130 quartet. Beethoven also uses trills extensively, simultaneously creating a sense of disintegration of the motifs, leading to a climax. 2 entstand in den Jahren 1796 bis 1798 und ist der Gräfin Anna Margarete von Browne gewidmet. 2 10 [29] It opens with a statement of the third subject, against a pedal tone in the viola, and continues with the third subject in the second violin, against the main subject cantus firmus in the viola. Beethoven was about 30 years old when he wrote the sonata. It was auctioned by Sotheby's on 1 December 2005, and bought for GBP 1.12 million (US$1.95 million) by a then-unknown purchaser, who has since revealed himself to be Bruce Kovner, a publicity-shy multi-billionaire who donated the manuscript – along with 139 other original and rare pieces of music – to the Juilliard School of Music in February 2006. Performers approaching the Grosse Fuge face a host of technical and musical challenges. *#182312 - 0.58MB, 9 pp. 6 [14], Why the notoriously stubborn Beethoven apparently agreed so readily to replace the fugue is an enigma in the history of this quintessentially enigmatic piece. 14 (cis-Moll) op. No. Adagio ma non troppo A snippet of the meno mosso. 2 Die anderen beiden sind das Klaviertrio op. -  1, "Quasi una fantasia", is a sonata composed by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1800 –1801. Adagio assai (C minor) Scherzo. Beethoven originally wrote the fugue as the final movement of his String Quartet No. Alla danza tedesca. Musical examples are from the recording of the Fugue by the Merel quartet (Mary Ellen Woodside and Julia Schröder, Violins, 6 Karl Holz, Beethoven's secretary, confidant and second violinist of the Schuppanzigh Quartet that performed the work, brought Beethoven the news that the audience had demanded encores of two middle movements. On top of this, Beethoven adds a lilting, slightly comic melody; analysts who see the fugue as a multi-movement work consider this section the equivalent of a scherzo.[31]. Cavatina. (-) - V/V/V - 16×⇩ - Dmitterd, PDF scanned by Dmitterd Beethoven, L. v., Grasnick 10, http://imslp.org/index.php?title=String_Quartet_No.13,_Op.130_(Beethoven,_Ludwig_van)&oldid=3268234, Works first published in the 19th century, Pages with commercial recordings (Naxos collection), Pages with commercial recordings (BnF collection), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License, Uses the Große Fuge, Op.133 (the work's original, 1825 finale) as finale. The fugue is 741 measures long; the total number of measures in the other movements is 643. On the other hand, the fugue stands alone well. The most striking change in the piano duet version occurs at the start. gathered into a sudden bronze sweetness, *#12317 - 0.16MB, 3 pp. 10 The poet Mark Doty wrote of his feelings on listening to the Grosse Fuge:[48]. That alone should have been repeated! 6 (See Wikipedia link for explanation. [49] One hundred years after its publication, it still had not entered the standard quartet repertoire. "[37] Since its composition, musicians, critics and listeners have tried to explain the tremendous impact this piece has. 0.0/10 0.0/10 Der glorreiche Augenblick, Op.136 by Beethoven, Ludwig van. It has since become available in Juilliard's online manuscript collection. 6 [52] Since then, the fugue has steadily gained greatness in the eyes of musicians and performers. This leads to a statement of the third fugal subject, with the first subject in the bass: Thus, Beethoven, in this brief introduction, presents not only the material that will make up the entire piece but also the spirit: violent shifts of mood, melodies disintegrating into chaos, dramatic silences, instability, and struggle. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 1519×⇩ - Resnek, 4. 10 Analyses of the Grosse Fuge help to understand the structure and contrapuntal devices of this mammoth piece. … It is not known how the Beethoven manuscript came to be in the possession of the library. 2 0.0/10 8 Then the second violin and cello take up the same thing. 10 -  0.0/10 130, written in 1825; but his publisher was concerned about the dismal commercial prospects of the piece and wanted Beethoven to replace the fugue with a new finale. ILB 285 Key B-flat major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 3 movements: Allegro con brio (B ♭ major) Adagio (E ♭ major) Tema: Pria ch'io l'impegno. 