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CD88292 Beethoven transcriptions for piano quartet

CD88292 Beethoven transcriptions for piano quartet
CD88292 Beethoven transcriptions for piano quartet
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CD88292 Beethoven transcriptions for piano quartet

Here's an interesting programme - A transcription by Ferdinand Ries for piano quartet of Beethoven's Third Symphony, and Beethoven's own 1796 arrangement of his Quintet for Piano, Oboe, Clarinette, Horn & Bassoon in E flat major, op 16, also for piano quartet.

The concert, which was part of the Beethovenfest Bonn 2010, and entitled `Beethoven bearbeitet', took place on 3 October 2010, and was broadcast by Deutschlandfunk, Sunday March 20, 2011.

The Quartet played an encore: Mel Bonis - Final. Allegro ma non troppo from Piano Quartet no 1, op 69.

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