• Beethoven - Symphony No.7 in A major op.92 - II, Allegretto

    Symphony No.7 in A major op.92, 2^ movement, allegretto. Author: Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Performers: Leonard Bernstein & Wiener Philharmoniker

    published: 23 Jun 2010
  • Beethoven - Op.18 Quartets, Quartetto Italiano

    The painting is "Malvern Hall in Warwickshire" by John Constable. String Quartet No. 1 in F major String Quartet No. 2 in G major 28:32 String Quartet No. 3 in D major 54:05 String Quartet No. 4 in C minor 1:20:33 String Quartet No. 5 in A major 1:45:59 String Quartet No. 6 in B♭ major 2:15:46

    published: 25 Jan 2012
  • AmericanStringQuartet- Beethoven op.131

    American String Quartet, Beethoven op.131. Live at Tel Aviv Museum, January 2013 Filmed by Gilad Shabani-Shoofan, (Gilad and Mazal Photographers http:menatworkblog.tumblr.com) Violin- Peter Winograd, Laurie Carney Viola - Dan Avshalomov Cello - Wolfram Koessel

    published: 05 Feb 2013
  • Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 1 en fa menor Opus 2 Nº 1. Daniel Barenboim, piano

    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Sonata para piano Nº 1 en fa menor Opus 2 Nº 1. [F minor/fa mineur] 1. Allegro 2. Adagio 3. Menuetto, Allegretto 4. Prestissimo Daniel Barenboim, piano. La sonata para piano n.º 1 en fa menor Opus 2 n.º 1 de Ludwig van Beethoven data de 1796 y está dedicada a Joseph Haydn. Pese a que esta inaugura su ciclo de 32 sonatas para piano, no es la más temprana. Antes de su publicación fueron compuestas las sonatas n.º 19 y n.º 20, y sus tres Sonatinas WoO 47. ---

    published: 08 Jan 2013
  • Beethoven Tempest Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Allegretto by Tzvi Erez

    Buy Now on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/BeethovenSonatas Tzvi Erez plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Allegretto. Recorded on a 1912 Bosendorfer in February 2000. Beethoven's Piano Works. P & C 2001 Niv Classical. http://www.nivmusic.com Advertising without the permission of the copyright holder is Strictly Prohibited.

    published: 06 May 2009
  • Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 Op. 13 (Pathetique)

    Master of all things Beethoven, Daniel Barenboim breathes fresh life into the timeless Pathetique Sonata. With a rare combination of artistic prowess and erudite knowledge, Barenboim demonstrates a deep understanding of this music that can be simultaneously appreciated on both a cerebral and emotional level. I. Grave -- Allegro di molto e con brio 0:19 II. Adagio cantabile 9:46 III. Rondo: Allegro 15:11 The posting of this video meets the requirements of Fair Use. I do not own any copyright licenses for this video nor do I stand to gain financially from it's posting in any way whatsoever. This video has been posted for educational purposes to incite commentary, criticism and analysis. I strongly encourage all viewers to buy this fantastic DVD collection which includes performances by Dan...

    published: 05 Aug 2013
  • Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, Op. 69 (Paul Tortelier & Eric Heidsieck)

    00:00 - Allegro, ma non tanto 12:28 - Scherzo. Allegro molto 17:44 - Adagio cantabile - Allegro vivace Paul Tortelier, cello Eric Heidsieck, piano 1972

    published: 09 May 2012
  • Beethoven - Egmont, Op. 84

    Claudio Abbado Berliner Philharmoniker Egmont, Op. 84, by Ludwig van Beethoven, is a set of incidental music pieces for the 1787 play of the same name by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It consists of an overture followed by a sequence of nine pieces for soprano, male narrator and full symphony orchestra. (The male narrator is optional; he is not used in the play and does not appear in all recordings of the complete incidental music.) Beethoven wrote it between October 1809 and June 1810, and it was premiered on 15 June 1810.The overture, powerful and expressive, is one of the last works of his middle period; it has become as famous a composition as the Coriolan Overture, and is in a similar style to the Fifth Symphony, which he had completed two years earlier. 0:00 Overture: Sostenuto, ma...

    published: 14 Oct 2014
  • Beethoven "Moonlight" Sonata op 27 # 2 Mov 3 Valentina Lisitsa

    Recording in Beethovensaal, Hannover Germany, Dec 2009. Wilhelm Kempff recorded Beethoven cycle in the very same hall. Buy Moonlight Sonata DVD http://www.amazon.co.uk/Live-Royal-Albert-Hall-DVD/dp/B008B11S1A/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1/280-8455980-3697964 Valentina Lisitsa Live at the Royal Albert Hall US iTunes - http://bit.ly/iTunesUSVal US Amazon - http://bit.ly/ValRAH

    published: 19 Jan 2010
  • Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 2 No. 1 [Complete] (Piano Solo)

    Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 2, No. 1, was written in 1795 and dedicated to Joseph Haydn. It is the first piano sonata written by Beethoven. A typical performance of the entire work lasts about 17-20 minutes. Performed by Daniel Baranboim. The sonata is in four movements: 0:00 1. Allegro in F minor 3:53 2. Adagio in F major 9:16 3. Menuetto - Allegretto in F minor 13:00 4. Prestissimo in F minor Sorry for that. I don't know why the video and the audio is not match after uploaded on YouTube :(

    published: 20 Dec 2012
  • Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 "Pathétique" Live - Lisitsa

    Special for my German fans! List of info for upcoming concerts in Deutschland in the next couple of weeks below . Munchen (Mar24), Stuttgart(Mar27), Heidelberg(Apr 7) Do come ! For Beethoven and more :-))) http://www.muenchenmusik.de/veranstaltungen/Valentina_Lisitsa-2735.html http://www.sks-russ.de/veranstaltungen/Valentina-Lisitsa-527.html http://heidelberger-fruehling.de/content/festival_2014/kalender/valentina_lisitsa/index_ger.html?gclid=CNmfl62Bqb0CFWXnwgodD1oA3A

    published: 23 Mar 2014
  • L. V. Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major Op, 61 (David Oistrakh)

    Ludwig Van Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major Op.61 Complete Full Concerto Ludwig van Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, was written in 1806. The work was premiered on 23 December 1806 in the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. Beethoven wrote the concerto for his colleague Franz Clement, a leading violinist of the day, who had earlier given him helpful advice on his opera Fidelio. The occasion was a benefit concert for Clement. However, the first printed edition (1808) was dedicated to Beethoven's friend Stephan von Breuning. It is believed that Beethoven finished the solo part so late that Clement had to sight-read part of his performance. Perhaps to express his annoyance, or to show what he could do when he had time to prepare, Clement is said to have interrupted the concert...

    published: 26 Apr 2012
  • Beethoven - Overture to "Egmont" op. 84 (Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig)

    From the Church of St. Nicolai, Leipzig, Germany 20 Years Peaceful Revolution - Leipzig commemorates the 9th of October 1989 Gewandhausorchester Leipzig Conductor: Kurt Masur Ludwig van Beethoven - “Egmont” overture, Op. 84 Watch the full concert here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjoEdEVMABLHsPnmDHO3SGZ6YFNG5rqO On 9 October 1989, 70,000 people staged a non-violent demonstration calling for more freedom and democracy in the GDR. Thanks to the claim “Peaceful Revolution”, initiated by Kurt Masur as one of six prominent citizens of Leipzig, everything proceeded peacefully. That evening, the Gewandhausorchester played under his baton BrahmsSecond Symphony at the St. Nicolas Church. The following regular "Monday Demonstrations", which came to be described as the “Peaceful Rev...

    published: 17 May 2015
  • Beethoven - STRING QUINTET NO 3 IN C MOLL 1817 - OP 104

    Ludwig van Beethoven - STRING QUINTET NO 3 IN C MOLL 1817 OP 104 Watch also my Beethoven playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOYbqpgE4msUFBTmMEITNjAjJG2YtQPpA and please subscribe

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Ludwig van Beethoven - String Quartet No. 16, Op. 135

    - Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 -- 26 March 1827) - Performers: Alban Berg Quartett - Year of recording: 1981 String Quartet No. 16 in F major, Op. 135, written in 1826. 00:00 - I. Allegretto 06:22 - II. Vivace [Scherzo] 09:50 - III. Lento assai e cantante tranquillo 17:39 - IV. Grave ma non troppo tratto - Allegro ("Der schwer gefasste Entschluss") Beethoven wrote the bulk of this, his final quartet, in a two-month burst of activity amid health problems and shortly after his nephew Karl attempted to commit suicide. But there's not a hint of self-pity or anguish in this compact, good-natured work. For Beethoven's valedictory composition, this quartet is surprisingly small-scaled, finding inspiration in the quartets of Beethoven's one-time teacher Haydn. - Th...

    published: 20 Sep 2015
  • Ludwig van Beethoven - Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

    - Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 -- 26 March 1827) - Performers: Talich Quartet - Year of recording: 1977 Fugue for string quartet in B flat major ("Grosse Fuge"), Op. 133, written in 1825. Beethoven's Grosse Fuge {Great Fugue} was originally to have served as the finale to the String Quartet No. 13 in B flat major, Op. 130 [uploaded on this channel]; in fact, that work was first performed with this monumental creation as its sixth and concluding movement. However, the Grosse Fuge, a complete entity in its own right, proved too difficult for the performers and for some members of the audience. Moreover, it seemed an outsized finale for the relatively modest quartet. Beethoven subsequently produced a new final movement for the quartet, an attractive Rondo more in keeping...

    published: 25 Nov 2015
  • Beethoven - Piano Trio, Op. 97 (Archduke Trio)

    Recorded in 1970 Piano: Wilhelm Kempff Violin: Henryk Szeryng Cello: Pierre Fournier Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, by Ludwig van Beethoven is a piano trio for piano, violin, and cello, finished in 1811. It is commonly referred to as the Archduke Trio, because it was dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria, an amateur pianist who was a friend and composition student of Beethoven. The trio was written late in the composer's so-called "middle period". He began composing it in the summer of 1810, and completed it in March 1811. Although the "Archduke Trio" is sometimes numbered as "No. 7", the numbering of Beethoven's twelve piano trios is not standardized, and in other sources the Op. 97 trio may be shown as having a different number, if any. 0:00 Allegro moderato, 4/4 13:20 Scherzo...

    published: 13 Nov 2014
  • Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Major, Op.109 (Goode, Levit)

    Beethoven’s 30th Sonata is to the Hammerklavier what a koan is to a novel: ultra-compressed, terse, deeply enigmatic (so enigmatic, in fact, that we can’t even decide if it’s got 2 or 3 movements). It marks a return to intimate structures after the vastness of the Hammerklavier, but despite its beauty and warmth it’s as deeply radical as anything which Beethoven wrote. In terms of large-scale structure, the Op.109 does a couple of very interesting things. There is the fact that Mvt 1 is extremely short, being built more around contrast (the old, “classical” ideal), and containing little thematic development (the new “romantic” ideal that Beethoven had done so much to build). Perhaps because of this, Mvt 2 (to pick up the slack?) is also in sonata form (a scherzo without the trio is also...

    published: 23 Jan 2017
  • Beethoven.Violin.Sonata.No.9.Op.47.kreutzer.[Anne-Sophie Mutter.-.Lambert.Orkis]

    نرجوا دعمكم ☺ ☺ Please support me إشتراك + أعجبني✔ ✔Subscribe + Like

    published: 01 Oct 2011
  • Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 15 en Re mayor Opus 28 Pastoral. Daniel Barenboim, piano

    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Sonata para piano Nº 15 en Re mayor, "Pastoral" (Compuesta en 1801) 1. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Scherzo: Allegro vivace 4. Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo Daniel Barenboim, piano ---

    published: 13 Mar 2013
  • Vladimir Ashkenazy: Beethoven - Piano Sonata Opus 106 (Hammerklavier)

    Live recording from 1980 Vladimir Ashkenazy - piano Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 29 Opus 106 (Hammerklavier) 0:19 Allegro 11:00 Scherzo: Assai vivace 13:52 Adagio sostenuto 34:34 Introduzione: Largo...Allegro – Fuga: Allegro risoluto Subscribe to the channel for more content: https://goo.gl/GLSuto

    published: 19 Sep 2016
  • Barenboim Beethoven op. 80

    published: 13 Nov 2011
  • Menuhin Rostropovich Kempff Beethoven Trio Op. 97 "Archduke" (Paris, 1974)

    Part of the concert on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of UNESCO International Music Council in January 1974. 00:43 Rostropovich drops his chair ;-) 01:36 1 mvt 11:49 2 mvt 19:06 3 mvt 31:37 4 mvt 40:54 Menuhin speaks

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Krystian Zimerman plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13 (Pathétique) (Complete)

    It's hard to imagine the emotional range of this piece being captured any better. Once again, Krystian Zimerman's astounding technique and kaleidoscopic dynamic range transport us with this immortal Sonata by Beethoven. I Grave -- Allegro di molto e con brio - 0:00 II Adagio cantabile - 10:59 III Rondo Allegro - 16:04 The posting of this video meets the requirements of Fair Use. I do not own any copyright licenses for this video nor do I stand to gain financially from it's posting in any way whatsoever.

    published: 19 Sep 2012
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    published: 21 Aug 2016
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    Sonate Beethoven Opus 2 no.1

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Beethoven - Symphony No.7 in A major op.92 - II, Allegretto

Beethoven - Symphony No.7 in A major op.92 - II, Allegretto

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AmericanStringQuartet- Beethoven op.131

