NOMOS Glashütte celebrates Beethoven

For the anniversary of the great composer's birth, the NOMOS Glashütte manufacture Tetra is available in an almost unprecedented range of colours. If only it were possible, concert halls and auditoriums would sell out in these days leading up to Christmas to celebrate the 250th birthday of the most performed composer ever. 'Bthvn', as he often signed his scores, was baptised on 17 December 1770 in the Remigius Church in Bonn, where he was supposedly born the day before. He was a true visionary. A radical thinker, forward-looking and follower of lateral thinking. A lover of nature and fervent supporter of the ideals of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, fraternity. Beethoven was a man of many talents, and a great lover of women. This is one of the reasons why NOMOS Glashütte has chosen to celebrate him with women's mechanical watches: the Tetra Sinfonia series, consisting of four versions of the classic Tetra model, featuring a square steel case. The four models are named Hymn to Joy (with an olive green dial), Divine Sparkle (copper), Immortal Beloved (turquoise) and Fidelio (dark blue). This could be a wonderful Christmas present for four sisters, or why not, a great birthday present.