Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

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Beethoven’s fifth symphony in many battles meant victory. This piece has a four-note motive. Beethoven was a stature for human freedom. In the video it says “only good guys would use this symphony in battle.” In this particular piece Beethoven looks to show emotion. All of his symphonies are very emotional. Beethoven lost his hearing and tried to commit suicide. This symphony represented Beethoven wrestling with his darkest thoughts. The beginning of Beethoven’s fifth symphony reminds me of Halloween, and walking through the Haunted Mill. As you walk into the building your heart starts palpitating. The mood starts getting a little lighter, when you realize you have to wait in line a few more minutes. All of a sudden you hear screams

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