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Publisher's Summary

Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel combine the virtuosity and poetry of a world-class pianist with entertaining commentary to create a magical concert experience. His lively, engaging insights and captivating performances make listening an enthralling experience for all music lovers.

In this audiobook, he discusses the power and passion of Beethoven, including the following pieces:

  • Fur Elise
  • Rondo a capriccio, Op. 129
  • Moonlight Sonata
©2006 Jeffrey Siegel (P)2006 Random House, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"His performances were expressive and full of passion...This is an artist who means every note he plays." (The New York Times)
"Pianistic eloquence with a special gift for commentary." (The Washington Post)

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  • 07-06-18

Great Performance

Love Keyboard conversations. I saw Jeffrey in London at Kings Place and it was fantastic. Really enjoy listening to the history and about what the composer was going through at the time of writing. There’s also not too much talking which is good too and he’s a great pianist. I hope more of these are released