Classical music brings solace in my life. I've been playing the piano since I was 7 years old and it's my mode of relaxation and de-stressing.
And Beethoven is one of my favorite composers. Deafness didn't make his passion for music quiver and the passionate stories behind his famous "Für Elise" and "Moonlight" Sonata bring out the emotions whenever I play them on the piano.
In late 1801, he met a young countess, Julie ("Giulietta") Guicciardi, whom he fell in love with but couldn't marry her due to the class difference. Beethoven later dedicated his Sonata No. 14, now commonly known as the "Moonlight" Sonata to her.
Later on, he had strong feelings for Josephine Brunsvik, one of his piano students but Josephine was forced by her family to withdraw from him in 1807. She cited her "duty" and the fact that she would have lost the custodianship of her aristocratic children had she remarried to a commoner. After Josephine married someone else, Beethoven may have proposed unsuccessfully to Therese Malfatti, the supposed dedicatee of "Für Elise"; his status as a commoner may again have interfered with those plans.
This gold toned pendant necklace has an actual Beethoven's Sonata vintage music score from my vast collection of music books, under a glass dome.
This would be perfect for a music teacher or a recent graduate who loves music.
You will receive various designs from a music score and not this particular word. The design is shown as a sample
Size: Pendant is 7/8" (22mm) wide
Chain is 24" (62mm) long.
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While the pendant is water resistant, it's not water proof so please remove before showering, bathing or swimming.
The gold plated pendant and chain are made in USA with precious metal plating and are free of lead and nickel.
NOTE:: The music score and charm may vary from this picture. You may not receive the exact same necklace but a different notes.
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