AmericanStringQuartet- Beethoven op.131

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American String Quartet, Beethoven op.131. Live at Tel Aviv Museum, January 2013 Filmed by Gilad Shabani-Shoofan, (Gilad and Mazal Photographers http:menatworkblog.tumblr.com) Violin- Peter Winograd, Laurie Carney Viola - Dan Avshalomov Cello - Wolfram Koessel
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Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 1 en fa menor Opus 2 Nº 1. Daniel Barenboim, piano

Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 1 en fa menor Opus 2 Nº 1. Daniel Barenboim, piano

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Sonata para piano Nº 1 en fa menor Opus 2 Nº 1. [F minor/fa mineur] 1. Allegro 2. Adagio 3. Menuetto, Allegretto 4. Prestissimo Daniel Barenboim, piano. La sonata para piano n.º 1 en fa menor Opus 2 n.º 1 de Ludwig van Beethoven data de 1796 y está dedicada a Joseph Haydn. Pese a que esta inaugura su ciclo de 32 sonatas para piano, no es la más temprana. Antes de su publicación fueron compuestas las sonatas n.º 19 y n.º 20, y sus tres Sonatinas WoO 47. ---
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Beethoven Tempest Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Allegretto by Tzvi Erez

Beethoven Tempest Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Allegretto by Tzvi Erez

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Buy Now on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/BeethovenSonatas Tzvi Erez plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Allegretto. Recorded on a 1912 Bosendorfer in February 2000. Beethoven's Piano Works. P & C 2001 Niv Classical. http://www.nivmusic.com Advertising without the permission of the copyright holder is Strictly Prohibited.
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Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 Op. 13 (Pathetique)

Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 Op. 13 (Pathetique)

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Master of all things Beethoven, Daniel Barenboim breathes fresh life into the timeless Pathetique Sonata. With a rare combination of artistic prowess and erudite knowledge, Barenboim demonstrates a deep understanding of this music that can be simultaneously appreciated on both a cerebral and emotional level. I. Grave -- Allegro di molto e con brio 0:19 II. Adagio cantabile 9:46 III. Rondo: Allegro 15:11 The posting of this video meets the requirements of Fair Use. I do not own any copyright licenses for this video nor do I stand to gain financially from it's posting in any way whatsoever. This video has been posted for educational purposes to incite commentary, criticism and analysis. I strongly encourage all viewers to buy this fantastic DVD collection which includes performances by Daniel Barenboim of all 32 Beethoven Sonatas by following this link: http://www.amazon.com/Barenboim-Beethoven-Complete-Sonatas-Berlin/dp/B000KWZ7VU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1375724619&sr=8-2&keywords=barenboim+on+beethoven
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Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, Op. 69 (Paul Tortelier & Eric Heidsieck)

Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, Op. 69 (Paul Tortelier & Eric Heidsieck)

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00:00 - Allegro, ma non tanto 12:28 - Scherzo. Allegro molto 17:44 - Adagio cantabile - Allegro vivace Paul Tortelier, cello Eric Heidsieck, piano 1972
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Beethoven - Egmont, Op. 84

Beethoven - Egmont, Op. 84

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Claudio Abbado Berliner Philharmoniker Egmont, Op. 84, by Ludwig van Beethoven, is a set of incidental music pieces for the 1787 play of the same name by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It consists of an overture followed by a sequence of nine pieces for soprano, male narrator and full symphony orchestra. (The male narrator is optional; he is not used in the play and does not appear in all recordings of the complete incidental music.) Beethoven wrote it between October 1809 and June 1810, and it was premiered on 15 June 1810.The overture, powerful and expressive, is one of the last works of his middle period; it has become as famous a composition as the Coriolan Overture, and is in a similar style to the Fifth Symphony, which he had completed two years earlier. 0:00 Overture: Sostenuto, ma non troppo – Allegro 8:05 Lied: "Die Trommel gerühret" 11:03 Entracte: Andante 14:13 Entracte: Larghetto 19:13 Lied: "Freudvoll und Leidvoll" 20:51 Entracte: Allegro – Marcia 24:44 Entracte: Poco sostenuto e risoluto 28:21 Mort de Klärchen 31:05 Melodram: "Süßer Schlaf" 36:20 Siegessymphonie (symphony of victory): Allegro con brio
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Beethoven "Moonlight" Sonata op 27 # 2 Mov 3 Valentina Lisitsa

