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Topic: Some Beethoven for your enjoyment  (Read 1788 times)

Offline pencilart3

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Some Beethoven for your enjoyment
on: August 25, 2018, 01:47:59 AM
I just remembered this piece tonight. Oh yeah and I've never uploaded any Beethoven on pianostreet. I don't want feedback on this as I'm not playing it, I just sight-read it and recorded it for us to appreciate Beethoven's genius!
I just love the beautiful left hand part at the beginning.
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Offline georgey

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Re: Some Beethoven for your enjoyment
Reply #1 on: August 25, 2018, 02:11:32 AM
I just remembered this piece tonight. Oh yeah and I've never uploaded any Beethoven on pianostreet. I don't want feedback on this as I'm not playing it, I just sight-read it and recorded it for us to appreciate Beethoven's genius!
I just love the beautiful left hand part at the beginning.

Op 109 brings a tear to my eye.  One of the most moving moments in all of music is the repeat of this at the end of the sonata after the climax.  Thanks for sharing!

Offline pencilart3

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Re: Some Beethoven for your enjoyment
Reply #2 on: August 25, 2018, 02:01:28 PM
Op 109 brings a tear to my eye.  One of the most moving moments in all of music is the repeat of this at the end of the sonata after the climax.  Thanks for sharing!

Absolutely. One of his greatest late sonatas :)
You might have seen one of my videos without knowing it was that nut from the forum
youtube.com/noahjohnson1810
 

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