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Work: Piano Sonata no. 32 in C minor, Op.111

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeInstrumental
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StockholmLvB250 – Igot Levit “The Final Sonatas”

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Igor Levit, Piano

AmsterdamBeethoven 2020: Ronald Brautigam plays the Piano Sonatas (part 3)

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Ronald Brautigam, Piano

AmsterdamScherpdenkers: Peter Buwalda and Thomas Beijer (in Dutch)

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Thomas Beijer, Piano

BarcelonaSir András Schiff: Bach and Beethoven

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PragueIvan Klánský

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Early and late Beethoven in the closing two recitals of Wigmore Hall's Beethoven Festival Weekend. 
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