Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35

The Variations and fugue in Eb, Op. 35, are a set of fifteen variations for piano by Beethoven. Written in 1802, they are commonly known as the Eroica Variations, because variations on the same theme were used as the finale for his Eroica Symphony composed the following year. There is some disagreement as to the precedence of the theme. It is widely accepted, however, that it is not by Beethoven himself, though he seemed to like as he used it a number of times throughout his career. The work presents some departures ... more

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Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35 - Introduction
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35 - Theme, Variations 1-14
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35 - Variation 15
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35 - Fugue
Variations and Fugue in E♭ 'Eroica', Op. 35 - Finale

Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. The crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in ...
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