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From the mid-1810s until the end of his life, Beethoven constantly tested to the limit the forms he had inherited from Haydn and Mozart. His last two cello sonatas bear witness to this structural preoccupation, which opened up so many new spaces, as did the final sets of Bagatelles, which are as disconcerting as they are innovative. Two genres shrewdly linked by Andreas Staier and Roel Dieltiens in these interpretations, in which eloquence merges with historically informed performance practice.
From the mid-1810s until the end of his life, Beethoven constantly tested to the limit the forms he had inherited from Haydn and Mozart. His last two cello sonatas bear witness to this structural preoccupation, which opened up so many new spaces, as did the final sets of Bagatelles, which are as disconcerting as they are innovative. Two genres shrewdly linked by Andreas Staier and Roel Dieltiens in these interpretations, in which eloquence merges with historically informed performance practice.
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Beethoven: Cello Sonatas Op.102
Artist: Roel Dieltiens / Staier,Andreas
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1. Cello Sonata No. 4 in C Major, Op. 102 No. 1: I. Andante - Allegro Vivace
2. Cello Sonata No. 4 in C Major, Op. 102 No. 1: II. Adagio - Tempo D'andante - Allegro Vivace
3. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 1, Allegretto (G minor)
4. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 2, Andante Con Moto (C Major)
5. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 3, A L'allemande (D Major
6. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 4, Andante Cantabile (A Major)
7. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 5, Risoluto (C minor)
8. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 6, Andante - Allegretto (G Major)
9. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 7, Allegro, Ma Non Troppo (C Major)
10. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 8, Moderato Cantabile (C Major)
11. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 9, Vivace Moderato (A Minor)
12. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 10, Allegramente (A Major)
13. 11 Bagatelles, Op. 119: No. 11, Andante Ma Non Troppo (B-Flat Major)
14. Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major, Op. 102 No. 2: I. Allegro Con Brio
15. Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major, Op. 102 No. 2: II. Adagio Con Molto Sentimento D'affetto
16. Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major, Op. 102 No. 2: III. Allegro - Allegro Fugato
17. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 1, Andante Con Moto, Cantabile E Compiacevole (G Major)
18. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 2, Allegro (G minor)
19. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 3, Andante, Cantabile E Grazioso (E-Flat Major)
20. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 4, Presto (B minor)
21. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 5, Quasi Allegretto (G Major)
22. 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 6, Presto - Andante Amabile E Con Moto (E-Flat Major)

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From the mid-1810s until the end of his life, Beethoven constantly tested to the limit the forms he had inherited from Haydn and Mozart. His last two cello sonatas bear witness to this structural preoccupation, which opened up so many new spaces, as did the final sets of Bagatelles, which are as disconcerting as they are innovative. Two genres shrewdly linked by Andreas Staier and Roel Dieltiens in these interpretations, in which eloquence merges with historically informed performance practice.
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