what does ever thine, ever mine, ever ours mean?

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 said Ever mine Ever thine Ever ours?

composer Beethoven
“Ever thine, ever mine, ever ours”… words immortalized by classic composer Beethoven to his love and soul mate and made popular in the hit HBO blockbuster “Sex & The City: The Movie”. As a true testament to love and marriage, Beethoven’s words resonate with the hearts and souls of romantics and those inspired by love.

What did the Immortal Beloved letter say?

Soon after Beethoven’s death in 1827, a letter was found in a secret drawer in his Vienna apartment. It was a 10-page rough draft written in pencil to someone Beethoven called “My Immortal Beloved.” It begins, “My angel, my all, my own self.” The letter is a complete swirl of emotions, both moving and heartfelt.

Who was Beethoven true love?

Julie “Giulietta” Guicciardi entered Beethoven’s life in the late 1790s. The wealthy daughter of noble parents, she began taking piano lessons with him in 1801, and he almost immediately fell in love with her.

What does Beethoven write at the end of Immortal Beloved?

Famously, Beethoven wrote a passionate love letter that he never sent; it was discovered after his death. He calls the woman he writes to “my Immortal Beloved,” and her identity remains a mystery to this day.

Who did Beethoven marry?

Beethoven never married. Nor has he ever lived with a woman longer. This portrait found in Beethoven’s desk could be of his piano student Julie Guicciardi. He dedicated his famous “Moonlight Sonata” to her.

Who was Beethoven’s first love?

Eleonore von Breuning
Eleonore von Breuning (1771 – 1841): Beethoven’s first love
Eleonore was the sister of Stephan von Breuning, and a member of the family in Bonn that did so much to help the young musician.

What is Beethoven’s date of birth?

December 1770

Did Beethoven get along with teachers?

On an early journey to Vienna, Beethoven played and improvised for W.A. Mozart, but no formal pedagogical relationship ensued. Beethoven also undertook secretive lessons with Johann Schenk and informal sessions with Antonio Salieri.

Did Beethoven meet Paganini?

Beethoven had well-known fallings out with his one-time teacher, Joseph Haydn, with the piano virtuoso and composer Johann Nepomuk Hummel, the German composer Carl Maria von Weber and the Italian violinist Niccolò Paganini.

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