1 by Beethoven, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Grosse_Fuge&oldid=1000093370, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox musical composition with deprecated parameters, Articles with incomplete citations from September 2018, Articles with International Music Score Library Project links, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, First published edition of the fugue by Matthias Artaria, 1825, available at, This page was last edited on 13 January 2021, at 15:04. Presto • 3. 6 134. 2 6 133, is a single-movement composition for string quartet by Ludwig van Beethoven. 10 The central motif of the fugue is an eight-note subject that climbs chromatically upward: A similar motif appears in Act II, measures 44–47, of the "Dance of the Blessed Spirits" from Gluck's opera Orfeo ed Euridice (1774), and also in Haydn's String Quartet in G, Op. Beethoven wasn’t interested in convenience.”[73]. The horrific complications. Music analysts and critics have described the Grosse Fuge as "inaccessible",[3] "eccentric",[4] "filled with paradoxes",[5] and "Armageddon". 4 2.1.1 Complete; 2.1.2 Andante con moto (No.1) 3 General Information; Performances. 8 Abiding faith in the relevance of visionary struggle in our lives powerfully informs the structure and character of the music," writes Mark Steinberg, violinist of the Brentano String Quartet. 10 2.1 Scores. 8 6 However, the fugue was so roundly condemned by critics and audience alike that Beethoven's publisher, Matthias Artaria (1793–1835), decided to try to convince Beethoven to publish it separately. *#51355 - 6.07MB, 68 pp. 4 4 The fugue opens with a 24-bar overture,[26] which starts with a dramatic fortissimo unison G, and statement of the main fugal subject in the key of G major:[27]. 133, and a four-hand piano arrangement of the fugue as Op. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 1824×⇩ - Resnek, 3. 10 *#170613 - 1.38MB, 7 pp. Together, they sound like this: Here Beethoven starts to use trills intensely. 10 “Halm enclosed a note saying that for the sake of convenience he had to break up some of the lines among the hands. 16 (F-Dur) op. 1 Performances. 8 -  (-) - V/V/V - 554×⇩ - WilliamBunting, PDF scanned by WilliamBunting In stark contrast to this simple chromatic motif is the second subject of the fugue, which leaps dramatically in huge intervals – tenths and twelfths: The third motif is a lilting melody that serves as the theme of the andante section of the fugue: A fourth element – not so much a motif as an effect – is the trill. 13, Op. Finale. [60] Played with the new finale, the preceding movement, the "Cavatina", a heartfelt and intense aria, is the emotional center of the piece. 8 The fortissimo descends immediately to piano, for a short interlude before the second fugue. The Alban Berg Quartett plays the notes almost as a single note, but with an emphasis on the first eighth note to create a subtle differentiation. *#29075 - 0.42MB, 25 pp. Instead, he re-imagined a masterpiece in another medium, different from the original, but equally valid because equally characteristic of its creator. (-) - V*/V*/V* - 2372×⇩ - Mcroskell, PDF scanned by Unknown Datei:Beethoven, Ludwig van — Violin Concerto in D major, Op. Finale. This section ("less forceful and at a moderate pace") is a complete change of character from the formal fugue that preceded it and the one that follows it. *#28161 - 0.25MB, 4 pp. 10 -  Carolus (2008/12/25), Complete Score 6 There have also been numerous orchestral arrangements of the fugue, including by conductors Wilhelm Furtwängler and Felix Weingartner. Bitloch. [10] The fugue is dedicated to the Archduke Rudolf of Austria, his student and patron. This analysis is based on the analysis by. 10 -  *#396237 - 34.75MB, 21 pp. (-) - V/V/V - 323×⇩ - Tito Manlio, PDF scanned by D-B The music grows in intensity and shifts into A♭ major, for a new learned fugue. (-) - V/V/V - 1478×⇩ - Peter, Content is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License 8 Beethoven shifts gears: from G♭ to B♭, from 24 to 68, from pianissimo to fortissimo. 