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Allegro - Mari Kodama, Beethoven* - Piano Sonatas Op.2 Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (SACD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas - Mari Kodama on AllMusic -
  2. The Sonatas Op. 2 are dedicated to Joseph Haydn, with whom Beethoven studied between the end of and the beginning of They were written between (sketches for No. 1) and , and received their first performance in the presence of the dedicatee in September at the palace of Prince Carl von Lichnowsky/5(4).
  3. Oct 07,  · – Theme Group 2, Theme 1, now blithely on C, which then modulates to G. At dominant preparation, which is surprising as the key is already clear – TG2, T2.
  4. May 22,  · Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his last Piano Sonatas Op. , and between and They are the last three of thirty-two different solutions pro- vided by the composer in this category, which began with the first sketches for his Sonata Op. 2 in
  5. Japanese pianist Mari Kodama is only the fourth woman to have recorded all of Beethoven’s sonatas (Pizzicato). Although not the first with this achievement, the very idea that an artist can play this music and still introduce a new perspective, as Kodama so often proves with her performances, is astonishing.
  6. Piano Sonatas Op 10 Nos 1 2 & 3 Hybrid SACD BEETHOVEN,LUDWIG VAN (Artist) Format: Audio CD. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music Kodama,Mari Go Unlimited Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos. Digital Booklet: Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos.
  7. The Sonatas Op. 2 are dedicated to Joseph Haydn, with whom Beethoven studied between the end of and the beginning of They were written between (sketches for No. 1) and , and received their first performance in the presence of the dedicatee in September at the palace of Prince Carl von Lichnowsky.4/4(1).
  8. May 22,  · The Sonatas are written in the keys of C minor (No. 1), F major (No. 2) and D major (No. 3), and contain a varying num- ber of movements. The three-movement Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 lack a Minuet, or slow movement, whereas No. 3 consists of four movements.

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