Beethoven "Moonlight" Sonata op 27 # 2 Mov 3 Valentina Lisitsa

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Recording in Beethovensaal, Hannover Germany, Dec 2009. Wilhelm Kempff recorded Beethoven cycle in the very same hall. Buy Moonlight Sonata DVD http://www.amazon.co.uk/Live-Royal-Albert-Hall-DVD/dp/B008B11S1A/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1/280-8455980-3697964 Valentina Lisitsa Live at the Royal Albert Hall US iTunes - http://bit.ly/iTunesUSVal US Amazon - http://bit.ly/ValRAH
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 2 No. 1 [Complete] (Piano Solo)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 2 No. 1 [Complete] (Piano Solo)

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Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 2, No. 1, was written in 1795 and dedicated to Joseph Haydn. It is the first piano sonata written by Beethoven. A typical performance of the entire work lasts about 17-20 minutes. Performed by Daniel Baranboim. The sonata is in four movements: 0:00 1. Allegro in F minor 3:53 2. Adagio in F major 9:16 3. Menuetto - Allegretto in F minor 13:00 4. Prestissimo in F minor Sorry for that. I don't know why the video and the audio is not match after uploaded on YouTube :(
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Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 "Pathétique" Live - Lisitsa

Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 "Pathétique" Live - Lisitsa

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Special for my German fans! List of info for upcoming concerts in Deutschland in the next couple of weeks below . Munchen (Mar24), Stuttgart(Mar27), Heidelberg(Apr 7) Do come ! For Beethoven and more :-))) http://www.muenchenmusik.de/veranstaltungen/Valentina_Lisitsa-2735.html http://www.sks-russ.de/veranstaltungen/Valentina-Lisitsa-527.html http://heidelberger-fruehling.de/content/festival_2014/kalender/valentina_lisitsa/index_ger.html?gclid=CNmfl62Bqb0CFWXnwgodD1oA3A
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L. V. Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major Op, 61 (David Oistrakh)

L. V. Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major Op, 61 (David Oistrakh)

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Ludwig Van Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major Op.61 Complete Full Concerto Ludwig van Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, was written in 1806. The work was premiered on 23 December 1806 in the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. Beethoven wrote the concerto for his colleague Franz Clement, a leading violinist of the day, who had earlier given him helpful advice on his opera Fidelio. The occasion was a benefit concert for Clement. However, the first printed edition (1808) was dedicated to Beethoven's friend Stephan von Breuning. It is believed that Beethoven finished the solo part so late that Clement had to sight-read part of his performance. Perhaps to express his annoyance, or to show what he could do when he had time to prepare, Clement is said to have interrupted the concerto between the first and second movements with a solo composition of his own, played on one string of the violin held upside down; however, other sources claim that he did play such a piece but only at the end of the program. The premiere was not a success, and the concerto was little performed in the following decades. The work was revived in 1844, well after Beethoven's death, with performances by the then 12-year-old violinist Joseph Joachim with the orchestra conducted by Felix Mendelssohn. Ever since, it has been one of the most important works of the violin concerto repertoire, and it is frequently performed and recorded today. Structure The work is in three movements: Allegro ma non troppo (D major) Larghetto (G major) Rondo. Allegro (D major)
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Beethoven - Overture to "Egmont" op. 84 (Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig)

Beethoven - Overture to "Egmont" op. 84 (Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig)

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From the Church of St. Nicolai, Leipzig, Germany 20 Years Peaceful Revolution - Leipzig commemorates the 9th of October 1989 Gewandhausorchester Leipzig Conductor: Kurt Masur Ludwig van Beethoven - “Egmont” overture, Op. 84 Watch the full concert here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjoEdEVMABLHsPnmDHO3SGZ6YFNG5rqO On 9 October 1989, 70,000 people staged a non-violent demonstration calling for more freedom and democracy in the GDR. Thanks to the claim “Peaceful Revolution”, initiated by Kurt Masur as one of six prominent citizens of Leipzig, everything proceeded peacefully. That evening, the Gewandhausorchester played under his baton BrahmsSecond Symphony at the St. Nicolas Church. The following regular "Monday Demonstrations", which came to be described as the “Peaceful Revolution”, became a major milestone on the way to open the Berlin Wall one month later on November the 9th in 1989 and paving the foundations for the reunification of the two German states. Exactly 20 years later, the Gewandhausorchester and Kurt Masur commemorate the beginning of the German reunification by presenting the same symphony at the same location.
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Beethoven - STRING QUINTET NO 3 IN C MOLL 1817 - OP 104

Beethoven - STRING QUINTET NO 3 IN C MOLL 1817 - OP 104

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Ludwig van Beethoven - STRING QUINTET NO 3 IN C MOLL 1817 OP 104 Watch also my Beethoven playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOYbqpgE4msUFBTmMEITNjAjJG2YtQPpA and please subscribe
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Ludwig van Beethoven - String Quartet No. 16, Op. 135

