Beethoven's Concertos: History, Style, Performance, Volum 1

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1999 - 403 sider
Beethoven's five concertos for piano, his Violin Concerto, and his Triple Concerto rank among the most famous and beloved works in the concert literature. The composer regarded the piano concertos, which he customarily premiered himself, as very personal vehicles for conveying his musical thought and performance style. In this book, the first full-length study of Beethoven's concertos, Leon Plantinga brings to bear his extensive scholarship in music of the Romantic era to establish the circumstances surrounding the composition and first performances of these enduring works. He locates them in their social and musical contexts and discusses the form, style, and affect of each concerto, searching out its eloquent individuality. Finally, Plantinga looks at the vexing questions surrounding the performance of this repertory today.
 

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Introduction
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Form in Beethovens Concertos
9
Bonn The Court the Composer the Concerto
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The Virtuoso in Vienna
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Toward the LINGUA FRANCA Piano Concerto No 2 in B Op 19 67
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On the Origins of Piano Concerto No 3 1 13
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Piano Concerto No 3 in C Minor Op 37 13 6
8
Triple Concerto in C Op 56 1 5 9
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The Bonn Concertos and Their Sources 3 o 5
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Piano Concerto No 4 in G Op 58 18 5
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The Violin Concerto in D Op 61 2 1 7
7
The Emperor Piano Concerto No 5 in E Op 73 25 1
2
On Performing Beethovens Concertos 27 9
9
A Summary 3 0 7
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