Live on Fidelio: Beethoven's Fortepiano
Pianist Gottlieb Wallisch LIVE from the Congress Casino, performing on Beethoven’s restored piano.
Gottlieb Wallisch © Andrej Grilc
After its successful restoration, Beethoven's piano will be revived and played again for the first time on November 24th at the Casino Baden by pianist Gottlieb Wallisch. Listen to the impeccable sound of the hammerclavier - first solo and then accompanied by a quintet of the Vienna Academy Orchestra with historical string instruments in its original sound.
As a special celebration for Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday the city of Baden wanted to revive Beethoven's historic fortepiano. After a successful fundraising campaign and thanks to support from the Federal Office for Monuments and the Province of Lower Austria, it was possible to make this necessary restoration possible.
- Ludwig van Beethoven: Phantasy in B major, Op. 77
- Franz Schubert: From the "Six Moments musicaux", D. 780
- Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C minor, Op.13 "Pathétique"
- Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15 (edition for piano and stringquintet by Vinzenz Lachner)
Streaming date: 24 November 2019 at 17:00
Original title Beethovens Hammerklavier mit Gottlieb Wallisch
English title Beethovens fortepiano with Gottlieb Wallisch
Production year 2019
Musical style Wiener Klassik
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