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[b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Beethoven's first music teacher was his father. A traditional belief concerning Johann is that he was a harsh instructor, and that the child Beethoven, "made to stand at the keyboard, was often in tears".[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-GroveOnline1-1][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][2][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] However, the [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grove_Dictionary_of_Music_and_Musicians][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']New Grove[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] indicates that there is no solid documentation to support it, and asserts that "speculation and myth-making have both been productive."[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-GroveOnline1-1][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][2][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] Beethoven had other local teachers as well: the court organist Gilles van den Eeden (d. 1782), Tobias Friedrich Pfeiffer (a family friend, who taught Beethoven piano), and a relative, Franz Rovantini (violin and viola).[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-GroveOnline1-1][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][2][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] His musical talent manifested itself early—apparently he was advanced enough to perform at the age of nine, not seven as popularly believed. Johann, aware of [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopold_Mozart][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Leopold Mozart[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman']'s successes in this area, attempted unsuccessfully to exploit his son as a [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_prodigy][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']child prodigy[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman']. It was Johann who falsely claimed Beethoven was six (he was seven) on the posters for Beethoven's first public performance in March 1778.[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-Thayer1_59-7][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][8][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][/u][/i][/b]

[b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Some time after 1779, Beethoven began his studies with his most important teacher in Bonn, [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Gottlob_Neefe][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Christian Gottlob Neefe[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'], who was appointed the Court's Organist in that year.[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-Thayer1_67-8][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][9][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] Neefe taught Beethoven composition, and by March 1783 had helped him write his first published composition: a set of keyboard variations ([url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoO][color:97c1=blue]WoO[/color][/url] 63).[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-Stanley7-6][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][7][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'] Beethoven soon began working with Neefe as assistant organist, first on an unpaid basis (1781), and then as paid employee (1784) of the court chapel conducted by the Kapellmeister [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea_Luchesi][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Andrea Luchesi[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman']. His first three piano sonatas, named "[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurf%C3%BCrst][color:97c1=blue]Kurfürst[/color][/url]" ("Elector") for their dedication to the Elector [/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_Frederick_of_K%C3%B6nigsegg-Rothenfels][b][i][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman']Maximilian Frederick[/font][/color][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][font:97c1='Times New Roman'], were published in 1783. Maximilian Frederick, who died in 1784, not long after Beethoven's appointment as assistant organist, had noticed Beethoven's talent early, and had subsidized and encouraged the young Beethoven's musical studies.[/font][/u][/i][/b][url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven#cite_note-Thayer1_71_4-9][b][i][sup][color:97c1=blue][font:97c1='Times New Roman'][10][/font][/color][/sup][/i][/b][/url][b][i][u][/u][/i][/b]

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