131 (Juli 1826) und Nr. 2 4 0.0/10 0.0/10 [56] Composer Alfred Schnittke quotes the subject in his third string quartet (1983). Allegro assai • 5. Beethoven widmete die Sonate später seiner damals 20-jährigen Klavierschülerin Gräfin Julie Guicciardi (17821856),[3] in die er zuvor für kurze Zeit verliebt gewesen war. -  Artaria asked Beethoven to prepare the piano arrangement, but Beethoven was not interested, so Artaria instead engaged Anton Halm to arrange it. 6 There is nothing comic about the Grosse Fuge ...."[44], In many discussions of the piece, the issue of struggle is central. Alla danza tedesca. 10 4 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2443×⇩ - jgjgjg, Cello "The Great Fugue ... now seems to me the most perfect miracle in music," said Igor Stravinsky. The usual practice in a traditional fugue is to make a simple, unadorned statement of the subject at the outset, but Beethoven from the very beginning presents the subject in a host of variations. 2 10 0.0/10 All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. 8 "The B♭ Fuga of op.133 stumbles forward in what is probably the most relentless and humorous assertion of modal rhythms since 12th century Notre Dame organum. History of the composition. • Switch back to classic skin, String Quartet No. 8 1859-12-02 in Hamburg, Wörmerscher Saal Hamburger Frauenchor (plus male chorus), Johannes Brahms (conductor) First Pub lication. 10 It was composed when Beethoven was almost completely deaf, and is considered to be part of his set of late quartets. Among the technical difficulties of the piece are difficult passagework, complex cross-rhythms that require exact synchronization, and problems of intonation, where the harmonies pass from dissonance to resolution.[57]. I love it beyond everything." 1,2 in G-Dur und das Klaviertrio op. (-) - V/V/V - 680×⇩ - WilliamBunting, PDF scanned by WilliamBunting 2 Allegro 130 String Quartet, Mathias Artaria, told Beethoven there were "many requests" for a piano four-hand arrangement of the Grosse Fuge. (-) - V/V/V - 83×⇩ - Tito Manlio, 6. (-) - V/V/V - 620×⇩ - Pelleas, PDF scanned by piano.ru Beethoven, enraged, was reported to have growled, "And why didn't they encore the Fugue? [70] Performers have interpreted it in various ways. 6 "[77], According to pianist Peter Hill, Beethoven transferred the Fugue from string quartet to piano "with obvious care. Deafness is something else. 0.0/10 *#13985 - 3.22MB, 36 pp. *#22856 - 3.31MB, 70 pp. 2 Rather than writing this as a series of quarter notes, he writes two tied eighth notes.[65]. First, Beethoven restates the main subject, broken up by rests between each note: Then begins a double fugue, two subjects, played one against the other. Analysts who see the fugue as a variation of sonata-allegro form consider this to be part of the recapitulation section. [25] Its subject is shown below: Whatever the origin of the motif, Beethoven was fascinated by it. The second variation, back in the key of B♭, is a stretto section, meaning that the fugal voices enter one right after the other. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. 6 [11] Composer and violinist Louis Spohr called it, and the other late quartets, "an indecipherable, uncorrected horror". Musicologists have tried to explain what Beethoven meant by this: David Levy has written an entire article on the notation,[69] and Stephen Husarik looked to the history of Baroque ornamentation for an explanation. 8 0.0/10 In early 1826, the publisher of the Op. Eighth notes are played as distinctly separate. 8 in c-Moll op. I communicated to him that Artaria was disposed to pay him a supplementary honorarium for the new finale. 0.0/10 "In my student days I wrote dozens of [fugues] ... but [imagination] also wishes to exert its privileges ... and a new and really poetic element must be introduced into the traditional form," Beethoven wrote. Op.55 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. ILB 259 Key B-flat major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 movements: Adagio … (2014, p.901) Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph. ILB 274 Key E-flat major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 4 movements: Allegro con brio (E ♭ major) Marcia funebre. *#01757 - 1.03MB, 17 pp. 3 String Quartets, Op.59 ("Rasumovsky") String Quartet No.7 in F major; String Quartet No.8 in E minor; String Quartet No.9 in C major; Late Quartets. Beethoven adds to the chaos with a triplet figure in the first violin, played against the quaternary rhythm of the second subject in the second violin and the syncopated main subject in the viola. 