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A cherry-picked selection taken from an extraordinary series of films from 1970, as pianist Daniel Barenboim examines Beethoven's life and music
Pianist Daniel Barenboim offers an introductory overview of Beethoven's life and music
Barenboim celebrates Beethoven's rebellious Piano Sonatas No 3 and 4
An analysis of Beethoven's genius through a close look at the Waldstein piano sonata
Barenboim performs an unforgettable and fiery interpretation of Beethoven's spectacular Sonata, the composer's synthesis of extremes
Barenboim turns his attention to the Leonore Overtures 2 and 3, exploring the path that Beethoven took to find a form that worked
A detailed look at Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 4, a soulful, contemplative work with the composer at his most poetic
Adrian Boult and the New Philharmonia Orchestra join Barenboim for the conclusion of the Fourth Piano Concerto
Barenboim is joined by his wife Jacqueline du Pré for Op. 69 Cello Sonata, one of Beethoven's most exuberant pieces
The focus turns to Beethoven's Third Symphony, the Eroica, as Barenboim tackles a watershed piece in Beethoven's development
An examination of Beethoven's lifelong compulsion to depict and overcome the great struggles of the human condition
A close look at the first movement of Beethoven's final piano sonata, 'a logical development of his whole life's work'
Barenboim explores Beethoven's last piano sonata, an ode to a pure innocence 'consciously won, through the lessons of experience'
The anniversary series concludes with a performance of Beethoven's Fifth, with Barenboim at the helm of the New Philharmonia Orchestra