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Beethoven*, Alfred Brendel - Bagatelles - Op. 33 - Op. 119 - Op. 126 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Alfred Brendel Beethoven Schumann Theme Variations II CD Philips Piano ED1 Alfred Brendel Beethoven: $ Alfred Brendel: Beethoven Piano Sonatas Op. 13, 54 & (CD, , Philips/BMG) Alfred Brendel: Beethoven: $
  2. OCLC Number: Notes: Durations on labels. Program notes on container. Contains op. 33, op. , and op. Performer(s): Alfred Brendel, piano.
  3. The Bagatelles, Op. 33, for solo piano were composed by Ludwig van Beethoven in –02 and published in through the Viennese publisher Bureau des arts et d'industrie. The seven bagatelles are quite typical of Beethoven's early style, retaining many compositional features of the early Classical period.
  4. Among Beethoven's numerous short compositions for piano, there are twenty four that he himself gave the title "Small Things (Kleinigkeiten) or Bagatelles". They were published in three stages: first, seven bagatelles, Op. 33 (in the year ); then the 11 new bagatelles, Op. (20 years later); and shortly thereafter (in the year ) the.
  5. Even the great Schnabel made some odd decisions – his Op. No. 1 strikes me as insensitively fast. Brendel also conveys a sense of Op. as – in Beethoven’s own words – a “cycle of Bagatelles”, the extraordinary No. 11 (a gorgeous Andante amabile framed by music-hall fanfares) making a very thought-provoking finale.
  6. Beethoven: Bagatelles Op. 33, , (CD) by Alfred Brendel is in stock now.,Japan,Music CD, (UHQCD)(reissue) / Limited pressing edition. Reissue album from ALFRED BRENDEL. Release on UHQCD. Originally released by Decca. Recorded on Mar. and Sept. in .
  7. In Brendel's performances, each of Beethoven's quirky Bagatelles is wonderfully characterized and marvelously expressive. Fourth, the disc is filled out with four little pieces by Beethoven in superb performances, an elegant Rondo in C major, a powerful Allegretto in C minor, a delicious Klavierstuck in B flat major, and, of course, a simple 9/
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