6 [39], But beyond a recognition of the hugeness and almost mystical impact of the music, critics fail to agree on its character. 133", "Elias String Quartet, Beethoven Op 130 & 133: an insight by Sara Bitloch", "The Proms: What will they make of Beethoven? 2 Oktaven Intermezzi, Op.13 (Maykapar, Samuil) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 2 intermezzi Genre Categories: Intermezzos; For piano; Scores featuring the piano; For 1 player (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2193×⇩ - jgjgjg, Complete Score 4 134. Following the overture is a strictly formal double fugue in the key of B♭ major that follows all the rules of a Baroque fugue: an exposition and three variations, showcasing different contrapuntal devices. Fantaisie pour piano opus 77; Fantasía para piano (Beethoven); 幻想曲; Klavierfantasie: Name Aliases Fantasia para piano (Beethoven) Authorities BNF: 148210284: Composer Beethoven, Ludwig van: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. 0.0/10 0.0/10 [71] This was well before any known discussion of publishing the fugue independently of the quartet; considering the negative reaction to the fugue, Solomon speculates this was likely Artaria's initial ploy to persuade Beethoven to separate the piece from the Op. A reviewer writing for the Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung in 1826 described the fugue as "incomprehensible, like Chinese" and "a confusion of Babel". 8 Die Klaviertrios op. 10 The counterpoint becomes more complex, with the cello and first violin playing the main subject in canon while the second violin and viola pass the third subject between them. He could hear Beethoven: Such a dark funnel, my father! 0.0/10 0.0/10 4 6 Bagatelles, Op.126 (Beethoven, Ludwig van) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 pieces Composition Year 1824 Genre Categories: Bagatelles; For piano; Scores featuring the piano; For 1 player: Contents. The opening is shown below: In the course of the Grosse Fuge, Beethoven plays this motif in every possible variation: fortissimo and pianissimo, in different rhythms, upside down and backwards. Ludwig van Beethovens Sonate Nr. [58] One of these is whether the fugue should be played as the finale of Opus 130, as originally written, or as a separate piece. IJB 8 Key C minor Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: Tempo di Marcia funebre (106 bars) Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. 6 -  6 F-Dur op. 1,3 in c-Moll. Op.13 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. 13 B-Dur op. 4 Husarik, Speck. Sara Bitloch, violinist of the Elias String Quartet, says this sense of struggle informs her group's interpretation of the fugue. 1860 or 1861 - Winterthur: J. 2 6 0.0/10 Ratner attributes this quote to J. W. N. Sullivan's book. 6 This interlude is based on the main subject in diminution, meaning in double time. Beethoven hatte soviel Eifer für die Komposition von Streichquartetten entwickelt, dass er nach Vollendung der drei Golizyn-Quartette noch zwei weitere komponierte, nämlich die Streichquartette Nr. Composition and publication. A silence, and then a fragmentary burst of the opening of the first fugue. *#147811 - 0.04MB, 1 pp. [40] Robert S. Kahn says "it presents a titanic struggle overcome. ", After deciding on the overall approach to the music, there are numerous local decisions to be made about how to play particular passages. [64] One issue concerns the peculiar notation that Beethoven uses in the syncopated presentation of the main subject – first in the overtura but later throughout the piece. After the first performance as the original finale to the op. "Beethoven had tampered in an interesting way with the first bars of the Fugue's introductory section. Allegro *#90444 - 4.94MB, 51 pp. 2 Presto [2] In vielen Beethoven-Büc… 4 Many musicians and critics in Vienna's music periodicals denounced the fugue. Op.11 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. 