The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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Hello, fellow pianophiliacs,

I came across a strange introduction to the sonata op. 27 No. 2.
Does anyone know more about this? Did I maybe get this page from here?
Beethoven op. 27 No. 2 strange introduction.pdf
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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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This is an excerpt from Ernst Pauer's Beethoven Studies.
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Thank you very much!
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I'm not sure if it was ever published, but does anyone have Kempff's transcription of Beethoven's Eccosaisen as played here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlEnAhfgbNk

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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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I plead guilty to the charge of being responsible for adding the introduction to that famous Beethoven movement, based on Pauer's Beethoven Studies, as martbenda correctly indicated.
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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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Quite possibly the first edition of the Choral Fantasy, Op.80...

Grand fantasia for the piano forte as newly constructed by Clementi & Co. with additional keys up to F, & also arr. for the piano forte, up to C with accompaniments for a full orchestra and a great chorus
URL: http://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/de ... 00001.html

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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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Does anyone have 'Für Elise' 1822 version?
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arneros wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:49 pm Does anyone have 'Für Elise' 1822 version?
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There's a MIDI file here but it doesn't open as a "clean"score.
https://unheardbeethoven.org/search.php ... fier=woo59
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Re: The Music of Ludwig van Beethoven

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lebowl wrote: Sat Oct 31, 2020 2:48 pm I'm not sure if it was ever published, but does anyone have Kempff's transcription of Beethoven's Eccosaisen as played here:


Thanks.
There's a discussion that suggests that it's more-or-less a performance of the original score with minor embellishments, being:

- he repeats no. 3 (plays it two times)
- Grace note added around 1:00
- he adds three or four additional notes in the left hand in no. 4 at 1:21
- he adds two b-flats in the melody of no 5 at 1:41
- he repeats no. 6 (plays it two times)
- the ending is not "very different", he just splits the fourths into repeated eights and plays full chords in the last repetition of the "refrain".

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads. ... aises.html
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