Édouard Herriot once said, "In Beethoven, everything comes from within. His model is not the rule of the schoolroom." This is particularly true of the late sonatas, which contain elements of both an intimate journal (Romain Rolland saw in Op.101 "a day in the inner life" of Beethoven) and total experimentation (the variations of Op.109) before attaining the mystical serenity of the very last sonata, Op.111. Here is Nikolai Lugansky's powerful vision of this pianistic Everest.
Édouard Herriot once said, "In Beethoven, everything comes from within. His model is not the rule of the schoolroom." This is particularly true of the late sonatas, which contain elements of both an intimate journal (Romain Rolland saw in Op.101 "a day in the inner life" of Beethoven) and total experimentation (the variations of Op.109) before attaining the mystical serenity of the very last sonata, Op.111. Here is Nikolai Lugansky's powerful vision of this pianistic Everest.
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Beethoven: Late Piano Sonatas
Artist: Nikolai Lugansky
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1. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.28 in a Major Op.101 - I. Etwas Lebhaft Und Mit Der Innigsten Empfindung
2. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.28 in a Major Op.101 - II. Lebhaft. Marschmäßig
3. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.28 in a Major Op.101 - III. Langsam Und Sehnsuchtsvoll
4. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.28 in a Major Op.101 - IV. Geschwind, Doch Nicht Zu Sehr Und Mit Entschlossenheit
5. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.30 in E Major Op.109 - I. Vivace Ma Non Troppo
6. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.30 in E Major Op.109 - II. Prestissimo
7. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.30 in E Major Op.109 - III. Gesangvoll, Mit Innigster Empfindung
8. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111 - I. Maestoso
9. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111 - II. Arietta

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Édouard Herriot once said, "In Beethoven, everything comes from within. His model is not the rule of the schoolroom." This is particularly true of the late sonatas, which contain elements of both an intimate journal (Romain Rolland saw in Op.101 "a day in the inner life" of Beethoven) and total experimentation (the variations of Op.109) before attaining the mystical serenity of the very last sonata, Op.111. Here is Nikolai Lugansky's powerful vision of this pianistic Everest.