Ludwig van Beethoven - String Quartet No. 16, Op. 135

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- Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 -- 26 March 1827) - Performers: Alban Berg Quartett - Year of recording: 1981 String Quartet No. 16 in F major, Op. 135, written in 1826. 00:00 - I. Allegretto 06:22 - II. Vivace [Scherzo] 09:50 - III. Lento assai e cantante tranquillo 17:39 - IV. Grave ma non troppo tratto - Allegro ("Der schwer gefasste Entschluss") Beethoven wrote the bulk of this, his final quartet, in a two-month burst of activity amid health problems and shortly after his nephew Karl attempted to commit suicide. But there's not a hint of self-pity or anguish in this compact, good-natured work. For Beethoven's valedictory composition, this quartet is surprisingly small-scaled, finding inspiration in the quartets of Beethoven's one-time teacher Haydn. - The first movement, Allegretto, takes standard sonata form. Its principal theme in 2/4 hints at a march; this, the light textures, and Beethoven's reliance on very short phrases give the movement a playful nature that is emphasized by Beethoven's abrupt melodic and harmonic shifts and frequent interruptions in mid-phrase. - Beethoven carries this unpredictability over to the second movement, Vivace, which is a scherzo and trio. Again, the overall format is traditional, but the movement abounds in rhythmic asymmetry disrupting the basic 3/4 meter, as well as suddenly modulating chromatic harmonies and melodies being gagged at inopportune moments. It's one of the most comic creations in Beethoven's chamber music. - In deep contrast is the slow movement, Lento assai cantante e tranquillo. This is a D flat major theme with four variations; variety and development come more through harmonic coloring than motivic manipulation. The second variation slips into a dark C sharp minor, the only spot in this work where listeners obsessed with music as autobiography might find a reflection of Beethoven's troubled life. The third variation returns to the major key for a quiet treatment of the theme in canon between the first violin and cello, and the fourth toys with rhythmic details without disrupting the music's serenity. - The finale initially seems to be a great, tragic utterance; Beethoven casts the introduction, Grave ma non troppo tratto, in F minor. At the head of the score Beethoven has written, in German, "The difficult decision," and next to the tempo indication are the words "Muss es sein?" (Must it be?). The cello and viola seem to be asking that question in the introduction, but soon the music breaks into an F major Allegro; here, Beethoven has written "Es muss sein!" (It must be!). Those three syllables form the rhythmic basis of the main theme, and seem to be inspired by an exchange between Beethoven and a friend regarding payment of money. The movement proceeds according to sonata structure, spirits remaining high right through the whimsical pizzicato passage that leads to the affirmative final bars.
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Ludwig van Beethoven - Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

Ludwig van Beethoven - Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

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- Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 -- 26 March 1827) - Performers: Talich Quartet - Year of recording: 1977 Fugue for string quartet in B flat major ("Grosse Fuge"), Op. 133, written in 1825. Beethoven's Grosse Fuge {Great Fugue} was originally to have served as the finale to the String Quartet No. 13 in B flat major, Op. 130 [uploaded on this channel]; in fact, that work was first performed with this monumental creation as its sixth and concluding movement. However, the Grosse Fuge, a complete entity in its own right, proved too difficult for the performers and for some members of the audience. Moreover, it seemed an outsized finale for the relatively modest quartet. Beethoven subsequently produced a new final movement for the quartet, an attractive Rondo more in keeping with the spirit of the entire work. The Grosse Fuge, eventually published as an independent work, is one of Beethoven's crowning achievements in the medium of chamber music. The work opens with an introduction, or "overtura." Here the mood is dramatic, effectively setting the stage for the whole work. The main theme -- heroic and defiant, powerful and self-confident -- is presented in four different versions. First, it is played fortissimo, in an emphatic, assertive manner, which will reemerge as its definitive guise in the coda. The subsequent accounts of the theme gradually become calmer and quieter. The first fugal section is a double fugue marked Allegro. Here the main theme competes against another subject, which is also fiery and assertive. Their struggle, which includes substantial development, continues fortissimo. The second section, marked Meno mosso e moderato, is also a double fugue, its lyricism providing effective contrast to its predecessor. Here a new theme emerges from the counterpoint of the main melody. The third section, marked Allegro molto e con brio, features further struggle in which the theme eventually falters and seems to disintegrate. The second subject from the first fugal section emerges and appears to take control. Eventually, the main theme is rejuvenated in a passage marked Meno mosso moderato, and the signs of struggle fade in the two Allegro subsections that follow. The coda features the main theme in its original version, but now expanded and clearly triumphant. The mood turns reflective and mysterious, and suddenly the second subject appears, supported by the main theme. The work ends powerfully and magnificently. The Grosse Fuge is dedicated: "Dem Cardinal Erzherzog Rudolph gewidmet".
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Beethoven - Piano Trio, Op.  97 (Archduke Trio)

