Breakthroughs into the extreme
Although the interpretative analysis of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas undoubtedly represents an absolute highlight in the
life of any pianist, these exceptional compositions nevertheless require a superb technique, a highly personal commitment
and an in-depth emotional analysis. On the one hand, to quote Hans von Bülow’s famous statement, the 32 Sonatas represent the “pianist’s New Testament” – which definitely complies with the emphatic, canonical impetus of the compositions. On the other hand, however, they can be regarded as an oeuvre in progress, i.e. with regard to their extremely individual and personal shaping of the basic model of the sonata.
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