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ELEVEN NEW BAGATELLES 

(ELF NEUE BAGATELLEN) 

(Composed in 1823) 
Edited by Eugen d'Albert LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN, Op.ll9 

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1) These Bag-atelles are seldom played never in public. This is unfortunate, for, properly performed,they are by no means 

mg-rateful. They form excellent examples of the master's work of the last period. The first Bagatelle is to be played simply, 
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