ABSTRACT. Kinderman claims that the piano represents a springboard for Beethoven's achievements and a primary vehicle for the pathbreaking innovations of his evolving musical style. Samson contends that Chopin's ballades have their own particular kind of musical material (different in kind from that of the sonatas, despite formal parallels). Hamilton claims that the Sonata in B Minor marks the zenith of Liszt's piano music (occupying the same position as the Faust Symphony in his orchestral output, or the oratorio Christus in his choral).


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