- 1 What does ever thine ever mine ever ours mean?
- 2 Who wrote Ever mine Ever thine Ever ours?
- 3 What is thine mean?
- 4 What food did Beethoven like?
- 5 When did Beethoven go deaf?
- 6 What type of word is thine?
- 7 What is a ye?
- 8 What does hast mean?
- 9 What are 3 of Beethoven’s most famous compositions?
- 10 Who was Beethoven’s teacher?
- 11 What was Beethoven’s favorite instrument?
What does ever thine ever mine ever ours mean?
“Always yours, always mine, always ours”, it is a poetic way of saying that (something) belongs to both you and I, and is ours forever. I would imagine the statement is usually something like: “Love is ever thine, ever mine, ever ours from this day forward”
Who wrote Ever mine Ever thine Ever ours?
The Immortal Beloved (German “Unsterbliche Geliebte”) is the addressee of a love letter which composer Ludwig van Beethoven wrote on 6–7 July 1812 in Teplitz. The entire letter is written on 10 small pages, in Beethoven’s rather inconsistent handwriting.
What is thine mean?
(ðaɪn ) pronoun. Thine is an old-fashioned, poetic, or religious word for ‘yours’ when you are talking to only one person.
What food did Beethoven like?
He loved macaroni with butter and cheese and a soup with twelve drowned eggs. He chose fish over meat, his favourite was pollock with potatoes. He liked flat water and light Austrian wine. After a meal, he would go back to his piano and play until the wee hours.
When did Beethoven go deaf?
Beethoven first noticed difficulties with his hearing decades earlier, sometime in 1798, when he was about 28. By the time he was 44 or 45, he was totally deaf and unable to converse unless he passed written notes back and forth to his colleagues, visitors and friends. He died in 1827 at the age of 56.
What type of word is thine?
pronoun. the possessive case of thou1 used as a predicate adjective, after a noun or without a noun. the possessive case of thou1 used as an attributive adjective before a noun beginning with a vowel or vowel sound: thine eyes; thine honor.
What is a ye?
Ye (/jiː/) is a second-person, plural, personal pronoun (nominative), spelled in Old English as “ge”. In Middle English and early Early Modern English, it was used as a both informal second-person plural and formal honorific, to address a group of equals or superiors or a single superior.
What does hast mean?
Hast is an old-fashioned second person singular form of the verb ‘have. ‘ It is used with ‘thou’ which is an old-fashioned form of ‘you. ‘
What are 3 of Beethoven’s most famous compositions?
The most important works of Beethoven
- Eroica Symphony (Third), Op.
- Fifth Symphony, Op.
- Fidelio, Op.
- Emperor piano concerto, (Fifth) Op.
- Missa Solemnis, Op. 123.
- Choral Symphony (Ninth), Op. 125.
- Grand Fugue, Op. 133.”
- Fur Elise (no opus number) Beethoven’s famous “Bagatelle”, this is another piece which has an instantly recognizable melody.
Who was Beethoven’s teacher?
Beethoven was later taught by the composer and conductor Christian Gottlob Neefe, under whose tutelage he published his first work, a set of keyboard variations, in 1783.
What was Beethoven’s favorite instrument?
Beethoven’s predecessors had composed for harpsichord, but Beethoven decided he would focus his efforts on the piano, an instrument for which no one had yet written comprehensive work.