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The product will be delivered right after the order is placed“A moving and inspirational tour de force! Affecting, beautifully written, it drives home the intimate horrors and ironies and the difficulty of living with the knowledge of suffering. Compelling, it takes you on a fulfilling and engaging journey.” (The Classical Musicologist) That Beethoven's famous Letter to the "Immortal Beloved" was to Josephine Brunsvik, his one and only Beloved, is now a fact, so obvious that one wonders why – especially in America – the truth had been veiled behind so much fantastic speculation and even denunciation. Marie-Elisabeth Tellenbach, musician, musicologist, historian and a Beethoven scholar of international repute, not only clears aside all this debris, but, based on many years of meticulous research, shows that Beethoven's love of Josephine was not only reflected in his letters and diary, but left traces in his music that speak in notes what words cannot express. With explanations, annotations and amendments by the translator, John E Klapproth (author of "Beethoven’s Only Beloved: Josephine!").