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Beethoven Sonata Op.109 1st Mov. Dohnanyi Rec.1960
Beethoven Sonata Op.109 1st Mov. Dohnanyi Rec.1960 Erno Dohnanyi was born in what was then Hungary,in 1877. He was a pupil of Istvan Thoman and Eugen d'Albert,both of whom had studied with Liszt.At the age of 18,he composed his Piano Quintet of which Brahms commented,"I couldn't have done better myself." It was Brahms who arranged for its first performance in Vienna in 1895. Not long therafter (around 1900), Dohnanyi became considered to be the greatest Hungarian pianist and composer since Liszt. Pianists of such stature as Josef Hofmann,attended his recitals and many of his compositions found their way into recitals and orchestral concerts. Dohnanyi's love of the music of Mozart,Beethoven and Brahms, was evident in his ealiest recitals and concerts.While many other pianits were playing solon type music and showy operatic transcriptions at the turn of the 20th century, Dohnanyi was playing Beethoven Sonatas and Mozart Concerto's. His 1928 recording of the Mozart Concerto in G K453, was for many years the only recorded version available. Dohnanyi conducted the orchestra from the piano. That was 80 years ago. Needless to say, he was highly criticized for doing so. However,unlike Schnabel, Dohnanayi also admired the music of composers such as Johann Strauss (as did Brahms) and Leo Delibes whose music he transcribed to play as bon bons to end his recitals. As a composer,Dohnanyi was a Romantic who had a great respect for classical form. He was very much influenced by the music of Johannes Brahms who, as mentioned earlier ...
Beethoven Violin Concerto bronislaw gimpel Vox lp 1955
Beethoven Violin Concerto bronislaw gimpel Vox lp 1955 This 1955 (never issued on CD!!) version of the slow movement is, to my opinion the best recording ever made of this piece. Unfortunately, the first and third movement last 22 and 11 min respectively. Not the ideal youtube format... Bronislaw Gimpel, violin; Bamberger Symphoniker, Heinrich Hollreiser I de-clicked and eq-ed the record myself. For three years I have a website, where I post "out-of-copyright" (in the Netherlands) classical lp's and 78rpm's. It is updated every Friday: docent.cmd.hro.nl Enjoy! Beethoven violin concerto slow movement
Rudolph Serkin in concert playing the last Beethoven Sonata
Rudolph Serkin in concert playing the last Beethoven Sonata Rudolph Serkin in concert playing the last Beethoven Sonata which was the video that made me beeing a classical musician!!!
Beethoven - Moonlight - Piano & Orchestra - Part III
Beethoven - Moonlight - Piano & Orchestra - Part III World Premiere of the Moonlight Sonata arranged for Piano & Orchestra! III. Presto Orchestrated by Georgii Cherkin Classic FM MTel Orchestra Conductor: Grigor Palikarov Soloist: Georgii Cherkin - piano If you like it please vote and subscribe to my channel for more great videos. Thank you for watching!
Maria Yudina plays Beethoven Sonata No. 14 , Op. 27, No. 2 "Moonlig
Maria Yudina plays Beethoven Sonata No. 14 , Op. 27, No. 2 "Moonlig Beethoven - Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor "Quasi una fantasia", Op. 27, No. 2 ("Moonlight") 3. Presto agitato Live recording, 1954
Rockin' Beethoven (5th Symphony, 1st Mov)
Rockin' Beethoven (5th Symphony, 1st Mov) Beethoven's 5th symphony, 1st movement is arguably one of the most recognizable of all classical pieces. I love both classical music and electric guitar. Why not have both? Yngwie Johann Malmsteen does just that as he takes the best of both genres and molds them together into one amazing song. Enjoy. **Oops...Apparently this is not Malmsteen at all according to you viewers. Sorry for the mix up.**
Tzvi Erez plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata No. 14, Opus 27 No. 2
Tzvi Erez plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata No. 14, Opus 27 No. 2 iTunes Download at itunes.apple.com Tzvi Erez plays Beethoven Moonlight Sonata Opus 27 No. 2 in C sharp minor. Sonata quasi una fantasia. Adagio sostenuto. Performed on a 1912 Bosendorfer piano. For more information visit www.nivmusic.com Copyright 2010 Niv Classical. Please Rate and Comment.
Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet No.15 in A minor, Op.132 - 1. As
Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet No.15 in A minor, Op.132 - 1. As LaSalle Quartet Key A minor Movements/Sections 4 movements I. Assai sostenuto -- Allegro Year/Date of Composition 1823-1825 First Publication April 1827, Schott (Mainz) Dedication Prinz Galitzin Piece Style Classical Instrumentation 2 Violins, Viola, Cello Overview Beethoven composed these quartets in the sequence 12, 15, 13, 14, 16, with quartets 15 and 13 being written simultaneously[citation needed]. The first three of the quartets (numbers 12, 13 and 15) were commissioned in 1822 by Prince Nicholas Galitzin, who in a letter dated 9 November 1822 offered to pay Beethoven: "..what you think proper" for the three works. In his reply of 25 January 1823, Beethoven stated his price: 50 Ducats for each opus. The Quartet in A minor, Op. 132, by Ludwig van Beethoven, was written in 1825, given its public premiere on November 6 of that year by the Schuppanzigh Quartet and was dedicated to Count Nicolai Galitzin, as were Opp. 127 and 130. The number traditionally assigned to it is based on the order of its publication; it is actually the thirteenth quartet in order of composition. Movement I (Allegro) The slow introduction to the first movement, like that of the thirteenth quartet, is based on a motif that recurs throughout the late quartets and in the Grosse Fuge as well, the half step. The movement's unusual structure was described by Roger Sessions as more of a triple exposition than a normal sonata form in his classes[citation needed]. With three statements of exposition ...
Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung)
Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung) Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung) web.ics.purdue.edu www.facebook.com The beginning is rushed. Sorry
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