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Beethoven: The Op. 10 Piano Sonatas

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About this Album

Beethoven’s Op. 10 piano sonatas, published together in 1798, were a critical step in the composer's career, both absorbing the influences of Mozart and Haydn and superseding them, pointing the way for his own artistic development. Richard Goode, whose interpretations the New York Times describes as possessing “both integrity and immediacy,” performs the three Op. 10 sonatas in their entirety.


Richard Goode, piano

Produced and engineered by Max Wilcox
Recorded at the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York City

Art direction and design: M&Co., New York
Photography by Chris Callis

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