This nicely filled-out arrangement of the famous theme from Beethoven's 9th Symphony is appropriate as a performance piece for an intermediate level pianist, featuring elements of the symphonic work intertwined with the theme. It is presented in D major,has a wide keyboard range, and nice extremes in dynamics. -the publisher
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The serious student and performer of the Beethoven's works will definitely benefit from this scholarly prepared edition of the 1795 F-minor Sonata, Opus 2, No. 1, not only for the clarity of its modern engraving, but also for the extensive performance and historical notes provided by Maurice Hinson, both separately in the preface as well as scattered throughout the score. Editorial additions are clearly designated. -the publisher
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Edited by Willard A. Palmer, this is Beethoven's complete Sonata, Opus 27, No. 2. There are historical notes about the work and the composer, as well as illustrations, performance suggestions regarding staccato, notes by Carl Czerny, and additional footnotes within the score. Mr. Palmer notes that "the present edition has been carefully prepared from the original autograph manuscript and the first edition_" -the publisher
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Romantic. Count Ferdinand Ernest Gabriel von Waldstein, to whom the Sonata No. 21 in C Major, Op. 53, is dedicated, was a longtime patron of the composer. Waldstein wrote to Beethoven, "May you receive the spirit of Mozart through the hands of Haydn." The opening theme of repeated chords begins the excitement found throughout this work. Dr. Stewart Gordon's editions of Beethoven's most popular piano sonatas provide the key to a stylistic performance. Thorough research of the earliest available so...
The Op. 79 was announced by Breitkopf & H„rtel in Leipzig in December 1810 as "sonatine pour le pianoforte." It was also registered at London's copyright registry on August 31, 1810, by the English publisher Muzio Clementi. It is not possible to ascertain exactly when the English edition was available to the public, but it may be that it predates the German edition. Although the Op. 79 bears no dedication, Beethoven may have planned to use it as a gift for Therese Malfatti, a woman with whom he w...
The G-major Sonata, Opus 79, is a lighthearted romp in its two outer movements, but these enclose a romantic and lyrical Andante movement. In this Maurice Hinson edition, performance and practice notes are included.
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Dr. Stewart Gordon, Professor of Music in the Department of Keyboard Studies at the University of Southern California, is held in high regard by professional piano teachers worldwide. His critical editions of Beethoven's piano sonatas provide all the tools necessary for a stylistic performance and are essentials for the library of every piano teacher. His thorough research of the earliest available sources has captured the most accurate reflection of the composer's intent. These sonatas contain h...
Re-engraved, corrected editions by Arthur Schnabel, with Schnabel's notes and comments in five languages. This volume (volume 1) contains Sonatas 1 through 17. Volume 2 (sold separately) contains Sonatas 18 through 32.
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Re-engraved, corrected editions by Arthur Schnabel, with Schnabel's notes and comments in five languages. This volume (volume 2) contains Sonatas 18 through 32. Volume 1 (sold separately) contains Sonatas 1 through 17.
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