Under this plan, Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Heyse (father of poet and short story writer Paul Heyse) taught the children general subjects and classical languages; Johann Gottlob Samuel Rosel taught drawing; Ludwig Berger taught piano; Carl Wilhelm Henning taught violin; and Carl Zelter gave lessons in musical theory and composition. The children were up at 5 A.M. and began their lessons right after breakfast. Abraham Mendelssohn never considered his children too old for his discipline and correction, and Felix could not consider himself his own master until he was twenty-five years old (Harris 1368). Felix made his first public appearance as a pianist at the age of nine. He debuted with a Concert militaire by F. X. Dusek and was met with great success (Grove Dictionary 135).
The two composition are significant among Brahms other works as they stem from a period in Brahms life when he just embraced the beauty of color and sound of the clarinet. In addition, the two sonatas were the last chamber pieces Brahms composed before his death. He notably prepared an oft-performed transcription of the sonatas for viola, and altered the register to suit the instrument. While at his Bad Ischl retreat in the summer of 1894, Brhams completed the two sonatas. The two sonatas were reportedly first performed for Duke Georg and his family privately in the September of 1894.
She had recalled help him with Latin verb conjugations and listen to him read Shakespeare after she had tucked six children into bed.’’ Clark had token his aunt Georgiana to a concert given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. German composer Richard Wagner will be performing at the concert. Clark was conscious about his aunt if she will be able to enjoy or appreciate the music. She had really liked the concert and she thanks him for bringing her there.
It will then contrast these theories with other theories and will look to answer this question. The objects relation theory was first put forward by Melanie Klein. Born Melanie Reizes in Vienna, Austria, her initial ambition was to attend medical school. She later married Arthur Klein at age 19, briefly attended Vienna University, and had had two children, Melitta (1904) and Hans (1907). The family travelled frequently due to her husband’s job, but eventually settled in Budapest in 1910.
 Some accounts say that Tesla caused the accident by frightening the horse.  In 1861, Nikola attended the "Lower" or "Primary" School in Smiljan, Austrian Empire, where he studied German, arithmetic, and religion.  In 1862, the Tesla family moved to Gospić, Austrian Empire, where Nikola's father worked as a pastor. Nikola completed "Lower" or "Primary" School, followed by the "Lower Real Gymnasium" or "Normal School. " In 1870, Tesla moved to Karlovac, Croatia, to attend school at Higher Real Gymnasium, where he was profoundly influenced by a math teacher, Martin Sekulić.
Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist and lived from (1770-1827) mostly in the “Classical Period” (1750-1820). Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany and started playing the piano at an early age and by the age of twelve he had several piano compositions published. By the age of 22 he left Bonn, Germany amid rumors of war coming from France to study with Joseph Hayden a very prominent composer in Vienna and shortly after he arrived he learned his father died. His works include 9 symphonies, 5 concertos for piano, 32 piano sonatas, and 16 string quartets. The second movement of Beethoven’s symphony No.
He first started his music lessons in the court of Count Esterhazy when he was six years old and at the age of twelve, he left Vienna to travel and in Paris. Halfway through his midlife, between1835 to1838, he composed a set of three suites for solo piano,
He was also the first composer to have received a life peerage. The Simple Symphony was written for a string orchestra or string quartet and is dedicated to his childhood viola teacher, Audrey Alston. The Simple Symphony was composed when Britten was 23 and was first performed by an amateur orchestra conducted by Britten himself in 1934 at Stuart Hall, Norwich. The themes in this symphony are a collection of themes that Britten had composed all during his youth. The Simple Symphony begins with the Boisterous Bourrée, starting with a bold heavily accented theme that is passed around in a fugue-like manner and makes way for a calmer theme and hints of pizzicato that help lead into the second movement.
Personal Life Akio Morita was born on January 26, 1921, the first son of Kyusaemon and Shuko Morita, in the small village of Kosugaya near Nagoya, Japan. If he had followed the traditional family occupation, he would have been the fifteenth-generation heir to his family’s sake brewing business. Influenced by his mother’s love for classical music, he became interested in electronics and sound reproduction while listening to her RCA Victrola record player. Morita became so interested in electronics that he built his own ham radio and almost flunked out of school due to his disinterest in anything but electronics. After returning diligently to his studies for a year, he entered the very prestigious Eighth Higher School as a physics major.