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Kleeb, Jean
Beethoven goes Jazz for Piano
- Als Zyklus aufführbar oder in beliebiger Folge und Zusammensetzung
- Motivation von Schülern durch die Fusion von Klassik und Jazz
- Mittlerer Schwierigkeitsgrad

Ludwig van Beethoven had the ability to create an entire musical universe from the most unassuming and minuscule motif. No classical composer worked more consciously with rhythm than Beethoven: his unmistakable “drive” can be felt in every bar!

Here familiar “Beethoven themes” are merged, liberated, shuffled, filtered and recombined with jazz harmonies, standard styles and rhythms. Jean Kleeb’s arrangements sometimes closely follow the original, at other times they comment on or recall Beethoven’s music from afar.

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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
ia pa pa pa
Variation on Ludwig van Beethoven's 5th Symphony op. 67
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Jazzmenuetto
Variation on Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonata 20/2 op. 49
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Freude schöner Götter Funk
Variation on the theme of Ludwig van Beethoven's 9th Symphony op. 125/4
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Moonlight
Remembrance on Ludwig van Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata op. 27/2
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Varioption Sinfonia 7
Variation on Ludwig van Beethoven's 7th Symphony op. 92/2
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Pastorale Impression
"Beethoven and Debussy" - from Ludwig van Beethoven's 6th Symphony op. 68/4
Instrumentation:
Piano
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Composer / Author:
Kleeb, Jean
Waldstein Jazzsonate
from Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonata 21 op. 53/1 "Waldstein"
Instrumentation:
Piano
Brand reference number:BA10930
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