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Pno Sons [Original recording remastered]

Ludwig Van Beethoven Audio CD

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1. Pno Son No.21 in C, Op.53 'Waldstein': I. Allegro Con Brio
2. Pno Son No.21 in C, Op.53 'Waldstein': II. Intro (Adagio Molto) -
3. Pno Son No.21 in C, Op.53 'Waldstein': III. Rondo (Allegretto Moderato) - Prestissimo
4. Pno Son No.23 in f, Op.57 'Appassionata': I. Allegro Assai
5. Pno Son No.23 in f, Op.57 'Appassionata': II. Andante Con Moto -
6. Pno Son No.23 in f, Op.57 'Appassionata': III. Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Presto
7. Pno Son No.30 in E, Op.109: I. Vivace Ma Non Troppo - Adagio Espressivo
8. Pno Son No.30 in E, Op.109: II. Prestissimo
9. Pno Son No.30 in E, Op.109: III. Temp (Andante Molto Cantabile Ed Espressivo)/Vars I-VI
10. Pno Son No.31 in A flat, Op.110: I. Moderato Cantabile, Molto Espressivo
11. Pno Son No.31 in A flat, Op.110: II. Allegro Molto
12. Pno Son No.31 in A flat, Op.110: III. Adagio Ma Non Troppo - Fuga (Allegro Ma Non Troppo)...

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3.0 out of 5 stars Gieseking Plays Beethoven Feb. 15 2010
By J. Forrest - Published on Amazon.com
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The great pianist died in the midst of recording Beethoven's Sonatas complete in London. Unkind critics, unappreciative of the mature Gieseking's reserve in this music, suggested he had perhaps died of boredom. Listening, again, decades later, the considerable subtlety this artist brought to almost everything he played is in evidence, but it is far from the Beethoven of Schnabel, Backhaus, Brendel, Gilels, Kempff . . . to name but five. The sound is far better than the dull Angel lps, but is still far from the best EMI and producer Walter Legge could accomplish at the time. Recommended to those with an interest in this great artist and in the repertoire.

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