Articles tagged 'Beethoven'
No desiccated embryos here. The LTM pair enshrines Satie compositions from the early to mid-1890s, the period preceding the ironic collections with the wacky titles.
Perhaps Beethoven is suggesting that Diabelli stole his theme from Mozart or is simply being a scamp.
The triplet as upbeat, reiterated in the middle voice and the bass, has a pulling effect to the downbeat made more powerful by each repetition.
The music expands quickly from piano to forte with pointed bass notes and a dashing sforzando at the second beat of measure 3.
Debussy and Messiaen live on in the filigree and chords of Murail’s poetic piano compositions.
Late Liszt is terrain as well as timeline — the bleak, haunted miniatures that glimpsed the future.
With tour experience the proving ground, Fischer bucks convention, placing the Andante before the Scherzo.
I’m sitting here today with two of the 19th century’s musical giants, Ludwig van Beethoven and Robert Schumann.
Hard on the instrument and on the players, Beethoven’s piano-four hands transcription of his Grosse Fuge is also hard to find.