This page contains downloadable materials and updates on BPSE’s journal Arietta. “No. 9: Beethoven 250th Anniversary Special Edition” features articles by Barry Cooper, Julian Jacobson (BPSE Chair), William Kinderman, and Jonathan Del Mar, a previously unpublished lecture by the late Kendall Taylor (MBE, FRCM), and more.
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- Performing Beethoven’s Piano Music in the 21st Century—Barry Cooper
- Große Fuge: From String Quartet to Piano Duet—Julian Jacobson
- ‘Handel’s allegro’ in Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations—Mai Koshikakezawa
- The Conception and Realization of the New Beethoven: Museum in Vienna/Heiligenstadt—William Kinderman
- Experiencing the new Vienna Beethoven Museum in Heiligenstadt—Malcolm Miller
- From Minnelied to Liederkreis: Locating the Middle Ages in Beethoven’s Work—Kelli McQueen
- Beethoven Piano Sonatas: Some thoughts on the new Bärenreiter edition—Jonathan Del Mar
- Beethoven: His Development – General and Spiritual, as reflected in his Piano Music—Notes for a Lecture Recital by Kendall Taylor MBE, FRCM (transcribed by Malcolm Miller)
- A unique recording of the Complete Piano Works of Beethoven—Martino Tirimo in conversation with Malcolm Miller
- Performing the Cycle—Philip Edward Fisher in conversation with Julian Jacobson