Beethoven: New Discoveries and Fond Farewells, Part 2

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More from Classical New England's birthday party for the composer who changed everything.


Bryce Milano, mandolin, and Sylvia Barry, fortepiano, perform Beethoven's rarely heard Sonatina in C, WoO 44a.



Trombonists Ron Barron, Greg Spiridopoulos, Don Lucas, and Gabe Langfur perform Beethoven's Equale No. 1 WoO 30 No. 1.



In Part 2 of "Beethoven:  New Discoveries and Fond Farewells," tenor William Hite and pianist Gilles Vonsattel perform the song cycle An die ferne Geliebte, and Vonsattel performs the Piano Sonata Piano Sonata No. 26 in E flat, "Les Adieux," Op. 81a.

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