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Beethoven's ten violin sonatas have long been cornerstones of the Chamber music repertoire. The "Spring" and "Kreutzer" sonatas are the best known of these works, which stand at the pinnacle of music for violin and piano. Lewis Lockwood and Mark Kroll's volume The Beethoven Violin Sonatas is the first scholarly book in English devoted exclusively to the Beethoven sonatas, and deals with them in unprecedented depth. It presents seven critical and historical essays by some of the most important American and European Beethoven specialists of our time. The authors examine the sonatas within the history of the genre, the social and cultural context in which they were written, their significance within Beethoven's life and works, and the issues they raise regarding performance practices of the period.
" ... covers the subject systematically, with the whole repertoire covered, at least to some extent."--Early Music Review, 107 June 2005
|Beethoven's Opus 12 violin sonatas: On the path to his personal style Sieghard Brandenberg|
|"On the beautiful in music": Beethoven's "Spring" sonata for violin and piano, Opus 24 Lewis Lockwood|
|"Sonate, que me veux-tu?": Opus 30, Opus 31 and the anxieties of genre Richard Kramer|
|Beethoven's Opus 47: Balance and virtuosity Suhnne Ahn|
|The introduction to Beethoven's "Kreutzer" sonata: A historical perspective William Drabkin|
|The violin sonata in G major, Opus96: Pastoral, rhetoric, structure Maynard Solomon|
|As if stroked with a bow: Beethoven's keyboard legato and the sonatas for violin and piano Mark Kroll|
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Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 8th July 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8 x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.57