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Archduke Rudolf of Austria

As the son from the Emperor Leopold II, Rudolph was ready of authority and patronage. More than a twenty yr period, the Archduke was students of Beethoven and helped to maintain Beethoven in home in Vienna. Though Beethoven didn’t look after courtly existence or the stresses and regularity of lessons, the Archduke didn’t convince the maestro of anything, but, thought we would yield towards the idiosyncracies of his instructor. As well as Prince Kinsky and Prince Lobkowitz, Rudolph could pay out Beethoven a annual annuity if he continued to be in Vienna. Appropriately, Beethoven’s “Mass in D” is definitely focused on the Archduke as had been numerous additional compositions. Rudolph made up forty different variants on a style by Beethoven and a clarinet sonata.

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