Ludwig van Beethoven

Also known as Beethoven, Лудвиг ван Бетховен, Лудвиг ван Бетховен |, L. van Beethoven, (Beethoven), A. Sab, ベートーベン, ベートーヴェン, Beehoven, Beeth, Beethonen, Beethovan, Beethove, Beethoven, Beethoven Ludwig van, Beethoven Van L., Beethoven Van Ludwig, Beethoven, L. van, Beethoven, Ludvig Van, Beethoven, Ludwig van, Beethoven,L.V., Beethoven:, Beethoviana, Beetoven, Berthoven, Bethoven, Betoven, Composed By, Бетховен, Д. Бетховен, Л. Бетовен, Л. Бетховен, Л. В. Бетховен, Л. Ван Бетховен, Л. ван Бетховен, Л.Бетховен, Л.В. Бетховен, Лудвиг Ван Бетовен, Лудвиг ван Бетховен, Людвиг Бетховен, Людвиг Ван Бетовен, Людвиг Ван Бетховен, Людвиг ван Бетховен, Люлвиг Ван Бетховен, Μπετόβεν, L-V-Beethoven, L. Beethoven, L. Beetthoven, L. Bethovenas, L. Bēthovens, L. V . Beethoven, L. V Beethoven, L. v, Beethoven, L. V. Beethoven, L. v. Beethoven, L. V. Bethoven, L. V. Betoven, L. V.Beethoven, L. Van B., L. van Beethoven, L. van Beethoven (1770-1827), L. van Bethovenas, L. Van Betoven, L. von Beethoven, L. W. Beethoven, L. W. Bethowen, L.-V. Beethoven, L.Beethoven, L.v. Beethooven, L.V. Beethoven, L.V. Betoven, L.v.ベートーヴェン, L.v.Beethoven, L.van Beethoven, L.Von Beethoven, L.W. Beethoven, L: V Beethoven, Ludvig Van Betoven, Ludvig Van Beethoven, Ludvig Van Betoven, Ludvig von Beethoven, Ludw. Van Beethoven, Ludwig Beethoven, Ludwig v. Beethoven, Ludwig Van, Ludwig Van B., Ludwig van Beethoven, Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827), Ludwig Van Beethoven - (1770 - 1827), Ludwig Von Beethoven, v. Beethoven, V.Beethoven, van Beethoven, von Beethoven, Wiener Streichtrio, Wilhelm Backhaus, بتهوفن
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Discography of Ludwig van Beethoven:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Ballade Pour Elise 2000 3 Audio 1999 Toptrax Recordings
2 Ballade Pour Elise 2000 6 Audio 2000 Toptrax Recordings
3 Romanze Für Violine Und Orchester G-Dur Op. 40 / Romanze Für Violine Und Orchester F-Dur Op. 50 2 Audio 1966-02-00 ETERNA
4 Symphony No. 6 (Pastoral) 6 Audio World Record Club
5 Moonlight Sonata - No. 14 In C Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 2 Audio 1954 His Master's Voice
6 Symphony No. 3 »Eroica« & Overture »Leonore III« 7 Audio Deutsche Grammophon
7 Symphony No. 5 5 Audio 1984 Deutsche Grammophon
8 Symphony No. 9 "Choral" 6 Audio 1986 Deutsche Grammophon
9 Mad About Beethoven 16 Audio 1996 Deutsche Grammophon
10 Cellosonaten Opp. 69 & 102 / Variationen 28 Audio 1993 Deutsche Grammophon
11 Classikon 7: Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 5 & 6 'Pastorale' 11 Audio
12 Symphonie Nr. 9 6 Audio
13 Symphony No. 3 'Eroica' / 'Egmont' Overture 7 Audio 1998 Philips Classics
14 Fidelio 9 Audio 1980 MCA Westminster
15 Symphonie Nr. 5 / Ouvertüre "Leonore III" 7 Audio Deutsche Grammophon
16 Sinfonie Nr. 7 / Die Weihe Des Hauses 7 Audio ETERNA
17 Piano Sonatas Opp. 54, 57, 78, 90 20 Audio 2003 Deutsche Grammophon
18 Symphony No. 9 4 Audio 1989 Decca
19 Symphonie Nr. 1 Und Symphonie Nr. 7 10 Audio 1991 Pilz
20 String Quartets (Complete) Vol. 1 - Op. 18, Nos. 1 And 2 10 Audio Naxos
