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  • She is also agile, negotiating Beethoven's trademark hairpin twists and turns deftly, drawing strength from each so that by her fourth encore the audience voiced its astonishment.

    Music review: Yuliya Gorenman plays Beethoven sonatas at the Katzen Center

  • A packed house at Katzen Arts Center seemed to concur Saturday evening, leaping to its feet following Beethoven's "Hammerklavier" sonata.

    Music review: Yuliya Gorenman plays Beethoven sonatas at the Katzen Center

  • "If Beethoven's music is considered art, then so too will video game music."

    Video Game Music as art?

  • Another reason to program the piece, however, is that it fits well on a program with Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, a work that demands either a whole evening to itself or something strong but shortish as a counterbalance.

    The National Symphony Orchestra audience directs its attention to Eschenbach

  • No one, he says, would say that Beethoven's music is not art.

    Video Game Music as art?

  • At the end of each film, the melancholia of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony in King's expertly balances the tortured protagonist's final triumph and The Beatles "Baby You're a Rich Man" underlines the main character's ivory tower isolation at the epilogue of Social; both as equally gripping as they are forcefully incongruent.

    James Campion: Anglo-America on Parade

  • At the end of each film, the melancholia of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony in King's expertly balances the tortured protagonist's final triumph and The Beatles "Baby You're a Rich Man" underlines the main character's ivory tower isolation at the epilogue of Social; both as equally gripping as they are forcefully incongruent.

    James Campion: Anglo-America on Parade

  • How, then, would they account for Beethoven's endless syncopations he even made use of "Charleston" rhythms in his Sonata Opus 111?

    Anthology by Committee

  • At the end of each film, the melancholia of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony in King's expertly balances the tortured protagonist's final triumph and The Beatles "Baby You're a Rich Man" underlines the main character's ivory tower isolation at the epilogue of Social; both as equally gripping as they are forcefully incongruent.

    James Campion: Anglo-America on Parade

  • I for one will hold out for a computer that can create the likes of, say, Handel's "Messiah," or Beethoven's "Ninth," or Milton's "Paradise Lost," or Einstein's "Theory of Relativity" before I'm willing to concede that it's more like a human than a machine.

    No Patient Will Ever Say, 'Quick, Watson, the Needle!'

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