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REED TETZLOFF (USA) ?A musician of great authority.? Richard Goode ?Tetzloff?s reading of Beethoven?s Sonata No. 28 in A Major, Op. 101 was deeply reflective and illuminating. This first sonata of Beethoven?s late period finds its creator in his most experimental and striking mode?.Played with expansive range and luminous tone,,,Tetzloff captured the music?s stillness and pathos. There was boisterous spirit and rhythmic buoyancy in the final Allegro. The fugal voices were fully transparent under Tetzloff?s agile fingers?. South Florida Classical Review September 24, 2021 Lecturer in Residence: Prof. Frank E. Cooper Alban Berg Sonata, Op. 1 Charles Ives Three-Page Sonata Ludwig Van Beethoven Sonata No. 21 in C major, Op. 53, \"Waldstein\" Allegro con brio Introduzione. Adagio molto Rondo. Allegretto moderato ? Prestissimo INTERMISSION Johannes Brahms Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Op. 5 Allegro maestoso Andante. Andante espressivo ? Andante molto Scherzo. Allegro energico avec t