Beethoven – The complete sonatas for pianoforte & cello

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Tracklist

1.
I. Sonata op. 5 nr. 1 in F major - Adagio sostenuto
02:08
2.
I. Sonata op. 5 nr. 1 in F major - Allegro
00:00
3.
I. Sonata op. 5 nr. 1 in F major - Rondo (allegro vivace)
04:24
4.
II. Sonata op. 5 nr. 2 in g minor - Adagio sostenuto e espressivo
00:00
5.
II. Sonata op. 5 nr. 2 in g minor - Allegro molto piĆ¹ tosto presto
08:52
6.
II. Sonata op. 5 nr. 2 in g minor - Rondo (allegro)
05:29
7.
III. Sonate op. 69 in A Major - Allegro ma non tanto
00:00
8.
III. Sonate op. 69 in A Major - Scherzo (allegro molto)
00:00
9.
III. Sonate op. 69 in A Major - Adagio cantabile
01:15
10.
III. Sonate op. 69 in A Major - Allegro vivace
04:24
11.
IV. Sonate op. 102 nr. 1 in C Major - Andante
00:00
12.
IV. Sonate op. 102 nr. 1 in C Major - Allegro vivace
03:24
13.
IV. Sonate op. 102 nr. 1 in C Major - Adagio
00:00
14.
IV. Sonate op. 102 nr. 1 in C Major - Allegro vivace
00:00
15.
V. Sonate op. 102 nr. 2 in D Major - Allegro con brio
04:25
16.
V. Sonate op. 102 nr. 2 in D Major - Adagio con molto sentimento d'affetto
00:00
17.
V. Sonate op. 102 nr. 2 in D Major - Allegro fugato
00:00

Description

The 5 sonatas for pianoforte and cello by Ludwig van Beethoven
a personal characterization The spirit of comedy prevails in the first sonata. The brilliant texts set the characters off against each other. Lyricism, gestures, masquerades and humour: all play their respective roles against an undercurrent – which runs through all high-quality comedy – of seriousness and drama. A remarkable aspect is the quasi-symbolic beginning to the introduction, which seems to portray the genesis of the piano-cello duality; tones sound in unisono before carefully going their separate ways to form the initial impetus to a melody (hardly more than a rudiment) which sets the performance into motion….

Additional information

Artists

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Recording date

June 1991

Mastering equiment

Sony digital Editor 3000

Mastering engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Mixing console

Rens Heijnis Custom made

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Recording format

PCM 44.1

Analog to digital converter

dCS900

Recording location

Resnswoude – The Netherlands

Composers

Editing

Bert van der Wolf

Recording engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Producer

Ted Diehl

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Label

Genre

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Digital to analog converter

Sony

Press reviews

The Washington Post

(…) with marvellous sensitivity in a noteworthy historic-instrument recording with pianist Paul Komen. (…)

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