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Daniel Barenboim performs Beethoven [electronic resource] : Sonata no. 29, "Hammerklavier" / Metropolitan, München ; Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, director.

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[Place of publication not identified] : Metropolitan, München, [1984]
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Other Title:
Sonata no. 29, "Hammerklavier"
Subjects:
Sonatas (Piano).
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Summary:
Composed between 1817 and 1819, at the time of the first writings for the Ninth Symphony, the Hammerklavier sonata (sonata for pianoforte) is one of Beethoven's first works written while completely deaf. 1983. Daniel Barenboïm is in his forties, and is already known around the globe for being an exceptional pianist. He made his debuts on stage when he was only 7. In his youth, he meets Artur Rubinstein, Zubin Mehta and Wilhelm Furtwängler ... His professors are named Nadia Boulanger, Edwin Fischer and Igor Markevitch. Often associated to Beethoven, Barenboim released in his life the Major part of the German composer's works (notably the complete piano concertos with Otto Klemperer in the 90s). In the 1980s, he records the complete piano sonatas, which are played again in a world tour in the 2000s. The recordings of the 32 piano sonatas shown here date back to the years 1983-1984, when the pianist enjoys a great reputation as a pianist. Since then, his renditions of the Beethoven piano sonatas have been considered a Major reference.
Participant:
Daniel Barenboim, piano.
Notes:
Recorded Palais Rasumowsky, Vienna, Austria.
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Contributor:
Barenboim, Daniel, 1942- instrumentalist.
Ponnelle, Jean-Pierre, 1932-1988, film director.
Metropolitan München (Firm), production company.
Contains:
Container of: Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. Sonatas, piano, no. 29, op. 106, B♭ major
OCLC:
956369265
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