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Paulus Zentrum Berlin

Beethoven 250 - Sonata for Piano and Violin - n1 Berlin

Im ersten Konzert dieser langen Konzertreihe, mit ihrem Höhepunkt am 16./17. December 2020, werden die ersten drei Violinsonaten von Ludwig van Beethoven und Edward Grieg bekannteste Violinsonata entrachten.

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Beethoven 250 - Sonata for Piano and Violin - n1 Berlin

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14 Sept 2019, 16:00 – 20:00

Paulus Zentrum Berlin, Hindenburgdamm 101a, 12203 Berlin, Germany

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Im ersten Konzert dieser langen Konzertreihe, mit ihrem Höhepunkt am 16./17. December 2020,

werden die ersten drei Violin sonata von Ludwig van Beethoven und Edward Grieg bekannteste Violin sonata entrachten.

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Due to the similarities between Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert, Edward Grieg and Ludwig van Beethoven ist es nur naheliegend, these drei zum 250-jährigen Jubiläum des großen Bonner Meisters einzuladen.

Beethoven und Brahms zog es beide aus ihrer deutschen Heimat nach Wien, wo sie lebten und von der Stadt stark beinflucht wurden.

Franz Schubert, selber Österreicher, was always ein Bewunderer von Beethoven's artistic skills and strongly interested in his work. Is wrong as Beethoven's Zeitgenosse, obwohl er 27 Jahre nach ihm geboren wurde und schon im Alter von 31 Jahren, ein Jahr nach Beethovens Tod, verstarb.

Brahms is often referred to as the German composer who was most stylistically and expressively influenced by Beethoven.

Er hatte ebenso wie Robert und Clara Schumann, sowie Edvard Grieg eine starke Verbindung zu Leipzig.

Grieg received his composition training in Leipzig and es ist bekannt, dass er und Brahms sich zu dieser Zeit mehrmals in Leipzig trafen.

Die interestinges musikalischen Beziehungen zwischen den Komponisten werden aufgezeigt in der Konzertreihe.

Die Konzertreihe enthält einige der besten Werke, welche je für Violine und Klavier geschrieben wurden und das Jubiläum bestärkt uns darin, all diese Werke aufführen. First concert in this long journey towards 16/17 December 2020, contains the first three violin sonatas of Beethoven, as well as Edvard Grieg's most famous violin sonata.

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There are connections that make it natural to invite Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert and Edvard Grieg to the celebration of the great master from Bonn, Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th anniversary.

Both Brahms and Beethoven, despite the fact that they both came from Germany, lived in Vienna, and they were strongly influenced by the city. Franz Schubert who was from Austria and what is today a district of Vienna was very interested in Beethoven and admired his artistry. Franz Schubert was considered Beethoven's contemporary - born 27 years after Beethoven, but died aged only 31 the year after Beethoven had passed away.

Brahms was seen as the composer from Germany who followed in Beethoven's footsteps stylistically and expressively.

Brahms also had a strong relationship with Leipzig, where Robert and Clara Schumann lived their lives. It was also in Leipzig that Edvard Grieg received his training as a composer and it is known that Grieg and Brahms met on more than one occasion.

The concert series will also show musical relationships between the composers, which are interesting.

Anyway - this concert series contains some of the best music written for piano and violin. The anniversary gives us a legitimate pretext to perform all these works.

This concert has the following program:

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonata n 1 in D major for piano and violin op 12

1. Allegro con brio

2. Theme with variations: Andante con moto

3. Rondo: Allegro

Sonata n 2 in A major for piano and violin op 12

1. Allegro vivace

2. Andante, più tosto allegretto

3. Allegro piacevole

Sonata n 3 in E flat major for piano and violin op 12

1. Allegro con spirito

2. Adagio con molto espressione - in C major

3. Rondo: Allegro molto

Break

Edvard Grieg

Sonata n 3 in minor op 45

1. Allegro molto ed appassionato

2. Allegretto espressivo alla romanza

3. Allegro animato

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