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Bøker Bok 15 av 5But, what was infinitely preferable to me, I heard him extemporize in private; yes,...
" But, what was infinitely preferable to me, I heard him extemporize in private; yes, I was even invited to propose a theme for him to vary. The greatness of this amiable, light-hearted man, as a virtuoso, may in my opinion be safely estimated from his... "
The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven - Side 115
av Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Hermann Deiters, Hugo Riemann - 1921 - 371 sider
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The Musical World, Volumer 19-20

Richard Storrs Willis, J. H. Wardwell - 1858
...greatness of this amiable, light-beartfd man, as a virtuoso, may, in my opinion, be safely esti mated from his almost inexhaustible wealth of ideas, the...displays. I know, therefore, no one thing which he lacks, tli.it conduces to the greatness of an artist. I have heard Vogler upon the pianoforte — of his organ-playing...
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Beethoven and the Construction of Genius: Musical Politics in Vienna, 1792-1803

Tia DeNora - 1996 - 252 sider
...eleventh year. True, he did not perform in public, probably the instrument here was not to his mind. ... I heard him extemporize in private; yes, I was even...an artist. I have heard Vogler upon the pianoforte . . . have often heard him, heard him by the hour together, and never failed to wonder at his astonishing...
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The Life of Beethoven

David Wyn Jones - 1998 - 204 sider
...providingtheearliesteyewitnessaccount-apartfromMozart's brief comment-ofhis extraordinary abilities in this area: The greatness of this amiable, light-hearted man,...playing, and the great execution which he displays. A comparison with the travelling virtuoso Abbe Vogler is offered, Junker maintaining that Beethoven...
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The Cambridge History of Nineteenth-Century Music, Sider 151-177

Jim Samson - 2001 - 772 sider
...theme for him to vary'. Second, the greatness of Beethoven as a virtuoso, according to Junker, comes 'from his almost inexhaustible wealth of ideas, the...playing, and the great execution which he displays'. Junker compares Beethoven to Abbe Georg Joseph Vogler, another important virtuoso of the time, and...
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Beethoven: The Music and the Life

Lewis Lockwood - 2003 - 604 sider
...one of the greatest of pianists — "the dear, good Bethofen . . . [who showed in his improvising] an almost inexhaustible wealth of ideas, the altogether...which he displays. I know therefore, no one thing that he lacks, that conduces to the greatness of an artist."57 Beyond the Rhineland and its principalities...
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