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Beethovenís Chamber Music

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« on: July 06, 2022, 04:20:44 am »

Beethovenís Chamber Music in Context, by Angus Watson

Beethovenís Chamber Music in Context provides professional
and amateur musicians, and music lovers generally, with a
complete survey
of Beethovenís chamber music and the
background to each individual work - the loyalty of patrons,
musicians and friends on the one hand; increasing deafness
and uncertain health on the other. Attention is paid to the
influence of such large-scale compositions as the Eroica
Symphony and Fidelio on the chamber music of his middle
years and the Missa Solemnis and the Ninth Symphony on his
late quartets. The author also lays stress on Beethovenís
ever-increasing freedom of form - largely a result of his
mastery of improvisation and a powerful symbol of the fusion
of classical discipline with the subversive spirit of
adventure which characterises his mature music.

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