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  1. Variations (7) on Winter's "Kind willst du," for piano in F major, WoO 75
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Three Sonatas for piano F minor, A, C major op. Sonata for piano E-flat major op. Three Sonatas for piano C minor, F, D major op. Sonata for piano C minor op. Two Sonatas for piano E, G major op.

Sonata for piano B-flat major op. Sonata for piano A-flat major op.

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Variations (7) on Winter's "Kind willst du," for piano in F major, WoO 75

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Additional terms may apply to data associated with third party namespaces. However, with respect to his variations on the first theme, Hr. One should particularly pay attention to Var. I can look at and listen to such transitions in any way I want, they remain dull and are and remain so all the more, the more pretentious and announced they are supposed to be. In any event--what I wanted to tell the author of the above pieces not alone and not as the first thing--these days, such a large number of variations are produced, and, unfortunately, also printed, without their authors' knowing what good variations are actually all about.

May I give them some advice, as well as it can be given here, briefly? Well, he who has intellect and skill at writing something musical that is good, at all--for, without those traits, one merely remains a sounding piece of metal or a sounding bell--he should learn from Jos. H a y d n how to choose his theme. The themes of this master are, first and foremost, a simple and easy to grasp, b beautifully rhythmical, c not common, and suitable for further melodic and harmonic elaboration. If one wants to a have instruction on how such a well-chosen theme should be varied as far as instruction on something like this can even be given: One should not consider this treatise a common review: With respect to the way he was treated by Leipzig music critics, on January 18, , Beethoven wrote to Hoffmeister: Let us listen to the following midi sample and let us form our own opinions after that: In this section, we already encountered Salieri as co-signatory of the letter to Beethoven by Wranitzky, from the year With respect to the original work, to the duet 'La stessa, la stessissima" of which Beethoven composed his B-flat variations, Barry Cooper reports: Lewis Lockwood confirms that this happened in the year However, from his report we also learn more with respect to the sketchbooks which Beethoven used at that time: Grasnick 1 remained his primary sketchbook until about February , a period of about six or seven months, allowing us to estimate the larger rhythm of his work on Opus 18 No.

More extensive are some further sketches for all movements of the B-flat Piano Concerto and a few more entries for songs and minor works, including the Piano Variations WoO 73 on on Salieri's "La stessa la stessissima" from the opera Falstaff. Beethoven probably worked on it in that part of the book fols. Perhaps, Cooper continues, this publisher might even have commissioned them from Beethoven.


Cooper also leaves room for the possibility that Beethoven's personal contact with Salieri [our comment: We can offer you this review in our translation from the original text: X Variations pour le Clavecin sur le Duo: With these, one can not be satisfied, at all. How stiff they are and how contrived and what unpleasant passages are in them, in which hard tirades in continuing half-tones against the bass create an ugly relationship and vice versa.

No, it is true, Mr.

With respect to their musical character, Maynard Solomon writes: Can we trace something of this organic structure by listening to the following midi sample? In Beethoven literature available to us, with respect to the original work of Beethoven's Variations in F Major, WoO 75, we could not find a specific reference to the year in which this opera Das unterbrochene Opferfest premiered in Vienna.

Those of you who would like to find out more about this German composer, can do so via this link: Peter von Winter at www. Barry Cooper provides us with information on the time in which Beethoven composed his variations to the quartet "Kind, willst du ruhig schlafen? Hans Schmidt wonders if musical events of the day, such as the staging of the opera "Das unterbrochene Opferfest" by Peter von Winter caused Beethoven to write his variations on the quartet "Kind, willst du ruhig schlafen" or whether Beethoven's possible liking of the beauty of the theme caused him to do so.

He describes Winter's thematic material as not too promising so that one can again marvel at what Beethoven made out of it. In any event, let us listen to the following midi sample so that we can form our own opinions: According to Thayer-Forbes, they were also printed by Eder. It should not take long until they would be reviewed by the AMZ in Leipzig: