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Week Four Discussion Beethoven: Art and Protest in the 1800s Please respond to the following, online using sources and the textbook as the basis of your response:
Listen to one (1) composition (i.e., for a symphony) by Beethoven. Identify the composition that you listened to, and determine whether you would characterize this work as either Classical or Romantic style of music.
Use the following weblinks to help you. Explain the features of music that lead you to your conclusion. The Beethoven-Haus Website at http://www.beethoven-haus-bonn.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=portal_en (Note: Click on Digital Archives > Works by Ludwig von Beethoven; then find one  of his symphonies and listen to a clip.)
Beethoven''s Eroica at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XL2ha18i5w and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RFG5rGVL1s
Cite several lines from one Romantic poet in our text and compare those lines to a scene in a Romantic landscape painting.
Describe what you think the poet and the painter are saying about nature with these works. Do not choose lines or a picture a classmate has already selected.
Describe aspects of the Romantic view of nature that exist today in literature or film, giving a specific example. What does Wordsworth mean when he says "the child is father to the man?"