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Wiener Konzerthaus

Chopin, Bach, Beethoven

Lucas Debargue
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Lucas Debargue offers his listeners a highly varied program in the Mozart Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus. He jumps through time from Chopin to Bach and to the late Beethoven. Beethoven's 32nd Piano Sonata Op. 111, his final work in the genre, consists of only two movements: an opening movement in sonata form, with a majestic introduction, and a variation movement. By contrast, Bach's Toccata in C minor dates back to his student years - it is the second of seven Toccatas he wrote between the ages of 22 and 28. Before the interval, a mix of different works by Chopin, including the swaying Barcarolle. Following a short thunderclap, the single, gently rocking melodic line repeatedly looms up.  

 

© Lucas Debargue appears with the generous permission of Sony Classical.

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Chopin: Barcarolle

Chopin: Nocturne No. 13 C minor op. 48,1

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 32 C minor op. 111

Program
Frédéric Chopin

Polonaise A flat major op. 53 (1842)

Barcarolle F sharp major op. 60 (1845-1846)

Scherzo Nr. 2 b flat minor op. 31 (1837)

Nocturne C minor op. 48/1 (1841)

Scherzo No. 1 B minor op. 20 (1831-1832)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Toccata C minor BWV 911 (ca. 1717)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonate C minor op. 111 (1821-1822)

External links

Chopin: Barcarolle

Chopin: Nocturne No. 13 C minor op. 48,1

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 32 C minor op. 111

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