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Performer: Beethoven
Title: Beethoven's Chamber Music (A Listener's Guide)
Released: 2012
Style: Classical
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Beethoven's Chamber Music. Lederer shows how Beethoven's sonatas for violin and piano overflow with high energy and spirits, showing a creative force that transcended personal struggles. The "Kreutzer" Sonata, Op. 47, displays all the power of the master's middle period, while the G Major Sonata, Op. 96, foreshadows Beethoven's mellower late works

Beethoven moved to Vienna in 1792, where he met influential composers like Haydn and began to compose in earnest. By 1796, he had begun to suffer from tinnitus and was losing his hearing. Beethoven composed his Piano Sonata No. 14 ('Moonlight') in 1802. The Third Symphony, known as the 'Eroica', was completed in 1804. It went on to redefine the symphony as a genre. The opening motif to the Fifth Symphony from 1808 is one of the most famous musical excerpts in history. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the 'Choral' from 1824, is another work of his that has remained infinitely popular. It was the first time that a composer had used choral voices in a major symphony. Ill health and increasing deafness caused a drop in productivity at the end of Beethoven's life, but he still managed to produce important works like his 'Late Quartets' in 1825, which were wildly inventive for the time.

Beethoven's works for solo piano the sonatas, variations, and bagatelles and the five concertos for piano an. .In addition to the sonatas, Lederer also takes the reader through the most significant of the variations. The greatest is the Diabelli, Beethoven's monumental takeoff on a trivial theme, but three more sets, the 32 Variations in C minor, the Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 34, and the "Eroica" Variations, Op. 35, are also of the highest quality.

Beethoven's works for solo piano the sonatas, variations, and bagatelles and the five concertos for piano and orchestra stand at the heart of the repertory. Beethoven's Piano Music: A Listener's Guide. Victor Lederer is a writer on music and urban history. His books include Chopin: A Listener's Guide to the Master of the Piano; Debussy: The Quiet Revolutionary; and Bach's Keyboard Music: A Listener's Guide for Amadeus Press's Unlocking the Masters series, and a study of Bach's St. Matthew Passion for Continuum Books.

Beethoven’s early chamber music is, for many listeners, largely an unexplored treasure trove of fresh, often highly creative, sometimes surprising music. This listening guide will help the interested listener experience this music more fully, by providing detailed examples of what to expect and what to listen for among Beethoven’s chamber works up to and including the famo Beethoven’s early chamber music is, for many listeners, largely an unexplored treasure trove of fresh, often highly creative, sometimes surprising music.

Ludwig van Beethoven's chamber works are some of his most revered compositions; they also have an undeserved reputation for being difficult to understand. But with a deft touch and approachable style, Victor Lederer guides new and experienced listeners through this repertoire and reveals its many rewards. Schubert's Instrumental Music - A Listener's Guide: Unlocking the Masters Series. Hal Leonard Publishing Company, John Bell Young. Bach - A Listener's Guide to His Choral Music: Unlocking the Masters Series, No. 20. Gordon Jones. Bach's Keyboard Music: A Listener's Guide.

Ludwig van Beethoven composed his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, in 1806. Its first performance by Franz Clement was unsuccessful and for some decades the work languished in obscurity, until revived in 1844 by Joseph Joachim. Since then it has become one of the best-known violin concertos. Beethoven had previously written a number of pieces for violin and orchestra.

Related: Beethoven: a guide for the intimidated. Of the 12 movements on their new album, the fourth movement of the Op. 18, No. 3 quartet best illustrates the discrepancy between convention and what Beethoven originally indicated. all performed by the great collaborators of our time. The rich and intimate world of classical music for small ensembles. Hear: Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonin Dvorak, Maurice Ravel and more!

Beethoven: Classical Symphony No. 5, Concerto No. 4, Musically Speaking Gerard Schwarz. Listen on Apple Music. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, The Mozart Adinet. Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 Pastorale, Musically Speaking. Gerard Schwarz, The Beethoven Y Symphony Chamber of NY. Haydn Cello Concerto, Symphony No. 103, Trumpet Concerto, Musically Speaking. Scottish Chamber . NY Chamber . G Schwarz, Haydn Ostinato Qt. A Copland Celebration, Vol. I. Aaron Copland, London Symphony Orchestra & Philharmonia Orchestra. Schumann: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A Minor, Symphony No. 3 - Musically Speaking. Bella Davidovich Schumann, Gerard Schwarz & Seattle Symphony.

Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most influential figures in the history of classical music. Scholarly journals are devoted to analysis of his life and work. He has been the subject of numerous biographies and monographs, and his music was the driving force behind the development of Schenkerian analysis

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1 Sonata For Piano And Violin In G Major, Op 30 No. 3: Allegro Assai (First Movement)
Piano – Jenö JandóViolin – Takako Nishizaki
6:26
2 Sonata For Piano And Cello In G Minor, Op. 5 No. 2: Rondo: Allegro (Second Movement)
Cello – Csaba OnczayPiano – Jenö Jandó
9:03
3 Trio For Piano, Violin And Cello In B-flat Major ("Archduke") Op. 97: Andante Cantabile Ma Però Con Moto (Third Movement)
Ensemble – Stuttgart Piano Trio*
11:48
4 String Quartet In B-flat Major, Op. 18 No. 6; Scherzo: Allegro (Third Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
3:28
5 String Quartet In F Major ("Razumovsky"), Op. 59 No. 1: Allegro (First Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
10:42
6 String Quartet In F Minor ("Quartetto Serioso"), Op. 95: Allegro Con Brio (First Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
4:37
7 String Quartet In B-flat Major, Op. 130: Presto (Second Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
2:04
8 String Quartet In B-flat Major, Op. 130: Andante Con Moto Ma Non Troppo (Third Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
6:28
9 String Quartet In C-sharp Minor, Op. 131: Presto (Fifth Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
5:17
10 String Quartet In C-sharp Minor, Op. 131: Adagio Quasi Un Poco Andante (Sixth Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
2:02
11 String Quartet In C-sharp Minor, Op. 131: Allegro (Seventh Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
7:06
12 String Quartet In F Major, Op. 135: Vivace (Second Movement)
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet
3:16

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Amadeus Press

Credits

  • Composed By – Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Liner Notes [Author Of Book] – Victor Lederer

Notes

182 p. book with CD.
Music taken from various Naxos CDs.