Everyone should sit down and seriously read this book. It doesn't matter is you're a lover of music, romance, history, the man himself, it's a good novel and it shouldn't be by-passed. The pace is steady so you have time to take it all in. Remember, you're seeing things about a musical master that you may never have know. Everyone, genius or not, must come to grips of what our life is, what it means and where it's going.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Howard Jay Smith and PUYB Virtual Book Tours and voluntarily decided to review it.
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