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Klavierstück in A minor 'Für Elise', WoO59
composer
27 April 1810; Für Elise [or, Therese] am 27. April zur Erinnerung an L. v. Bthvn

Recordings
'Beethoven: Bagatelles' (CDA67879)
Beethoven: Bagatelles
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'Eileen Joyce – The complete Parlophone & Columbia solo recordings' (APR7502)
Eileen Joyce – The complete Parlophone & Columbia solo recordings
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'For Children' (CDH55194)
For Children
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'Myra Hess – The complete solo and concerto studio recordings' (APR7504)
Myra Hess – The complete solo and concerto studio recordings
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Details
Track 5 on CDH55194 [3'08] Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Track 22 on APR7502 CD4 [3'17] Download only
Track 12 on APR7504 CD4 [3'14] Download only

Klavierstück in A minor 'Für Elise', WoO59
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Ludwig van Beethoven’s Für Elise dates from 1808 or 1810 and is a small chip indeed from the workshop that in the latter year produced, for example, the opus 95 string quartet. It is a popular and appealing piece, however, first published as late as 1867. The manuscript is lost, but it may have been inscribed ‘Für Therese’, signifying Therese Malfatti to whom Beethoven seems to have proposed (unsuccessfully) in 1810.

from notes by Max Harrison © 1986

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Details for CDA67879 track 30
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-12-87930
Duration
3'26
Recording date
28 July 2011
Recording venue
Henry Wood Hall, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Andrew Keener
Recording engineer
Simon Eadon
Hyperion usage
  1. Beethoven: Bagatelles (CDA67879)
    Disc 1 Track 30
    Release date: May 2012
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