Complete violin Sonatas Volume 3. Sonatas Nos. 8, 9, 10

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Complete violin Sonatas Volume 3. Sonatas Nos. 8, 9, 10

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dc.contributor.other Ludwig van Beethoven es
dc.contributor.other Jascha Heifetz es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-28T01:59:01Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-28T01:59:01Z
dc.date.copyright 1988 es
dc.date.issued 2012-07-27
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/200
dc.description.abstract Beethoven composed the Sonatas for Violin and Piano, Op. 30 in 1801-02, completing most of the work between March and May of 1802, after moving to Heiligenstadt in an attempt to improve his hearing. The three sonatas, in A major, C minor and G major, were published in 1803 by Bureau des Arts et d'Industrie in Vienna. The dedication of the Op. 30 sonatas, to Czar Alexander I of Russia, seems to have gone unacknowledged (evidence suggesting the gift of a diamond ring is unreliable), although Alexander was later one of ten subscribers to the Missa Solemnis. It is possible that Beethoven received a sum of money for the sonatas in 1814, after presenting the Czar's wife the Polonaise, Op. 89. The Op. 30 sonatas developed during a traumatic period in Beethoven's life when he was forced to admit to himself that he was losing his hearing. In October 1802, only four months after completing the Op. 30 set, Beethoven wrote what is now called the Heiligenstadt Testament, in which he attempts to admit to his brothers, and indeed to all people, that he is going deaf. In this amazing document, which appears never to have been sent, the composer discloses that he had seriously considered suicide. Despite, or possibly because of this psychological suffering, Beethoven completed his Second Symphony, the Bagatelles Op. 33, the Op. 31 Piano Sonatas and the Op. 30 Violin Sonatas during the spring, summer and fall of 1802. Overflowing with Haydnesque humor, the first movement of the Sonata in G Major eschews the relaxed, lilting lyricism of the A-major sonata and the somber dramatic power of the C-minor. Surprises abound, including tiny touches such as the squeaky violin punctuation at the end of the opening four-measure phrase, and the much more significant move to the dominant minor for the second theme. Motives and themes either rise or plummet, never arching in a Mozartean manner, and the main theme resembles the rising arpeggio gestures associated with the Mannheim composers, often called the "Mannheim Rocket." After the development section, which is dominated by the first theme and a trill figure drawn from the closing material, the recapitulation resolves the second theme to the tonic, but Beethoven retains the minor mode. The second movement, marked Tempo di Minuetto, is in E-flat major. The outer sections of the ABA'(coda), song-like movement vacillate between E-flat major and G minor, while the contrasting central section spirals into E-flat minor shortly before the return of A. The subdued warmth that permeates this movement is unusual in Beethoven's music. Humor seems to be the main ingredient in the finale, which is like a rondo but with an important exception: there is only one theme for both the episodes and the rondo. The theme has two elements, one consisting of rapid sixteenth-notes and the other of repeated eight-notes. The theme appears in several harmonies, including the distantly related E-flat major, the key of the second movement. As in the first two movements, an arpeggiated figure is an important part of the main theme. es
dc.description.tableofcontents Complete Violin Sonatas Volume 3 Sonatas Nos. 8, 9, 10 Sonatas No. 8 in G Op. 30 No. 3 ; Allegro assai, Tempo di minuetto ma molto moderato e grazioso, Allegro vivace-- Sonata No. 9 in A Op. 47 “Kreutzer” ; Adagio sostenuto. Presto, Andante with Variations, Variation I, Variation II, Variation III, Variation IV, Presto-- Sonata No. 10 in G Op. 96 ; Allegro moderato, Adagio espressivo, Scherzo Allegro, Poco allegretto-- es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom : Stereo; 4 3/4 plg es
dc.language.iso en_US es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M. Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 20061823 es
dc.subject.lcsh Sonatas (Violin and piano) es
dc.title Complete violin Sonatas Volume 3. Sonatas Nos. 8, 9, 10 es
dc.title.alternative Sonatas de violín completa Volumen 3. Sonatas Nos. 8, 9, 10 es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.rights.holder BMG Music es
dc.identifier.classification 078635770629 es
dc.subject.cdu Bee.07 es


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3. Sonata No. 8 ... No. 3 - Allegro vivace.mp3 3:17 4.514Mb Unknown mp3
6. Sonata No. 9 ... eutzer'' - Variation I.mp3 1:59 2.736Mb Unknown mp3
7. Sonata No. 9 ... utzer'' - Variation II.mp3 1:42 2.337Mb Unknown mp3
8. Sonata No. 9 ... tzer'' - Variation III.mp3 2:33 3.497Mb Unknown mp3
9. Sonata No. 9 ... utzer'' - Variation IV.mp3 5:09 7.065Mb Unknown mp3
10. Sonata No. ... ''Kreutzer'' - Presto.mp3 7:41 10.53Mb Unknown mp3
11. Sonata No. ... 96 - Allegro moderato.mp3 8:43 11.96Mb Unknown mp3
12. Sonata No. ... 96 - Adagio espressivo.mp3 5:04 6.942Mb Unknown mp3
13. Sonata No. ... 96 - Scherzo; Allegro.mp3 1:44 2.377Mb Unknown mp3
14. Sonata No. ... . 96 - Poco allegretto.mp3 7:33 10.36Mb Unknown mp3
Symphony No. 8 in G Op. 30 No. 3 - Completo.wav 17:23 175.4Mb WAV audio wav
Sonata No. 9 in ... 'Kreutzer'' - Completo.wav 31:15 315.4Mb WAV audio wav
Sonata No. 10 in G Op. 96 - Completo.wav 22:56 231.4Mb WAV audio wav
1. Sonata No. 8 ... No. 3 - Allegro assai.mp3 6:10 8.451Mb Unknown mp3
2. Sonatas No. ... to moderato e grazioso.mp3 8:01 11.00Mb Unknown mp3
4. Sonata No. 9 ... agio Sostenuto; Presto.mp3 10:03 13.77Mb Unknown mp3
5. Sonata No. 9 ... ndante with Variations.mp3 2:25 3.319Mb Unknown mp3

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