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Piano Sonata No. 23 in F Minor, Op. 57 "Appassionata" - III. Allegro ma non troppo -
By continuing to browse you are agreeing to our use of these cookies. Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. Given the energy and force that Beethoven was by then putting into his works, it is not surprising that the instrument was worn out by There are numerous places where we are used to hearing dynamics that are simply not there, or tempo changes that are not indicated at all.
The extremes of the piano are used to great effect—for example at the recapitulation when the left hand quietly drums out the low repeated C which must be done without changing fingers to get the best effect. The tempo of Andante con moto is another marking that is frequently ignored.
Abruptly interrupting this extemporization comes a crashing diminished-seventh chord, announcing one of his greatest examples of keyboard writing, the final Allegro ma non troppo.
Ferdinand Ries, a student of Beethoven and one of his biographers, relates how this movement came about. Ries went for a lesson and found Beethoven working something out at the piano, but seeing that it was a nice day they decided to go out for a walk instead. For many hours he was preoccupied with his own thoughts, humming out phrases and singing aloud.
The most remarkable thing about this movement is how much of the power is held back until the very end when all is unleashed. Perhaps it is not necessary to be quite so graphic, but the two-note sighing figures do certainly give that impression.