Beethoven's piano sonatas / Robert Greenberg.
Audio libro en CD/MP3 | Teaching Co. | 2005

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Descripción
24 audio discs (18 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 3 course guidebooks (22 cm).
Tiempo juego
180000
Colección
The great courses
Great courses (Compact disc)
Intérprete
Robert Greenberg, lecturer.
Nota
Compact discs; in three containers (23 cm.).
Bibliografía
Includes bibliographical references.
Contenido
lecture 1. Beethoven and the piano -- lecture 2. Homage to Mozart -- lecture 3. The grand sonata, part 1 -- lecture 4. The grand sonata, part 2 -- lecture 5. Meaning and metaphor -- lecture 6. The striking and subversive, op. 10 continued -- lecture 7. The pathétique and the sublime -- lecture 8. The Opus 14 sonatas -- lecture 9. Motives, Bach and a farewell to the 18th century -- lecture 10. A genre redefined -- lecture 11. Sonata quasi una fantasia, The moonlight -- lecture 12. Lesser siblings and a pastoral interlude -- lecture 13. The tempest -- lecture 14. A quartet of sonatas -- lecture 15. The Waldstein and the heroic style -- lecture 16. The appassionata and the heroic style -- lecture 17. They deserve better, part 1 -- lecture 18. They deserve better, part 2 -- lecture 19. The farewell sonata -- lecture 20. Experiments in a dark time -- lecture 21. The Hammerklavier, part 1 -- lecture 22. The Hammerklavier, part 2 -- lecture 23. In a world of his own -- lecture 24. Reconciliation.
Sumario
Professor Greenberg combines perceptive analysis of extensive musical excerpts with historical anecdotes, metaphors, and humor to show what goes on inside a musical composition: how it came to be written, how it works, and how, as is often the case with Beethoven, it may break all former rules to achieve a completely new and powerful effect. This course is somewhat technical and although musical knowledge is helpful, it is not a necessity.
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Otro Autor
Teaching Company.
ISBN
1598030140
9781598030143
Nº Música
7250 Teaching Co.
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