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Beethoven Program Notes, Jan 1, 1941 - Oct 23, 1988

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561-01-095
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  • Artistic/Music Administration
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  • Program Annotator
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  • 0.8
Abstract
Suggested readings on Beethoven by Edward Downes for The Juilliard School; Articles on Beethoven, including Tempo and Character in Beethoven's Music, Part I, by Rudolf Kolisch; "On Performing Beethoven's Third and Fifth Symphonies", originally published in Music Review (1941) by Robert Sondheimer; The Trill in Beethoven's Later Music by John Harley, The Musical Times, Feb 1954, noted as "useless for performance-practice" by Edward Downes; Review by Irving Kolodin of "The Unconscious Beethoven" by Ernest Newman; Announcement of "Edition Encyclopedique des neuf symphonies de Beethoven" by Igor Markevitch; "Beethoven's Fingerings as Interpretive Clues" by William S. Newman; Notes by Richard E. Rodda for the American premiere by the American Symphony Orchestra under Jose Serebrier of First Movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 10, as realized and completed by Barry Cooper
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  • Leon Levy Foundation
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