Beethoven - Piano Trio, Op. 97 (Archduke Trio)

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Recorded in 1970 Piano: Wilhelm Kempff Violin: Henryk Szeryng Cello: Pierre Fournier Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, by Ludwig van Beethoven is a piano trio for piano, violin, and cello, finished in 1811. It is commonly referred to as the Archduke Trio, because it was dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria, an amateur pianist who was a friend and composition student of Beethoven. The trio was written late in the composer's so-called "middle period". He began composing it in the summer of 1810, and completed it in March 1811. Although the "Archduke Trio" is sometimes numbered as "No. 7", the numbering of Beethoven's twelve piano trios is not standardized, and in other sources the Op. 97 trio may be shown as having a different number, if any. 0:00 Allegro moderato, 4/4 13:20 Scherzo (Allegro), 3/4 25:20 Andante cantabile ma però con moto. Poco piu adagio, D major, 3/4 37:16 Allegro moderato – Presto, 2/4 – 6/8
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Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Major, Op.109 (Goode, Levit)

Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Major, Op.109 (Goode, Levit)

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Beethoven’s 30th Sonata is to the Hammerklavier what a koan is to a novel: ultra-compressed, terse, deeply enigmatic (so enigmatic, in fact, that we can’t even decide if it’s got 2 or 3 movements). It marks a return to intimate structures after the vastness of the Hammerklavier, but despite its beauty and warmth it’s as deeply radical as anything which Beethoven wrote. In terms of large-scale structure, the Op.109 does a couple of very interesting things. There is the fact that Mvt 1 is extremely short, being built more around contrast (the old, “classical” ideal), and containing little thematic development (the new “romantic” ideal that Beethoven had done so much to build). Perhaps because of this, Mvt 2 (to pick up the slack?) is also in sonata form (a scherzo without the trio is also a good reading), another very unusual step. Add to this the fact that for the first time in Beethoven’s sonata output the focus is now the last movement (instead of the first, which is the norm), which is considerably longer than both Mvt 1 + 2. This pattern – of having a slow and large final movement which ends the piece with a kind of devotional intensity – is repeated in the two sonatas which come after the Op.109. The relationship between Mvt 1 & 2 is also pretty interesting: they sort of function as a combined counterweight to Mvt 3. They are joined together (not by an attaca indication, which is unusual) by the thinnest of tissues – the holding down of the pedal. Both main (opening) themes of both movements are also very similar: the basses of both are built around a simple descending scale. The sonata as a whole is also unified by the motivic interval of a 3rd. The 1st theme of the Mvt 1 has a principal melody (highlighted as quarter-notes) which basically consists of paired 3rds (G#-B, F#-A, E-G#), as is the 1st theme of the Mvt 2 (the RH basically goes G-E, B-G, E-G). The theme of Mvt 3 opens with a 3rd, which recurs throughout the variations. In Var.2 the 2nd and 3rd notes in the RH are separated by a 3rd, and the pattern recurs (F#-D#, then G#-E, F#-D#, F#-A#). In Var.3, the pattern is obvious: both RH and LH move outward in 3rd. In Var.4, the rhythmically important notes are also separated by 3rds (for the most part: B-G#-E in the opening phrased, for instance). In Var.5 the fugue subject closely resembles the sonata’s opening principal melody, and so on. Last thing to note: the last movement, a theme and variations (unusual end to a sonata), contains much of Beethoven’s most beautiful writing. The bit from 35:19 to 36:17 (including the theme’s re-entrance at 35:40) must count as one of the most transcendent 1-min segments of music ever written. In fact, the 3 most lyrically intense/ecstatic/generous 1-min segments of music Beethoven ever wrote are probably all found in the last movements of his last three sonatas (the closing chorale of the 31st, and the brief moment in the 32nd when the theme and variation form is abandoned.) MVT I EXPOSITION 00:00 – Theme 1 00:11 – Theme 2 (the culmination of Beethoven’s experimentation with quasi-recitative structures in sonata form. Note the sudden changes of harmony.) DEVELOPMENT 01:05 – Theme 1 RECAPITULATION 01:38 – Theme 1 01:50 – Theme 2 (Note the violent transition to C Maj at 2:11, which Levit emphasises very well [21:27]) 02:52 – Theme 1 03:22 – CODA MVT II EXPOSITION 03:42 – Theme 1 (note the bass line, which is what the development will pick up on) 03:49 – Theme 2 (or the start of Theme Group 2) DEVELOPMENT 04:31 – Theme 1’s bass line is presented in canon in RH 04:42 – Theme 1’s bass line is presented against itself in inversion RECAPITULATION 05:02 – Theme 1 05:14 – Theme Group 2 05:49 – CODA MVT III 06:02 – Theme 08:15 – VAR.1. A precursor of the modern piano waltz, albeit in clear triple time 10:21 – VAR.2. Three variations in one, the second of which features lovely contrapuntal writing [10:42; 11:33] and last of which is especially moving [10:55; 11:43] 11:56 – VAR.3 12:12 – VAR.4 14:53 – VAR.5. A spectacular little chorale-fugue, erupting out of an essentially lyrical movement. Oddly enough, Beethoven does not mark the final two variations in the score, instead leaving only tempo indications. No-one is quite sure why this is. 15:45 – VAR.6. This single variation telegraphs essentially the whole final movement of the 31st sonata. It’s built essentially on keeping the same basic rhythm while further subdividing the repeated B of each theme. This technique of using subdivision is taken to the extreme in the 32nd’s 2nd movement, where all the *individual variations* are built from subdivision (here, all the subdivision is contained in a single variation.) 17:50 – CODA. The theme is repeated, as if nothing has happened. As is the case with the Goldberg Variations, the repetition brings you “back home.”
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Beethoven.Violin.Sonata.No.9.Op.47.kreutzer.[Anne-Sophie Mutter.-.Lambert.Orkis]

