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Welcome to Part 2 of Exploring Beethoven's Piano Sonatas! I'm delighted to launch another set of new lectures of this course as Part 2. As before, this class is meant for people of all levels of experience with Beethoven's music (including no experience at all!). Remember that you are able to watch the lectures as many times as you like, at whatever pace is comfortable for you. As I’ve done with the first set of Beethoven lectures, I look forward to meeting with students—online and in person, in various cities. The dates and locations will be posted in the Announcements and Events section, as part of the course content. So please remember to check back there for details. In these four new lectures, we will explore the following sonatas: • Sonata Op. 2, No. 3 • Sonata Op. 13 (“Pathetique”) • Sonata Op. 53 (“Waldstein”) • Sonata Op. 90 The Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation supports Curtis’s lifelong learning initiatives....

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TM
26 avr. 2017

This is an outstanding course due to Mr. Biss' extensive knowledge and passion for the Beethoven sonatas. I can only dream that someday he'll conduct a course on the Beethoven piano concertos too.

GB
2 mai 2020

An excellent course beautifully presented by Jonathan Biss. I learned a lot and found it immensely enjoyable. It gave me an appetite to learn more about Beethoven and the sonata form.

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par Rohit V T

24 févr. 2017

Thank you for the lessons, immensely grateful for the classes.

par DARWIN A L F

7 sept. 2020

Genial , el instructor muy bien enseñando

par Richard G

1 déc. 2019

Excellent material and instructor.

par Andre G

5 avr. 2017

Very enlightening and inspiring!

par Elio S L

30 août 2020

Great learning experience!

par MAURICIO W

18 août 2017

Excelent, how about Mozart

par Jiayi J

2 déc. 2019

Strongly recommend!

par Graeme H

10 avr. 2018

Excellent as ever.

par Christian A V S

25 avr. 2020

Buen curso

par joanna k

20 sept. 2017

wonderful

par Meijian L

26 sept. 2020

Superb

par rustam m

25 sept. 2020

mujiik

par Tean-Hwa P

25 avr. 2017

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par Suhita .

6 juin 2020

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par Bill D

4 mars 2018

The problem with this course as with all evaluations of musical works is that there is just not the vocabulary to deal with his greatness. It might be insightful to a professional musician to point out all the key changes, tricks with the sonata form, chord progressions, etc., but for an amateur, these technical tricks add nothing to the music itself. The mystery remains why, with all their technical expertise and cleverness, no analyst of Beethoven's works has ever explained just WHERE he got his themes and melodies from. Biss tries his best, but, after a while, if you don't play the piano, it isn't very satisfying to learn (in a cursory way) about the construction of Beethoven's sonatas, no more than it would be to learn the grammar of Tolstoy's novels.