Richard Goode, playing Beethoven’s sonatas

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American pianist Richard Goode will be performing at the Royal Festival Hall.

He will be playing Ludwig Van Beethoven's "Sonata in C minor", "Sonata in F", "Sonata in D", "Sonata in F" and "Sonata in A".

 

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