Wednesday, September 7, 2011

beethoven, piano sonata no. 32, op. 111

This is a side of Beethoven we don't usually get to see in all the renditions of the symphonies and "Moonlight Sonatas"! The final sonata in Beethoven's opus is a delightful surprise, and here is the second (and last) movement of it. Serkin's gentle but I think it's a good interpretation. Enjoy!

First part:

And the second part:

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