With each new album, the Stradivari collection invites you to discover another unique instrument lovingly preserved and housed at the Museum of Music in Paris, such as the magnificent 1734 Guarneri cello and the 1855 Gebauhr grand piano, both of them exceptionally well suited to the music of Beethoven and his contemporaries. When these remarkable examples of European instrument-making are entrusted to performers as adept as Raphaël Pidoux and Tanguy de Williencourt, the composer's celebrated Sonatas of Opus 5 stand revealed as never before.
With each new album, the Stradivari collection invites you to discover another unique instrument lovingly preserved and housed at the Museum of Music in Paris, such as the magnificent 1734 Guarneri cello and the 1855 Gebauhr grand piano, both of them exceptionally well suited to the music of Beethoven and his contemporaries. When these remarkable examples of European instrument-making are entrusted to performers as adept as Raphaël Pidoux and Tanguy de Williencourt, the composer's celebrated Sonatas of Opus 5 stand revealed as never before.
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Beethoven: Cello Sonatas Op.5 Nos. 1 & 2
Artist: Raphael Pidoux / Tanguy De Williencourt
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1. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 1 in F Major, Op. 5 No. 1: I. Adagio Sostenuto - Allegro
2. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 1 in F Major, Op. 5 No. 1: II. Rondo. Allegro Vivace
3. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor, Op. 5 No. 2: I. Adagio Sostenuto E Espressivo - Allegro Molto Più Tosto Presto
4. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor, Op. 5 No. 2: II. Rondo. Allegro
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With each new album, the Stradivari collection invites you to discover another unique instrument lovingly preserved and housed at the Museum of Music in Paris, such as the magnificent 1734 Guarneri cello and the 1855 Gebauhr grand piano, both of them exceptionally well suited to the music of Beethoven and his contemporaries. When these remarkable examples of European instrument-making are entrusted to performers as adept as Raphaël Pidoux and Tanguy de Williencourt, the composer's celebrated Sonatas of Opus 5 stand revealed as never before.