In classical artistic compositions, there are no final resolutions. Neither is there a final resolution to our corporeal existence (i.e. death). In essence, based on what we know of universal physical principles, there are only beginnings. Beginnings which celebrate the unfolding of man's next lawful leap into the future.


Part II of Beethoven's Triumph Over Death will be a crucial investigation of the second movement of Sonata No. 32 in C Minor, Opus 111. There are no hidden secrets, although there are plenty of provocations! Discover the unique power of Beethoven and what his ideas have meant for mankind's history past, present, and future—and, in the process, discover something about yourself.

Tonight, we will conclude the investigation of Beethoven's final piano sonata.

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