Beethoven described the opening notes as ‘Fate knocking on your door’, which is an interesting line before the concert, and he uses the fate motif ample amount of time within the symphony (Favorite-classical-composers.com). For the first time, Beethoven used a trombone in a symphonic music which was a ground breaking feature of the concert, along with lot of variations that were built along two themes, joining together of two movements, reprising the earlier passage in the finale, and using a single motif that could unify the entire work of the symphony (Gutmann). Thus, Beethoven was a master in unifying all elements of music and instruments and mixing them up to form a masterpiece that will be remembered for long. The music itself is such that no matter how many times a person listens to it, the thirst never goes and keeps increasing to find a deeper meaning of the music and the message that is being attempted to be impacted by him to the listener. The composition was so made that it would not only address and be for the aristocrats, most popular in those times, but also for the common man. This humanity quotient of Beethoven made him a gem of a person who always tried to perfect his work with a pure soul.