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  1. Ludwig Tieck und Ida von Lüttichau in ihren Briefen. Hrsg. von Otto Fiebiger. Dresden, 1937 (Mitteilungen des Vereins für Geschichte Dresdens, Heft 32). Letters to and from Ludwig Tieck and his circle. Unpublished letters from the period of German romanticism, including the unpublished correspondence of Sophie and Ludwig Tieck.

  2. Ludwig is a German name, deriving from Old High German Hludwīg, also spelled Hluotwīg. Etymologically, the name can be traced back to the reconstructed Proto-Germanic name *hlūdazwiganą, which is composed of two elements: *hlūdaz ("loud, famous") and *wiganą ("to battle, to fight") respectively, the resulting name meaning "famous warrior" or "famous in battle".

  3. Schlegel's translation of Shakespeare, begun in Jena, was ultimately completed, under the superintendence of Ludwig Tieck, by Tieck's daughter Dorothea and Wolf Heinrich Graf von Baudissin. This rendering is considered one of the best poetical translations in German, or indeed in any language.

  4. Ludwig van Beethoven (baptised 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827) was a German composer and pianist. Beethoven remains one of the most admired composers in the history of Western music; his works rank amongst the most performed of the classical music repertoire and span the transition from the Classical period to the Romantic era in classical music.

  5. Ludwig van Beethoven (masca mortuară) Mediul familial nu îi era tocmai favorabil, sub autoritatea capricioasă a tatălui, un cântăreț de curte mediocru, alcoolic notoriu. Observând însă talentul muzical precoce al fiului său, acesta a încercat să facă, fără succes, din micul Ludwig un copil-minune, asemenea lui Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart .

  6. Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, plus couramment appelé Felix Mendelssohn (parfois Félix avec accent), né le 3 février 1809 à Hambourg et mort le 4 novembre 1847 à Leipzig, est un compositeur, chef d'orchestre et pianiste allemand du début de la période romantique.

  7. Achim von Arnim, né Ludwig Joachim von Arnim le 26 janvier 1781 à Berlin et mort le 21 janvier 1831 à Wiepersdorf près de Jüterbog, est un romancier, chroniqueur, dramaturge et poète romantique prussien qui fit partie du Cénacle romantique de Heidelberg avec Görres, Creuzer et Clemens Brentano.