Beethoven Lives Upstairs
Classical Kids presents Beethoven Lives Upstairs, a touching tale of music, friendship and genius. The arrival of an eccentric boarder turns Christoph's life upside down. Ludwig van Beethoven has moved in upstairs! The young boy slowly comes to understand the genius of the man, the torment of his deafness and the beauty of his music.
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1823 Dear Christoph 1823 Dear Uncle 29 October afternoon angry April 1823 Dear arrived asked Beethoven has three Beethoven is deaf BEETHOVEN LIVES UPSTAIRS Beethoven moved Beethoven was born Beethoven's father cheering clapping Composers concert course crowd desk door ear trumpet famous February 1823 Dear floor hall happiness has vanished head hear heard hope house is quiet humming inside last night late laugh letter that follows listening little gatekeeper looked Luckily Ludwig van Beethoven March 1823 Dear Metronome moods morning Mother musicians nephew Ninth Symphony October 1822 Dear orchestra papers pencils Perhaps play his music prince is afraid remember Salzburg Schindler seen sitting sleep sleeve sometimes sopranos spotted dog stairs stamping story stray dog street tell terrible three pianos told Tonight took twins Uncle Karl unsigned visit to Vienna voice walk wave his arms write wrote