Wolfgang Ellenberger | Heart Beat

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Heart Beat

by Wolfgang Ellenberger

Cassical-romantic piano solo music: a collection of pieces with ground beat 60/second so they are very good for relaxing.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Sonata No. 1 in C major: II. Andante, Nach Einem Altdeutschen Mi
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5:47 album only
2. Sonata No. 8 in C minor op. 13: II. Adagio cantabile
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5:03 album only
3. Sonata No. 14 in C# minor Op. 27 No. 2: I. Adagio sostenuto
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5:36 album only
4. Italian Concert: II. Andante
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4:50 album only
5. Prelude Op. 28, No. 4 in E Minor
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3:05 album only
6. Sonata No. 1 in F minor Op. 2 No. 1: II. Adagio cantabile
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4:43 album only
7. Impromptu Op. 90, 3 in G Flat Major
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5:33 album only
8. Sonata Facile in C Major: II. Andante
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9. Sonata in A Minor K. 310: II. Andante cantabile
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10. Für Elise
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11. Piano Concerto in D Major: II. Andante
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12. Serenade En La: IV. Cadenza Finala
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13. Babyrap
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Album Notes
Wolfgang Ellenberger has studied piano, music therapy and medicine in Hamburg/Germany.
See his resume at http://www.ellenberger.name/EN/ENlebenslauf.htm .

After finishing all degrees he worked as a free lance concert pianist running an event service and being the only person having a Bösendorfer Imperial concert grand piano (290 cm, 630 kg) with a PianoDisc player system as his hand luggage with him, using a unique caterpillar to get it even up the stairs all alone.
See http://ccc.docwebs.com/EN/ENveranstaltungsservice.htm

Taking use of his studies he developped a pedagogic concept called "The Relativity Formula of Piano Playing" in which he finds an innovative approach of programming the muscles with a multi-sensorial learning program and splitting the three-dimensional vector of the pianists movement into three partial levels with a so-called movement-atom. With these atoms Ellenberger says he can solve any technical problem.
See http://ccc.docwebs.com/EN/ENrelativitaetsformel.htm
as part of several other surprises collected at

Further than that Ellenberger has the vision of a Piano Research Faculty at a music academy anywhere in the world -focussing on maximising the output of pianists similarly as in "olympic training centers" for sports people. Just besides this might cover some aspects of the new combination subject "music medicine" treating the diseases of musicians stressing certain parts of their bodies depending on the instrument.
See http://www.ellenberger.name/ENStiftungsprofessur.htm .

He is founder of the www.DoctorsTalents.com association presenting docs (MDs, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists) on a world-wide level with their extra-medical professions and hobbies. This web portal creates millions of clicks yearly and the vision of a MultiMedi(c)alMeetingpoint is coming closer.
See http://www.PROJECT.docwebs.com .

Now enjoy Ellenbergers interpretation which is known as deeply relaxing (like a session of music therapy) on the basis of his profound piano technique based on the tradition from Franzt Liszt>>Krause, >>Edwin Fischer>>Conrad Hansen with whom Ellenberger studied and made his "concert exam".


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