Nevertheless, his work has also something to do with Modern Literature, somehow: I've realized he had some sudden different ideas of the partita and related with the performance. he mixes them all, but then makes a serious notorious speech about the main theme, so One understands it, though, at first, it could seem to be difficult. I think this has to do with the art of teaching and some kind of passion for what he is doing. That is a strong feeling, indeed.
I have chosen Beethoven Sonata 'Pathetique,' Opus 13. I know it will sound strong and somehow not easy for some ears, but I like to listen to it for it sounds different, original and new to me. I was actually very tired of the piano and quick performances, so I'm sorry for the most 'puritans,' let's say.