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Sonate/Sonata N 4 RV45 - Various - The Magic Of The Cello

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  1. JoJorg says:
    BEETHOVEN: Cello Sonatas Nos. 4 and 5, Op. Written in during the composer’s final creative period, and at a time when the piano was becoming a more sonorous instrument, Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas Nos. 4 and 5 exploit the cello’s cantabile potential more fully than was previously possible. The great Sonata No. 5 features the first real slow movement of all the sonatas, a haunting.
  2. Aracage says:
    3 Cello Sonatas Alt ernative. Title Trois sonates faciles et progressives pour le violoncelle avec accompagnement d'une basse, Op Composer Romberg, Bernhard: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IBR 17 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 3 sonatas: Sonata No.1 in B ♭ major Sonata No.2 in C major Sonata No.3 Composer: Romberg, Bernhard.
  3. Tobei says:
    Shop the world's widest selection of Ludwig van Beethoven cello solo sheet music, music books, scores and more. You'll find your Ludwig van Beethoven cello solo music at Sheet Music Plus.
  4. Dozahn says:
    Introduction. This is the third note on the recordings of Beethoven’s sonatas for piano & cello in my music collection, about the Sonata in A major, opReferences to the CDs are given at the bottom of the respective section, or see the summary on the postings covering Beethoven’s Sonatas for Piano & .
  5. Mijora says:
    Oct 28,  · Alfred Brendel, piano Adrian Brendel, cello I mov. Andante - Allegro vivace Recording location: Jugendstiltheater, Vienna July (Sonatas ; Variations Op 66) & July
  6. Nikozshura says:
    Jan 12,  · How I fell in love with Ludwig To play Beethoven's five cello sonatas is to trace his life story. Cellist Steven Isserlis tell how they gave him a glimpse into the master's mind.
  7. Faegis says:
    The Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor Op 38 was started in , when Brahms was not yet thirty, with the finale being added to the long-completed first two movements in This, his first surviving duo-sonata, is an important work, in some ways a turning-point.

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