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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hello everybody!

    I was wondering is someone can help me on this one. Do you know where could I download mp3 formated compositions for piano by Ludwig van Beethoven? I am interested in the stuff below I named on the list. Or is anyone, who perhaps owns the recordings of the same, willing to help me by uploading it to the forum, or by sending it to me by e-mail or something? I welcome every help.

    duet for piano and violin in G, op.64
    six easy themes for flute/violin and piano, op.105
    ten national themes with variations for flute/violin and piano, op.107
    rondo in B flat major for piano and orchestra WoO 6
    six minuets WoO 9
    twelve minuets WoO 12
    three piano quartets in E flat major, D major and C major WoO 36
    twelve variations in F major for piano and violin WoO 40
    rondo in G for piano and violin WoO 41
    six german dances for piano and violin WoO 42
    three piano sonatas ("Elector") in E flat major, f minor and D major WoO 47
    piano sonatina in F WoO 50
    piano sonatina in C WoO 51
    all piano variations from WoO 63 to WoO 79
    allemande for piano in A major WoO 81
    waltzes for piano in E flat major and D major WoO 84 and WoO 85

    I thank you all very much once again. In return, if any of you need something, I will be pleased to do everything within my power to help.
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    mp3 files

    Hello Slavicek,

    You should be able to find mp3 files of many of your requested works by performing a Google search: on simply type "Beethoven Opus 64 mp3". The Google website will return a large number of responses for your queries. I hope you find this information helpful.


    Joe <jcfeli>
  3. juufa72

    juufa72 New Member Piano Society Artist

    Jul 13, 2006
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    Obamanation, unfortunately...
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    and click on the Beethoven page (underneath '100 most popular composers', or something of that sort)

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