Beethoven.Violin.Sonata.No.9.Op.47.kreutzer.[Anne-Sophie Mutter.-.Lambert.Orkis]

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Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 15 en Re mayor Opus 28 Pastoral. Daniel Barenboim, piano

Beethoven, Sonata para piano Nº 15 en Re mayor Opus 28 Pastoral. Daniel Barenboim, piano

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Sonata para piano Nº 15 en Re mayor, "Pastoral" (Compuesta en 1801) 1. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Scherzo: Allegro vivace 4. Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo Daniel Barenboim, piano ---
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Vladimir Ashkenazy: Beethoven - Piano Sonata Opus 106 (Hammerklavier)

Vladimir Ashkenazy: Beethoven - Piano Sonata Opus 106 (Hammerklavier)

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Live recording from 1980 Vladimir Ashkenazy - piano Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 29 Opus 106 (Hammerklavier) 0:19 Allegro 11:00 Scherzo: Assai vivace 13:52 Adagio sostenuto 34:34 Introduzione: Largo...Allegro – Fuga: Allegro risoluto Subscribe to the channel for more content: https://goo.gl/GLSuto
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Barenboim Beethoven op. 80

Barenboim Beethoven op. 80

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Menuhin Rostropovich Kempff Beethoven Trio Op. 97 "Archduke" (Paris, 1974)

Menuhin Rostropovich Kempff Beethoven Trio Op. 97 "Archduke" (Paris, 1974)

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Part of the concert on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of UNESCO International Music Council in January 1974. 00:43 Rostropovich drops his chair ;-) 01:36 1 mvt 11:49 2 mvt 19:06 3 mvt 31:37 4 mvt 40:54 Menuhin speaks
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Krystian Zimerman plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13 (Pathétique) (Complete)

Krystian Zimerman plays Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13 (Pathétique) (Complete)

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It's hard to imagine the emotional range of this piece being captured any better. Once again, Krystian Zimerman's astounding technique and kaleidoscopic dynamic range transport us with this immortal Sonata by Beethoven. I Grave -- Allegro di molto e con brio - 0:00 II Adagio cantabile - 10:59 III Rondo Allegro - 16:04 The posting of this video meets the requirements of Fair Use. I do not own any copyright licenses for this video nor do I stand to gain financially from it's posting in any way whatsoever.
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Beethoven opus 18 no 3, Allegro

Beethoven opus 18 no 3, Allegro

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beethoven opus 420

beethoven opus 420

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these graphiicxs and beats
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Nhim

Nhim

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Sonate Beethoven Opus 2 no.1
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Beethoven opus 13 Grande Sonate Pathétique

Beethoven opus 13 Grande Sonate Pathétique

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Beethoven opus 10 No 1 cherry ggp piano

Beethoven opus 10 No 1 cherry ggp piano

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