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II - Andante - Glenn Gould, Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonatas, Vol. 1 (CD)

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  1. The Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. , is the last of Ludwig van Beethoven's piano bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.co with Beethoven's 33 Variations on a waltz by Anton Diabelli, Op. () and his two collections of bagatelles—Op. () and Op. ()—this was one of Beethoven's last compositions for piano. The work was written between and

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  2. A Cosmos in Movement - Beethoven’s thirty-two piano sonatas: Worlds upon worlds, strange constellations, collisions, destruction and creation, coherent laws and mysterious forces. The cosmos of Beethoven’s piano sonatas is in movement, a “work in progress”. Beethoven internalized this revolutionary, dynamic new world view, and it also forms the basis for his creative aesthetic.

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  3. Beethoven* - Glenn Gould - Sonata No. 30 In E Major, Op. / Sonata No. 31 In A-Flat Major, Op. / Sonata No. 32 In C Minor, Op. ‎ (LP) Columbia Masterworks ML

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  4. Nov 12,  · """Heure de Concert: Beethoven et Puccini"", Concerto For Piano & Orchestra No.1 in C-major op. The earliest surviving footage of Glenn Gould in performa.

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  5. The Glenn Gould Edition: Ludwig Van Beethoven Piano Sonatas, Volume II (Nos. , No. 23, Nos. ) Glenn Gould (Artist) Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 14 ratings/5(14).

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  6. Jan 03,  · Accompanied by Toronto Symphony Orchestra, one of the best-known and most celebrated classical pianists, Glenn Gould performs Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73, popularly known as the “Emperor”.

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  7. Apr 12,  · Glenn Gould , views 50+ videos Play all Mix - Glenn Gould - Liszt Transcription of Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No.7 - Allegretto YouTube.

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  8. Nov 12,  · Glenn Gould plays Ludwig Van Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 17 in D minor op. 31/2 - originally broadcast in

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  9. The best and worst of Glenn Gould intermingle here. He brings off the three Op. 31 sonatas with pinpointed fingerwork, brash rhythm, and a kind of rakish defiance that lends itself well to middle-period Beethoven. His slow-motion caricature of the Appasionata's first movement, on the other hand, is /5(3).

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