0.0/10 8 denied, turned acid, disassembling, 4 -  When Beethoven was shown Halm's work, he was not satisfied and immediately made his own note-for-note arrangement of the fugue. 0.0/10 [76] The manuscript's known provenance is that it was listed in an 1890 catalogue and sold at an auction in Berlin to a Cincinnati, Ohio, industrialist, whose daughter gave it and other manuscripts including a Mozart Fantasia to a church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1952. -  (-) - V/V/V - 335×⇩ - Schissel, PDF scanned by US-Wc 1,1 Es-Dur ist das erste von drei Klaviertrios, die Ludwig van Beethoven im Jahre 1795 unter der Opus-Nummer 1 publizierte. (-) - V/V/V - 74×⇩ - Tito Manlio, Violin 1 2 4 Allegro vivace - Trio (E ♭ major) Finale. -  (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2106×⇩ - Resnek, 5. This quartet quotes the main subject of the Grosse Fuge. -  8 [6] "[It] stands out as the most problematic single work in Beethoven's output and ... doubtless in the entire literature of music," writes critic and musicologist Joseph Kerman of the fugue. Some analysts and musicians see the fugue as an early assault on the diatonic tonal system that prevailed in Classical music. -  Winter and Martin (1994), p. 238. [51], By the 1920s, some string quartets were including the fugue in their programs. [20] Stephen Husarik has suggested that the relationships between the keys of the different sections of the fugue mirror what he describes as the wedge-like structure of the eight-note motif that is the main fugal subject, the "contour [that] is a driving force behind the Grosse Fuge". [1] However, critical opinion of the work has risen steadily since the early 20th century and it is now considered among Beethoven's greatest achievements. (-) - V/V/V - 1959×⇩ - Aldona Jones, Cello 3 String Quartets, Op.59 ("Rasumovsky") String Quartet No.7 in F major; String Quartet No.8 in E minor; String Quartet No.9 in C major; Late Quartets. *#311978 - 0.04MB, 2 pp. "[43] Kahn disagrees: "... the comparison to comic music is surprising. 8 Swafford. 6 10 For the piece by J. S. Bach, see, composition for string quartet by Ludwig van Beethoven, First published recording, performed by the. (-) - V/V/V - 1958×⇩ - Aldona Jones, Violin 1 The manuscript shows that he squeezed in two extra tremolando bars, expanding the moment in time. *#243526 - 42.93MB - 46:53 -  (-) - !N/!N/!N - 6080×⇩ - jgjgjg, 1. Notes scan: score scanned at 600dpi filter: score filtered with 2-point algorithm explained in High Quality Scanning.I provide the original scanned version and the filtered, because the filter does some changes (smoothening, sharpening borders) and some portions of the scan get lost sometimes (when they are too small e.g.) (-) - !N/!N/!N - 3689×⇩ - jgjgjg, Violin 2 -  questioned, rephrased? 0.0/10 Beethoven verzichtet in dieser Sonate auf einen langsamen Satz, auch sonst zeichnet sich das Werk durch lapidare Kürze aus. Finale. WilliamBunting (2011/11/1), Violin Part 4 135 (Oktober 1826), wobei letzteres zugleich Beethovens letzte abgeschlossene Komposition wurde, da er wenige Monate nach der Vollendung starb. [7] Moreover, according to violinist and composer David Matthews, "it is fiendishly difficult to play."[8]. Ludwig van Beethovens Klaviersonate Nr. Op.130 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. In this section, Beethoven uses another complex contrapuntal device: the second violin plays the theme, the first violin plays the main subject in a high register, and the viola plays the main subject in inversion – that is, upside down.[33]. *#01753 - 0.15MB, 4 pp. Cavatina. [17], Dozens of analyses have attempted to delve into the structure of the Grosse Fuge, with conflicting results. Beethoven, L. v., Artaria 208, Mus.ms.autogr. For the differing opinions on this, see Solomon (1977), p. 449, Marliave (1928), p. 257, Winter and Martin (1994), p. 239. -  13 in B♭ major, Op. 0.0/10 *#29073 - 0.47MB, 26 pp. 10 *#01756 - 0.18MB, 3 pp. 6 130 quartet in 1826, the fugue is not known to have been publicly performed again until 1853 in Paris by the Maurin Quartet. An immense double fugue, it was universally condemned by contemporary music critics. 