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Diabelli-VariationenLudwig van Beethoven hat im Herbst des Jahres in einem Brief an den Händel-Anlehnung und Eigenständigkeit in Beethovens Klavier-Variationen. Ludwig van Beethoven: Variationen Bd. I. /; (); in; für Klavier; Instrumentierungsdetails: Klavier; Chor: Rollen: Komponist: Ludwig van Beethoven; Herausgeber. Die im Jahr fertiggestellten Diabelli-Variationen op. sind Ludwig van Beethovens letztes großes Klavierwerk. Für Gerhard Oppitz gehören die.
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Plate B. Originally scanned at about pi, converted to dpi monocrome. Its final bars lead smoothly to Variation Commentators have used strong language for the concluding section.
Tovey describes it as "a phrase so haunting that though Beethoven does not repeat the entire sections of this variation he marks the last four bars to be repeated".
Brendel's title for this variation is Gentle grief. There are only hints of Diabelli's two-part structure. Deeply felt, filled with ornaments and trills, there are many similarities with the arietta of Piano Sonata, Op.
Tovey again uses superlatives: "The thirty-first variation is an extremely rich outpouring of highly ornamented melody, which to Beethoven's contemporaries must have been hardly intelligible, but which we, who have learnt from Bach that a great artist's feeling is often more profound where his expression is most ornate, can recognize for one of the most impassioned utterances in all music.
Von Bülow comments, "We should like to style this number, thoughtful and tender alike, a renascence of the Bach Adagio, as the succeeding double fugue is one of the Handel Allegros.
Conjoining to these the final Variations, which might be considered as a new birth, so to speak, of the Haydn-Mozart Minuet, we possess, in these three Variations, a compendium of the whole history of music.
Brendel's title for this variation is To Bach to Chopin. The structure is a foreshortening of Diabelli's theme.
While in traditional variation sets a fugue was often used to conclude the work, Beethoven uses his fugue to reach a grand climax, then follows it with a final, quiet minuet.
Structurally, the piece abandons Diabelli's two-part original. Melodically, it is based on Diabelli's falling fourth, used in many of the preceding variations, as well as, most strikingly, on the least inspired, least promising part of Diabelli's theme, the note repeated ten times.
The bass in the opening bars takes Diabelli's rising figure and presents it in descending sequence. Out of these flimsy materials, Beethoven builds his powerful triple fugue.
The themes are presented in a variety of harmonies, contexts, lights and shades, and by using the traditional fugal techniques of inversion and stretto.
About two thirds through, a fortissimo climax is reached and, following a pause, there begins a contrasting pianissimo section with a constantly hurrying figure serving as the third fugal subject.
Eventually, the original two themes of the fugue burst out loudly again and the work races impetuously toward its final climax, a crashing chord and a grand sweep of arpeggios twice down and up the entire keyboard.
The transition to the sublime minuet that forms the final variation is a series of quiet, greatly prolonged chords that achieve an extraordinary effect.
In Solomon's words, "The thirty-third variation is introduced by a Poco adagio that breaks the fugue's agitated momentum and finally takes us to the brink of utter motionlessness, providing a curtain to separate the fugue from the minuet.
Gerald Abraham calls it "one of the strangest passages Beethoven ever wrote". Beethoven emphasizes the diminished-seventh chord by a kind of arpeggiated cadenza spanning four and then five octaves.
When the music comes to rest on this dissonant sonority, it is clear that we have reached the turning point, and are poised at a moment of great musical import.
What accounts for the power of the following transition, which has so impressed musicians and critics? Tovey called it 'one of the most appallingly impressive passages ever written.
At this moment there is finally a halt to the seemingly endless continuity of variations in an unprecedented gesture.
The storm of sound melts away, and, through one of the most ethereal and—I am amply justified in saying—appallingly impressive passages ever written, we pass quietly to the last variation .
Technically, von Bülow admires in the closing four bars "the principle of modulation chiefly developed in the master's last creative period It is profoundly characteristic of the way in which as Diabelli himself seems partly to have grasped this work develops and enlarges the great aesthetic principles of balance and climax embodied in the 'Goldberg' Variations, that it ends quietly.
The freedom necessary for an ordinary climax on modern lines was secured already in the great fugue, placed, as it was, in a foreign key; and now Beethoven, like Bach, rounds off his work by a peaceful return home—a home that seems far removed from these stormy experiences through which alone such ethereal calm can be attained.
In the coda of the concluding variation, Beethoven speaks on his own behalf. He alludes to another supreme set of variations, that from his own last Sonata, Op.
Beethoven's Arietta from Op. One can hear the Arietta as yet another, more distant, offspring of the 'waltz', and marvel at the inspirational effect of the 'cobbler's patch'.
Solomon describes the closing bars as "the final image — of a tender, songful, profound nostalgia, a vantage point from which we can review the purposes of the entire journey.
Many of the variations are similar in method, since the composers were working in ignorance of one another and since piano virtuosity and variation techniques were widely taught according to familiar principles.
Many composers contented themselves with a running figure decorating the theme A number fastened on an idea developed with great power by Beethoven, such as Beethoven's pupil, the Archduke Rudolph, in an excellent piece.
Some produced contrapuntal treatment The variations by the famous piano virtuosos, especially Friedrich Kalkbrenner , Carl Czerny , Johann Peter Pixis , Ignaz Moscheles , Joseph Gelinek and Maximilian Stadler , are on the whole brilliant but shallow; for Liszt, then only 11, it was his first publication, and his piece is vigorous but hardly characteristic.
The variations by Joseph Drechsler , Franz Jakob Freystädler , Johann Baptist Gänsbacher and Johann Baptist Schenk are also striking.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Diabelli's theme. The performer of the audio files in this article is Neal O'Doan.
Variations 1 and 2. Variations 3 and 4. Variations 5—7. Variations 8— Variations 11—