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Review: Siang Wong – Beethoven Trilogy 3

Review: Siang Wong – Beethoven Trilogy 3

Pianist Siang Wong declares Beethoven “unheard” for his album, but the wonderful musical results can only be heard occasionally.

You don't really want to understand this concept. The title promises the “inaudible” Beethoven, but when you read the booklet it becomes clear that most of it is additions made by foreign pens to the drawings the teacher left behind. This sometimes leads to musically enlightening results: for example in Nicholas Cook's completion of Beethoven's sketches of the first movement of the Sixth Piano Concerto, which is also very attractively played by Si Siang Wong and Camerata Schwyz. But why Wong thought he had to insert the variations on the third movement of the Sonata, Op. 109, which the Swiss composer Jörg Wittenbach had discovered and which he composed in a somewhat questionable manner, into the original work remains a secret: the tense bow created by Beethoven's works loses all its cohesion because Additional parts.

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Beethoven's Trilogy 3 – Inaudible
Beethoven: Piano Sonatas No. 30 in E flat major Op. 109 & D major Unv. 12, Piano Concerto No. 1 in D major, op. 15 (excerpts) and others, Beethoven/Wittenbach: album sheet based on Piano Sonata No. 30

See Siang Wong (piano), Camerata Switzerland, Howard Griffiths (conductor)
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