21 Triple Concerto 4 Audio 1975 Deutsche Grammophon
22 String Quartets (Complete) Vol. 2 Op. 18, Nos. 3 And 4 2 Audio 1995 Naxos
23 String Quartets (Complete) Vol. 3: Op. 18, Nos. 5 And 6 2 Audio 1995 Naxos
24 String Quartets (Complete) Vol. 4 - Op. 59, No. 1 - Op. 95, "Quartetto Serioso" 2 Audio 1998 Naxos
25 String Quartets Vol. 5 - Quartet Op. 59 No. 2 "Rasumovsky" - Op. 74 "Harp" 2 Audio 1999 Naxos
26 String Quartets Vol. 6 - Op. 59 No. 3 "Rasumovsky"- Quartet In E Flat Major, Op. 127 2 Audio 1999 Naxos
27 The Late Quartets Vol. I 19 Audio 1996 Philips Classics
28 The Late Quartets Vol. II 14 Audio 1996 Philips Classics
29 The Late Quartets Volume Four: Op 132 In A Minor 6 Audio 1966 His Master's Voice
30 Piano Sonatas, Vol. 4 10 Audio 1990 Naxos
31 The Classical Collection 36 - Beethoven Melodic Masterpieces 7 Audio 1994
32 Symphonies Nos. 7 & 8 10 Audio 1996 Eloquence
33 Symphony No. 7 - Symphony No. 8 10 Audio 1993 Apollo Classics
34 9. Symphonie 5 Audio ZYX Classic
35 Triple Concerto / Double Concerto / Violin Concerto No. 3 / Violin Concerto No. 2 16 Audio 1996 EMI Classics
36 Piano Sonatas: Moonlight / Pathétique / The Tempest / Appassionata 15 Audio 2001 Apex
37 Piano Works - Vol. 1 15 Audio 2002 Naxos Historical
38 Piano Sonatas Nos. 8, 15 & 21 16 Audio 2001 Philips Classics
39 Music For Cello And Piano Vol. 1 19 Audio 2002 Naxos
40 Sonate Arpeggione En La Mineur / Variations Sur Des Thèmes De «La Flûte Enchantée» De Mozart 8 Audio Harmonia Mundi
41 Piano Concerto No. 1 - Sonata, Op. 110 8 Audio 1976 Heliodor
42 Piano Sonatas 15 Audio 1978 Heliodor
43 Piano Sonatas "Waldstein" And "Les Adieux" 7 Audio
44 Klaviersonaten • Piano Sonatas >>Trauermarsch<< - >>Funeral March<< Op. 26 & Op. 31, No. 1 9 Audio 1976 Deutsche Grammophon
45 Piano Sonata No. 29 In B Flat Major, "Hammerklavier" No. 30 In E Major 9 Audio 1978
46 Beethoven Edition Sampler 6 Audio 1977 Deutsche Grammophon
47 Moonlight & Pathetique Sonatas 14 Audio His Master's Voice
48 Beethoven Triple Concerto - Brahms Double Concerto 8 Audio 1996 Deutsche Grammophon
49 Symphonies 1 & 2 10 Audio Deutsche Grammophon
50 Symphony No. 3 'Eroica' 5 Audio


German composer and pianist, born in 1770 (baptized 17 December 1770) in Bonn, Germany and died 26 March 1827 in Vienna, Austria, the eldest son of a singer in the Kapelle of the Archbishop-Elector of Cologne and grandson of the Archbishop's Kapellmeister.

Beethoven moved in 1792 to Vienna, where he had some lessons from Haydn and others, quickly establishing himself as a remarkable keyboard-player and original composer. By 1815 increasing deafness made public performance impossible and accentuated existing eccentricities of character, patiently tolerated by a series of rich patrons and his royal pupil the Archduke Rudolph.

Beethoven did much to enlarge the possibilities of music and widen the horizons of later generations of composers. To his contemporaries he was sometimes a controversial figure, making heavy demands on listeners both by the length and by the complexity of his writing, as he explored new fields of music.


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