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Piano Sonata No. 26 in E-Flat Major Op. 81a "Les adieux": I. Das Lebewohl. Adagio
Ludwig van Beethoven Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Ludwig van Beethoven:

9th Symphony Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium, wir bet…
Moonlight Sonata Camper Van Beethoven Camper Van Beethoven We Love You All…
Presto Freude, schöner Götterfunken, Tochter aus Elysium, wir bet…
String Quartet in A major Kimi no te de kirisaite Omoi hi no kioku wo Kanashimi no…
String Quartet in A major Op. 18 No. 5: III. Andante cantabile Kimi no te de kirisaite Omoi hi no kioku wo Kanashimi no…
Symphony No. 2 in D Major I saw you standing on the corner You looked so big…

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Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Oppitz –
00:00 – Mvt I
07:08 – Mvt II
10:45 – Mvt III
Lortie –
16:30 – Mvt I
23:56 – Mvt II
27:51 – Mvt II

Oppitz’s playing is full of energy and rhythmic drive: his third movement in particular is wonderful, played in unabashed concertante style, while the first is surprisingly intense. Lortie’s playing is full of warmth and detail: his playing in the slow movement is revelatory, filled with delicate inflections, and the relatively measured maestoto approach to the last movement is quite persuasive: the dynamic control he achieves is pretty remarkable, as is the clarity in the denser passages.



All comments from YouTube:

Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Oppitz –
00:00 – Mvt I
07:08 – Mvt II
10:45 – Mvt III
Lortie –
16:30 – Mvt I
23:56 – Mvt II
27:51 – Mvt II

Oppitz’s playing is full of energy and rhythmic drive: his third movement in particular is wonderful, played in unabashed concertante style, while the first is surprisingly intense. Lortie’s playing is full of warmth and detail: his playing in the slow movement is revelatory, filled with delicate inflections, and the relatively measured maestoto approach to the last movement is quite persuasive: the dynamic control he achieves is pretty remarkable, as is the clarity in the denser passages.

Miguelisaurus bruh

@Ashish Xiangyi Kumar You always know what to say

Space Banana

@Ashish Xiangyi Kumar Thank you for this channel and your wonderful notes! They really add a lot.

Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

@joseph mmm... I like waffles

joseph

what a load of waffle, it's like listening to frasier and niles crane discuss wine the way you discuss these two pianists. they are both more or less the same and do a good job both, end of.

YoloBoy_

i am doing a school prodject looking for the movements of this song so it helped alot thanks

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Håkon Dekkerhus

Those three notes at the beginning is just so incredibly beautiful.. Its simple, yet I cant let it go from my head

BF shorts

Listen to Dax - Dear Alcohol - similar progression.

PaulVinonaama

It's called "horn fifths" and was "invented" much before Beethoven... (On the other hand, I don't know whether B. was the first to use the VI chord [c minor] there.)

Emiliano Manna

One of my favorite Sonatas (they're quite a lot, in fact :D ). Oppitz's rhythmic drive in the Finale is beyond wonderful.
Why do you call this the only programmatic work by Beethoven? Pastoral Symphony, even if more philosophical than merely pictorial, is a notable example in the genre.

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