Intimidating sports music

He became lonely and turned into a crank - which his biographers say is an unfair way to remember him.

The only verifiably authentic portrait of Bach has been donated to the Bach Archive in Leipzig and unveiled there.

These are the guys who fight with angry passion and an intimidation factor that just won't quit. With one of the hardest punches on the planet, Tyson feared no one and refused to filter himself at any time, figuring he would use his craziness as an advantage against everyone who dared test him.

So, whether it was physical features, mad skills, or a combination of both, here are the toughest athletes in recent sports memory. Afterall, who would want to challenge a dude who once bit an opponent's ear and told another one he would eat his children?

According to recent studies, his deafness could have come from a form of typhus caused by a rat flea. Beethoven had absolute pitch, so he could imagine the sounds and the harmony in his mind without hearing them on an instrument.

It is now known that the attempts to heal him at the time were not only painful, they also contributed to additional inflammation, which only worsened Beethoven's suffering.

() Just as the number of classical music lovers is expanding in China, Germany's National Youth Orchestra has broken records of attendance during its tour there. The cheerful young composer turned into a grouchy and ill-tempered man. He did not compose for his contemporaries, but for posterity.The plot is based on an actual event of the French Revolution: A heroic woman, dressed as a man, freed her husband from the prison of the Jacobins.The Ninth Symphony still influences music to this day.It served as the template of the 1970 worldwide pop hit "A Song of Joy." Since 1985, the instrumental version of "Ode to Joy" is the anthem of the European Union.No one wanted to face these guys, and for good reason. Also Ranked #12 on Athletes Who Spark the Most Fan Arguments #52 on The Best Athletes of All Time #8 on The Funniest Professional Athletes #4 on The Best Heavyweight Boxers of All Time When you're considered the greatest of all time, it usually means you had a certain way of carrying yourself and intimidating other players, and that's exactly what Michael Jordan did.

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