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Daniel Barenboim – First Beethoven Cycle in UHD

Author: Unitel

With his ultimate Beethoven Sonata Cycle, recorded in UHD, Daniel Barenboim sets himself a legacy.

  • Daniel Barenboim | Copyright: © Monika Rittershaus / Unitel

    Daniel Barenboim © Monika Rittershaus / Unitel

Lockdown certainly provided challenges for many of us. In certain instances it also provided for opportunities. Daniel Barenboim used the time to prepare a new Beethoven Sonata Cycle: “No matter how many times you play them there are always fresh personal perspectives waiting to be discovered”. And he takes his audience on a truly unforgettable journey full of amazing experiences.
This cycle, the first Beethoven Sonata Cycle recorded in Ultra High Definition, was filmed at the stunning Pierre Boulez Saal in studio conditions and will be released as a CD on Deutsche Grammophon as well.

Original title THE COMPLETE BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATAS
English title THE COMPLETE BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATAS
Genre Concert
Recording location Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin
Recording date 18-31 May 2020
Production year 2020
Duration 710 min.
Video format UHD
Production Company Unitel
Director Frédéric Delesques
Soloist Daniel Barenboim, piano

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