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Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 transcribed for 2 Pianos by Franz Liszt

Philippe Cassard, Cédric Pescia

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Symphony No. 9, Op. 125  
1.1
I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
15:46
1.2
II. Molto vivace - Presto (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
14:31
1.3
III. Adagio molto e cantabile - Andante moderato - Adagio stesso tempo (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
14:06
1.4
IV. Finale. Presto (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
2:19
1.5
V. Finale. Allegro assai - Presto - Recitativo - Allegro assai (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
7:11
1.6
VI. Finale. Allegro assai vivace alla Marcia - Andante maestoso - Adagio ma non troppo ma devoto (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
7:14
1.7
VII. Finale. Allegro energico - Allegro ma non tanto - Prestissimo (Transcribed for 2 pianos by Franz Liszt)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Franz Liszt; Cédric Pescia; Philippe Cassard
6:38
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Total Playing Time    67:45
While any of Liszt's superb transcriptions of Beethoven's first eight symphonies is a challenge for the pianist, the two-piano arrangement of the Ninth is at once spellbinding and a formidable test. This remarkable synthesis of soloists, chorus and orchestra presents a powerful structure that condenses all the fearsome difficulties of ensemble playing for the two pianists. This version by Philippe Cassard and Cédric Pescia displays extraordinary nobility, truth and grandeur, with the epic sweep ideally suited to the 'Ode to Joy'.
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