4 A second issue facing performers is whether to choose a "learned" interpretation – one that clarifies the complex contrapuntal structure of the piece – or one that focuses primarily on the dramatic impulses of the music. 4 See, for example, Kinderman (1995) or Kirkendale (1963), See Kinderman (1995) or Kirkendale (1963), Most analysts consider this unison the beginning of the coda, though Beethoven himself, in the autograph copy, writes "Coda" at bar 493 (key change to B. 8 Allegretto - Var. 13 in B-flat Major, Op. Despite the growing complexity of the fugal writing, Beethoven instructs the players sempre piano – always quiet. 8 -  10 Mcroskell (2007/8/22), Complete Score [12], Despite the contemporary criticism, Beethoven himself never doubted the value of the fugue. 2 *#182309 - 0.83MB, 7 pp. [59] Playing the fugue as the final movement of Opus 130, rather than the light, Haydnesque replacement movement, completely changes the character of the quartet, analysts Robert Winter and Robert Martin note. 1858-59 First Perf ormance. Adagio molto espressivo No. (-) - V/V/V - 15106×⇩ - Peter, PDF scanned by Gutenberg 4 2 The quartet version begins with loud unison G's, spread over three octaves and one and a half bars. [23] Another similar subject, with syncopated or gapped rhythm (called Unterbrechung in German), appears in a treatise on counterpoint by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger,[24] who taught Beethoven composition. Streichquartett Nr. Beethoven then repeats the subject, but in a completely different rhythm, in diminution (meaning at double the tempo), twice, climbing up the scale; and then, again silence, and again the subject, this time unadorned, in a dramatic drop to pianissimo in the key of F major. 4 0.0/10 2 Complete Performance Played with the fugue as the finale, the Cavatina is a prelude to the massive and compelling fugue. 2950 by 4250 usable pixels. Editing: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. No. Sie ist dem Fürsten Karl von Lichnowsky gewidmet, den Beethoven als einen der treuesten Freunde und Beförderer seiner Kunst[1] sehr schätzte, und entstand im Jahr 1798 und wurde 1799 veröffentlicht, womit Beethoven zur Zeit des Komponierens 27 Jahre alt war. *#29074 - 0.46MB, 26 pp. Freie Notenblätter aus der Cantorion Datenbank betreffend: 'imslp.org' Misc. 8 0.0/10 Offen… 10 2 For further discussion of this see Solomon (1978) p. 448. Adagio molto espressivo • 6. 8 6 The second subject in the first violin, and the first subject, syncopated, in the viola. [9] The resulting movement was a mammoth work, longer than the five other movements of the quartet together. The resulting angular rhythmic confusion and displaced dissonances last almost five minutes. [15] The fugue is connected to the other movements of Opus 130 by various hints of motifs, and by a tonal link to the preceding Cavatina movement (the Cavatina ends on a G, and the fugue begins with the same G[16]). 4 Husarik contends that the slur suggests a dissonant Baroque vocal figure known as "trilletto" which is removed and redistributed to another voice part at the end of Grosse Fuge in order to resolve long term dissonance. Revisiting the Fugue in this way may well have caused Beethoven to rethink the possibilities of what he had composed, to conclude that the Fugue could (and perhaps should) stand alone." Aldona Jones (2012/2/28), Violin 2 -  4 [28] Analysts who see the fugue as a multi-movement work rolled into one view this as the traditional Andante movement. Eugene Drucker of the Emerson String Quartet plays this as two distinct eighth notes. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 1930×⇩ - jgjgjg, Viola [35] Fragments of the various subjects appear and disappear, and the music seems to lose energy. The cello plays the main subject in a way that harks back to the overtura. 8 No. 0.0/10 6 132 string quartet. ), 1874 in HMB 1895. according to plate number. 8 -  Cattle! Ylvali Zilliacus, Viola' Rafael Rosenfeld, Cello), live in performance at Tonhalle Zürich, 3/7/2013. This leads back to a restatement of the meno mosso e moderato section. In music... it justifies the ways of God to men, writes... Her group 's interpretation of the piano arrangement of the two works by Beethoven—the being... 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