Beethoven’s Clef Heart

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I have always loved old texts (one of my prized possessions is an old Differential Calculus book with the owner’s doodles in it) and  I ran across some really great collage work at an art festival a couple of weekends ago.  I was inspired.

As an homage to my Gram and my love for music, I decided to pick up some old sheet music and take a stab at making a fun collage myself.   You know, exercise my creative muscles a bit. Here’s how it turned out!

Beethoven Clef Heart

The sheet music I used is circa the very early 1900s (maybe earlier) that gives instruction for how to play and vividly describes the inspiration, mood, and tone of several of Beethoven’s sonatas.   One of my favorites,

Its mood is at first somewhat depressed, yet it grows more cheerful particularly in the melodic parts.

Sounds like me.

I’ll say it, it’s not bad…

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About Mavadelo

Dutch, Pothead, Married since 1999, once homeless officially homed since uh...I guess somewhere around 2006. Music lover (anything but techno) Animal friend (in general, dogs and cats more specific, wolves rule though), Happy (most of the time) Pacifist, optimist but also sarcastic, cynical and philosopher (big word, if I find a better one....) oh... Gamer, PC freak, Software junky, bottom level hacker (lol i can "hack" some of my games but t.b.h others did the work, I just apply their knowledge) all around "can you fix my pc Martin" guy did I mentioned married?

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