>each is a 1 in 10 billion prodigal talent
>all come from the same place (basically, in the grand scheme of things)
>all lived during the same time, with Beethoven and Mozart being contemporaries
Is this the craziest coincidence in human history? how the fuck is this even possible?
>each is a 1 in 10 billion prodigal talent. >all come from the same place (basically, in the grand scheme of things)
>each is a 1 in 10 billion prodigal talent
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nobody cared about them during their lifetime, only became relevant via euro revisionism
like, the reason they lived in so close proximity was probably because they were literally handpicked by revisionists
>Requiem and the Euro anthem is revisionism now
Anti white youtubers have been a scourge on the zoomer gen.
Kek Beethoven was one of the most succesful and famous composers ever during his lifetime and Mozart couldn't complain too.
Beethoven was Med
"Beethoven was short, but broad-framed. Until his early thirties he was slim... [he had] penetrating brown eyes beneath a broad forehead and thick eyebrows..."
Grillparzer writes in 1823: "I first saw Beethoven in my boyhood years - which may have been 1804 or 5.... Beethoven in those days was still lean, dark, and contrary to the habit in later years, very elegantly dressed..."
I might have Alzheimer's because I don't remember asking
>Beethoven was Med
He was German with some Flemish ancestry.
Beethoven was also described as having light gray and blue-gray eyes. He likely had hazel eyes as they look greenish in other contemporary portraits.
Contemporaries described him as brown-eyed.
>Contemporaries described him as brown-eyed
And gray eyed. Either way, he wasn't Med.
Mozart literally performed for Emperors
the shit you read on this board lmao
I didn't know this board was capable of this level of actual understanding of history. I hope good things come your way.
He was adored during his lifetime as both a performer and composer.
Kind of controversial as a composer but nevertheless pretty respected, even during his lifetime.
Very respected as an organist but not really known or performed outside of Germany during his lifetime. It wasn't until Mendelssohn and Schweitzer that some of his work was really widely studied, published, and performed.
The absolute peak of brown cope
Kind of true, they became overblown after their deaths as a weapon of propaganda
tell me you are musically illiterate without telling me you are musically illiterate
By whom? Nazis?
>nobody cared about them during their lifetime
This is only true of Bach, which during his lifetime remained an anonymous figure, except in some circles in a small area of Germany.
>only became relevant via euro revisionism
This is obvious nonsense. Bach's works were rediscovered and recognized as absolute genius not that long after his death, and Mozart and Beethoven were of course well-known and admired even during their own lifetimes.
Lay off the bass black cock, will you?
Even if a potential genius at classical music had been born in the mudhuts of West Africa, his talent would never have been found out due to the inferiority of the "civilization" he lived in
They happened to be born in a time and place which allowed their talents to flourish and be recorded. If they'd been born 2000 years before, or in Polynesia, their music (if they'd even been able to produce any) would have been lost to history. That doesn't diminish their genius, of course.
>>all come from the same place (basically, in the grand scheme of things)
Europe, and plenty more where they came from
They were influenced by the culture and traditions of their place and time. The music of their time used chords but not to the extend it would simplify the music too much and trivialize counterpoint, and their music was influenced by scales other than blues/pentatonic. Bach wouldn't exist without a hundred other composers of the same tradition, but we don't see it nowadays because we are detached from that culture and only some of the very best of them reached us.
You know what's crazy?
Make it 4
Schubert was just as talented as them, he just died very young.
Make it 5 or at least bench Schubert
I also like to make up statistics that sound cool and are based on nothing.
It works out like that sometimes, like the stars just align and you suddenly get a ton of hugely influential people born in a relatively small space and timeframe. Alexander the Great was literally tutored by fucking Aristotle.
Mozart was a freemason piece of shit.
>Crazy how Yeezy, Tupac, Dr Dre, and Biggie, and Snoop dogg are all world class prodigies stemming from the same country, ethnicity, and time period
Not Ringo but still, this is probably the greater coincidence, that three of the greatest songwriters of their generation all end up being from the same city and all roughly similar in age.
Lol their songs are extremely shitty and childish
Most overrated band ever
FFS, Filtered Even Harder. Failed the Pseud-test.
Who are the Chinese / Middle Eastern/ Indian/ Japanese/ Indonesian/ Amerindian equivalents?
I fail to see your point, since you haven't brought up a single fact to support your own statement so far.
The culture was perfect for right kind of autist to exist. The same reason why 90's created multiple 1 in 10 billion cringe lolcows and all of them in USA.