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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Beethoven - "Piano Sonate No. 7 (Hannes Minnaar)" [Classical]

Piano Sonate No. 7 (Hannes Minnaar)

"Piano Sonate No. 7 (Hannes Minnaar)" music video by Beethoven
Added: 18-06-2020
Genre : Classical
Description : Beethoven: Sonate voor piano nr. 7, op. 10, deel IV - Hannes Minnaar - AVROTROS Klassiek HD

Pianist Hannes Minnaar performs his favourite piano sonata by composer Ludwig van Beethoven: the fourth movement of the 'Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 10'.

Beethoven: pure and uncut. AVROTROS Klassiek asked five young and talented pianists to pick their favourite Beethoven music and play it in front of our camera. In an empty hall in the Dutch city Utrecht they performed their most treasured Beethoven piece. Without editing, played in one piece.

Recording: May 2020 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.


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Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 7 in D major, Op. 10, No. 3, was dedicated to the Countess Anne Margarete von Browne, and written in 1798. This makes it contemporary with his three Op. 9 string trios, his three Op. 12 violin sonatas, and the violin and orchestra romance that became his Op. 50 when later published. The year also saw the premiere of a revised version of his second piano concerto, whose original form had been written and heard in 1795.

The Op. 10 sonatas are usually described as angular or experimental, as Beethoven began moving further and further away from his earlier models. This third sonata of the set is the longest at approximately 24 minutes. It is the only one of the Op. 10 sonatas that has four movements. The second movement is famous for its intimations of later tragic slow movements, as well as for its own beauty.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Beethoven

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