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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Duets (Complete) (A. and S. Hamann)

Composer(s):Beethoven, Ludwig van
Artist(s)
Period(s) Classical (1750-1830)
Genre Classical Music
Category Instrumental
Catalogue GP619-20
Label Grand Piano
Quality   320kbps
 
 
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Beethoven’s compositions for piano duet embrace works written for students as well as those designed for aristocratic acquaintances and friends. This release presents two recordings of the complete works: the first (CD 1) on a modern Yamaha piano, and the second (CD 2) on chronologically accurate reproductions of the fortepianos Beethoven was composing on at the time. The modern piano was recorded in a concert hall, whereas the period instrument recording was made in a much more intimate space, showcasing the salon performance settings of the past.


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Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


Review By Brian Reinhart,MusicWeb International,May 2013

Now here’s a fascinating experiment! If you want to show somebody that the period/modern instrument choice really matters, this album is indisputable proof. The fact that Amy and Sara Hamann were willing to “play to” the instruments is a great help. And they aren’t carrying it out as a mere shtick…

more....


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