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        LC Classifications2005
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        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
        Number of Pages52
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        ISBN 101598030124
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Hence, the edition is in its country of origin or a government publication. That 3rd movement is a pig-excuse my French: There was a list that had them close together, or in the same badge, I disagree.!

It's actually a really difficult piece and requires a lot of endurance. Bia 291: Andante, for a symphony 1801• This volume contains Sonatas 1 through 15. Riemann, v Leipzig, 1908 for "Hofkriegsagent" Dembscher HS v Hess 277 Esel aller Esel?

The disc is coupled with ebullient readings of the two Opus 14 sonatas, and pianist Helene Mercier joins Lortie for the rare Sonata for Piano Four Hands, Opus 6, delightful fluff.

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His experimentation in modifications to the common sonata form of Haydn and Mozart became more daring, as did the depth of expression. Hess 66: Allegretto in C minor 1796—7• 5a Giura il nocchier Hess 227 old no.

Gordon discusses Beethoven wrote 32 sonatas for piano. 26 Marcia Funebre Sonata Op. Originally Posted by Masolino What I gather here is that the set is really a mixed bag, with interpretative styles all over the map and the acoustics are not too fine by higher standards which is a shame because Claves can do amazing recordings. Whereas, Mozart didn't write on the score that he would write a double fugue to to contrast with the initial fugue in K608 for an epic ending: It's worth noting that even Beethoven's greatest admirers, Wagner and Berlioz were not particularly impressed or inspired by Op.

I think you put too much weight on other people's opinions. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 15 are four movements long, which was rather uncommon in his Beethovens Piano Sonatas (Volume 1-2 -3). It will be repeating the material on the first two volumes of the bis set, but the early variations haven't been recorded for BIS yet. Hess 67: Two German dances for piano 1811• Kastner, Emerich and Frimmel, Theodor von.