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  1. Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven (1776-1848) Beethoven's brother Nikolaus followed his brother Ludwig to Vienna in December 1795, expressing the wish to be known from then onwards as Johann, in memory of the brothers' late father... 8 images See the full gallery: Beethoven's family Beethoven latest See more Beethoven latest

  2. Beethoven performs the Piano Trios before Haydn, who is critical of no. 3, advising against publication. Beethoven is furious, but he heals the rift with his teacher when he dedicates the Piano Sonatas to him. Nikolaus Johann moves to Vienna. 1796 Cello Sonatas op. 5 Beethoven travels with Prince Lichnowsky to Prague, where he gives a concert.

  3. Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven Birth 2 Oct 1776. Bonn, Stadtkreis Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Death 12 Jan 1848 (aged 71) Burial. Friedhof Ebreichsdorf.

  4. Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven was born in 1776 and was Beethoven’s second sibling to survive childhood. He was trained to be a pharmacist and in 1795 moved to Vienna where both his brothers already lived. Here he served as a pharmacist assistant and managed to open his own pharmacy in 1808 in a city known as Linz.

  5. Nikolaus Johann Johann van Beethoven (bef. 2 Oct 1776 - 12 Jan 1848) retrieved. 5 August 2021 . Sitelinks. Wikipedia (5 entries) edit. arzwiki نيكولاس ...

  6. 1 day ago · Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven was headstrong and self-involved. Trained as a pharmacist, he eventually set up a small business in Linz, Austria. The enterprise did not blossom, and he faced the...

  7. In 1819 Nikolaus Johann van Beethoven acquired the property. [2] In autumn 1826, his brother Ludwig van Beethoven visited him. During his stay the composer wrote the finale to his String Quartet Op. 130, the last music he completed. It was a replacement, composed at the suggestion of his publisher, of the Große Fuge, the original finale.

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