Sonata No. 9 in A Major, Op.47 ''Kreutzer'' by violin and piano (urtext); Ludwig van Beethoven

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Sonata No. 9 in A Major, Op.47 ''Kreutzer'' by Ludwig van Beethoven

Urtext edition by Siegfried Brandenburg, fingerings by Max Rostal. Published by Henle

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) was the most influential and admired composer of the Romantic Era, and is considered today to be among the greatest composers of classical music to ever live. His music is known variously for its compositional rigor, sublime beauty, organic development, gripping urgency, and life-affirming, universal humanism. He left a significant mark on almost every classical genre he worked in, from string quartets to symphonies.

Beethoven composed his ten violin sonatas over a period of fifteen years, from 1797 to 1812 and display his meteoric growth as a composer. No.9, Op.47 represents his most significant, demanding, and dramatic entry in the genre. He dedicated to Rodolphe Kreutzer, whose name is forever associated with the piece; however, he never played and thought it unintelligible. This Henle urtext edition takes into account both manuscripts and original print editions. Edited by Sieghard Brandenburg, fingerings by Max Rostal. Includes both marked and unmarked parts. Master level, grade 6.

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Book Type: Repertoire
Ensemble: Accompanied Solos
Publisher: G. Henle
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Ensemble Accompanied Solos
Book Type Repertoire