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My Wife, That Infernal Beast!

This week marks the 200th anniversary of one of the great musical geniuses of all time. Austria (his birthplace) is gearing up to celebrate with concerts, exhibits and other events.

Even if you don’t listen to classical music, chances are you’ve heard of Joseph Haydn.

He is referred to as the “Father of the Symphony” and also had a big impact in developing genres such as the string quartet, the sonata and the concerto.

He was extremely prolific, leaving behind more than 100 major works and hundreds of shorter pieces.

He also is a classic ‘rags-to-riches’ story.  He came from a small village and had to leave home at the very young age of 6 to be able to study music.

But a combination of determination and talent landed him very wealthy benefactors who sponsored him in his very successful career.

He had a perfect life with one exception…

HE HATED HIS WIFE!

It is said that “Joseph Haydn was a man who quarreled with no one but his wife.”

And what makes this more remarkable is he worshiped women.  All women except for his wife, who used to rip up his scores and use the paper as hair curlers.

Haydn himself wrote My wife, that infernal beast and that she “cared not a straw whether he was an artist or a shoemaker”

Now as a modern male you are probably wondering why the hell he just doesn’t get a divorce.  But in those days the laws of the time did not allow such a thing.

HE WAS STUCK… FOREVER
IN A HORRIBLE RELATIONSHIP

No way out.  Fortunately for him, because of his position he was able spend most of his life away from her.  He also took mistresses (many from what I understand).  Like I said… he worshipped women.

So here is this amazing guy, he’s on top of the world, he has great friends  (Mozart was one of his close buddies), he hangs out with royalty, and is able to create beautiful music for thousands of people.

But there is one black spot and he can’t do a damn thing about it.

He is stuck with an “infernal beast” of a wife, and he can’t get out of the marriage.

He was so unhappy with her, they never had children.  One of his great regrets in life.

All because he made one mistake early in his life. At the age of 27…

HE CHOOSE POORLY

He choose a woman who did not like or understand music.  A woman who was very jealous.  A woman who nagged him and even tore up his life’s work.

Haydn lived to be 77, and though his wife died before he did, he was too old to enjoy his new freedom and remarry.

He had to live with his bad choice of a woman for 50 years!  Basically the rest of his life.

It’s too bad he didn’t have the options you have today like getting a divorce. But fact is, a divorce can wreck your life for many years and cost well over $100,000.

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Are you getting an idea of how incredibly important it is to choose well?

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  1. Ryan says:

    It’s the 200th anniversary of his death, btw.

    Greetings from Vienna.

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