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jeffreyjones - Beethoven Sonata in B-flat major, "Hammerklavier" Mvt 1 106: Message Board

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Carey 2010-12-18 19:10:45 I listened, with the score in hand, to 4 of the 5 movements (the 4th seems to be blank). This was, in fact, my first real introduction to the HammerKlavier. What a monumental work - and what an excellent performance of the first 3 movements in particular. You pay attention to every detail indicated in the score, and you have a strong sense of the overall sound and sublime effects that Beethoven was trying to achieve here. There's a quantum leap stylistically from the Opus 2 to Opus 106 - and you clearly understand the language of the late sonatas. Bravo !! Your performance of the 3rd movement is especially noteworthy.