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Beethoven: Sonata 30 Op. 109 in E Major

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Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatas :
Sonata 30, Op. 109
Sonata 30 Op. 109  in E Major by Beethoven piano sheet music
Key: E Major Published: 1820
Level: 8+ Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (372 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (3606 kB)



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xx Beethoven - Sonata op 109- complete
April 25, 2006, 03:40:25 PM by crazy for ivan moravec

hope you enjoy it. comments are most welcome!:) 2nd and 3rd movements are posted below.


xx Beethoven op.109 - Presstisimo mvt - Advice
May 10, 2006, 08:11:12 PM by twiglet

Hello all,

I have been learning this Presstisimo movement of Beethovens Sonata 30 Opus 109 for about 2 weeks now and have got around the notes fairly well.  (By the way, I completed grade 8 about a year and a half ago and have stopped having a teacher and now teach myself as a hobby and learn new pieces regularly).

I was just wondering if anyone had any advice concerning the fast passages of 2 lots of triplets.  I can play the notes, its just the articulation and the way it sounds is quite poor.  Should I be using pedal in these passages? 

Thank you for any advice you can give me!


xx best recording of the Beethoven sonatas?
July 25, 2006, 08:22:30 PM by sevencircles

What are the greatest recordings of the following Beethoven sonatas in your opinion.


Pathetique

no. 17 "Der Sturm"

Moonlight

No. 30

I havel listened to Brendel´s and Schabel´s recordings but I find them a bit overrated.




xx Beethoven - op.109, 110, and 111
January 29, 2007, 05:02:35 AM by ramseytheii

Listening to the Andras Schiff lecture on Beethoven 109, he notes that although the Sonatas were sketched and composed at the same time, Beethoven chose not to give them the same opus number, as he had with op.2 or op.31, or op.27.  Schiff never really offers a reason for this.  Does anyone here have any interesting ideas?  I ruled out the answer that they were too dissimilar for the same opus number, because the sonatas in op.31 are hardly similar, and the only thing linking those in op.27 is "quasi una fantasia."

Walter Ramsey



xx just mixing it up with the opus 109
February 22, 2007, 06:27:17 AM by pianistimo

yes.  i think beethoven was mixing and matching here.  look how you can put it together different ways:


xx Beethoven op. 109 1st mvt.
February 22, 2007, 10:08:55 AM by pianowolfi

Ok, since I  feel tickled and challenged by Pianistimo since weeks I now can't resist anymore. I want to post also a totally unprepared recording. A piece I did honestly not practise for months and I played without any warmup today a few minutes ago. Sorry for the complete mess Grin lol


xx Beethoven op. 109, 1st and 2nd mvt. urgent
May 03, 2007, 01:22:11 PM by pianowolfi

Argh Tongue. I try and try to record this decently since two weeks. I need your comments. And first of all critique. Tongue


Best


Wolfi Undecided


xx Video: Beethoven Op. 109
June 10, 2008, 05:30:49 AM by piano_ant

Here's the link to my you tube upload. The middle movement of Beethoven's OP. 109. Look forward to the other two soon! Pardon the mistakes, I dug it out after a couple of weeks of neglect!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z5b0WleEcw

enjoy!


xx op.109, II
June 14, 2008, 07:10:16 PM by tds

i think its by beethoven...


xx Beethoven - Sonata in E, Op 109 - Complete
December 23, 2009, 12:20:53 PM by perfect_pitch

Okay... People may have seen some of the pieces I'm learning in my signature, and it's about bloody time I started uploading some 'works in progress'. I present Beethovens Sonata in E, Op 109 which is one of his later sonatas yada yada yada... I won't bore you with the details, but if anyone has the time or has played it - I would like their views on how I'm doing so far.

I currently have 4 months to try and perfect it before I am to have a master class with some serbian pianist or something, someone I've never heard of... but I don't want to disappoint as well. I have a further 5 months after that till my exam is scheduled.

Mov 1



Mov 2



Mov 3 (Theme & Variations 1 - 4)



Mov 3 (Variations 5 & 6)





I know it ain't perfect and the slips in memory are things I can fix, however - pedalling ideas, dynamic problems etc... can you let me know how I'm doing so far.


xx Beethoven: Op. 109 Variations
March 14, 2010, 07:46:55 PM by iumonito

From a recital at Highlands Presbyterian Church, Columbus, Ohio, on March 13, 2010.


xx Beethoven: Op. 109 Short first two movements
March 14, 2010, 11:23:01 PM by iumonito

From a recital at Highlands Presbyterian Church, in Columbus, Ohio, on March 13, 2010.


xx Beethoven's Op. 109
October 22, 2010, 12:16:08 PM by djealnla

I've used the search function but found nothing, so I thought I'd start a thread on this. Beethoven's Sonata No. 30 is my second favorite piano sonata of all-time (though his Op. 111 is constantly fighting for that place), and I'd like to get a really good recording of it. I've heard that Gilels plays it very well, but I'm curious about other recommendations as well. Thanks.


xx Beethoven Op. 109
February 23, 2011, 11:38:53 PM by john11inc

Can someone recommend a recording to me?  I literally can't find a single one that I like.

Just to broaden this topic, seeing as how I never see anyone talking about the 109, why do you think it is performed so infrequently, compared to 81a, 106, 110 and 111?


xx Bach is a bastard...(Bach Partita no 1 & Beethoven Sonata op 109)
February 22, 2012, 04:46:20 AM by perfect_pitch

Well... metaphorically speaking... sorry about the Title.

My frustration comes from when I did the Bach Partita No. 1 for an exam, and one of the main comments is that they didn't like the articulation I had done, or my ability to vary repeated sections etc... It seems that with Bach an examiner can validate your playing and interpretation and another can tell you it's crap and worthless.

I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth me tackling the Fellowship Exam again, and I picked up the first Mov from the Bach and the Beethoven to get my fingers working again.

I would like you all to be brutally honest about what you think sucks, what you think works, or what just needs a little tweaking. I'm fine with comments like 'that sucks'... if you can validate why and give some help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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