Für Elise: Whatever happened there?

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Für Elise: Whatever happened there?

Postby Johnny Seraph » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:57 pm

Okay, so I got Beethoven's "Für Elise" going around (and around and around) in my head, and when a tune gets stuck in your head, sometimes that's somebody trying to give you a clue.

And so, hopeless romantic that I can sometimes be, I looked up the basics on the piece. The part that stands out to me, is that it wasn't published in Beethoven's lifetime, and nobody can say for sure who "Elise" really was.

It's kind of sad if you think about it: it's one of the most romantic pieces of music ever composed, and it was never heard by the object of the composer's evident affection. At least, not in this life.

Which got me wondering: does this story have a happy ending on the other side? Does anyone know, or have a guess, or maybe have some perspective that could help me reason out the answer on my own?



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Re: Für Elise: Whatever happened there?

Postby Vryn Nightshard » Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:09 pm

I unfortunately don't have much input myself right now - that has the possibility of either tbh, and would require more insight on your situation I think. Have you had astral plane visitors before?

Just wanted to pipe in as I love this song - is one of my favourite piano pieces, aside from things like Deemo.


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Re: Für Elise: Whatever happened there?

Postby Johnny Seraph » Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:37 pm

No, my thinking here is that this is either one of my own, or someone that I already know, trying to get me to look into this, because it will teach me something.

For instance, not long ago, I started getting fascinated by all things Aztec. And in the course of looking into why that was, I learned (among a few other things) that the reason they did so many human sacrifices, was to appease the gods that they sincerely believed, would destroy the entire world if they didn't. I eventually figured out who dropped that hint; I suspect something similar is at work here.

So, nothing complicated, as things currently stand. I think someone's just trying to teach me something, by way of looking into the piece and its principals. I'm still looking into the terrestrial side of the question, and I may eventually discover the needle in the information haystack. Problem is, I know of no way to look into the "afterlife" side of it myself.




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