Beethoven: Piano Sonata 32 in C minor, op. 111 on Fortepiano | EdwardianPiano

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“Beethoven: Piano Sonata 32 in C minor, op. 111 on Fortepiano

Played excellently by Penelope Crawford. This awesome piano sonata sounds far more powerful on the superior tones of the fortepiano.”

The pianist John Lill has described this piano sonata thus:

“Beethoven’s last piano sonata has only two movements (i. Maestoso, ii. Arietta) rather than the more typical three.”

Source: Beethoven: Piano Sonata 32 in C minor, op. 111 on Fortepiano | EdwardianPiano

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