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Author: samprabhu
Posted: Mar 15 2020 - 07:52 AM
Subject: re: Beethoven? Anybody?



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Author: m-la
Posted: Feb 07 2020 - 04:52 AM
Subject: Beethoven? Anybody?
Hi all, I'm new to the forum, sorry for any etiquette faux pas. This is a super long shot but I'm desperate! I'm searching for a piece written by Beethoven. The recording I heard was on a cassette of his "Greatest" done in the mid 80's. I cannot remember what the instrumental arrangement was, but the focal point of this particular movement, toward the end, was the piano. It was a very dramatic part that began with rhythmic octaves, then it repeated the theme by creating chords in octaves through out the melody and then ended with a massive scale finishing in the lowest keys of the piano. I attempted to make a recording of the theme on the computer piano and with my voice but unfortunately, I'm having difficulty with the record function. I've listened all the way through ALL movements of ALL of the piano sonatas and have crossed them off the list. It is also none of the 9 symphonies. The issue is Beethoven was so insanely prolific, I've listened for days and still not come across the piece I seek.

The at it's most basic it goes:c'2 dis'2 g'2 d'2 f'2 c'2 dis'2 d'2 but in octaves so it would start on the high C and go down one C, then back up to the high C then repeat the cycle with the following notes, following with double and triple stops- or chords ... hopefully you get what I'm trying to say! Note: I'm not sure if I'm in the right key at all... Im' not in front of a piano and haven't heard the song in too many years to mention.

So, I would appreciate any, and I mean ANY suggestions! Give me an opus and I'm on it!
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