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Scherzo: Allegro Molto; Trio - Beethoven* / Claude Frank - The 32 Piano Sonatas (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. In addition to his superb, exultant Appasionata, Les Adieux, and last three sonatas, Frank finds more melodic appeal than usual beneath Op. and s gnarly bushes. In short, this is one of the more stimulating Beethoven sonata cycles around/5(33).
  2. Claude Frank - Complete Beethoven Sonatas\ Claude Frank - Complete Beethoven Violin Sonata\ VItezslav Novak Piano Trio quasi una ballata Op\ Beethoven Piano Sonata 8,10,12 32 Variations & Schubert Piano Sonata , Impromptu (Denon)\.
  3. Dec 13,  · This trio of sonatas is one of the critical components I use to assess the overall quality of a pianist in Beethoven. the twelve discs comprise all-Beethoven recitals, much as Claude Frank s cycle does, so that meant that I needed to disc hop to obtain my objective. While the second movement is labeled Allegro molto e vivace, Yokoyama.
  4. Jun 03,  · That occurs in the first of the two sonatas. Yokoyama takes a basically slow approach where even the opening and closing portions are on the slow-ish side, though with moments of swiftness. The core of the interpretation lies in the slow middle portion. While the second movement is labeled Allegro molto e vivace, Yokoyama plays it Allegreto at.
  5. Buy Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven, Bernard Roberts from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(35).
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  7. The Piano Sonatas, a classical music Album by Claude Frank. Released in on Music & Arts (catalog no. CD ; CD). Genres: Classical Period, Romanticism.
  8. I have many complete recordings of the ten Beethoven sonatas for violin and piano – including Kriesler / Rupp, Ferras / Barbizet, Pamela & Claude Frank, Ibragimova / Tiberghien, Szigeti / Arrau, Faust / Melnikov, Grumiaux / Haskil. And so on. Impossible in such company to talk of “best” and “second best”.

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