Ludwig’s Last Note

The pianist Murray McLachlan played Beethoven’s Last Piano Sonata [op 111, no 32] at a Northumberland Music Festival recital – and described the conditions under which it was probably written.

The second movement concludes the piece – no expected third – and it just winds quietly and thoughtfully to silence.

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