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  1. Arashizil Reply
    Aug 01,  · 1. Sonata c minor, D 2. Sonata D major, D 3. Sonata A major, D 4. Sonata B-flat major, D 5. Sonata a minor, D 6. Sonata G major, D 7. Sonata A major, D 8. Sonata a minor, D Apart from the first two that can be set apart as very hard, differencences among the other sonatas are less important imo.
  2. Mizragore Reply
    Jul 19,  · Franz Schubert Piano sonata D I. Molto moderato II. Andante sostenuto III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace con delicatezza IV. Allegro, ma .
  3. Mashakar Reply
    Dec 04,  · - Composer: Franz Peter Schubert (31 January -- 19 November ) - Performer: Grigori Sokolov - Year of recording: (Live in Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Piano Sonata No. 19 in C .
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    Schubert: Piano Sonata No. 2 in C major, D, etc.. Arts: Buy CD or download online. Massimiliano Damerini (piano).
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    Jun 25,  · This album contains two piano sonatas by Schubert, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics. Online purchase or streaming .
  6. Samukinos Reply
    The Piano Sonata No. 16 in C major, K. , by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was described by Mozart himself in his own thematic catalogue as "for beginners", and it is sometimes known by the nickname Sonata facile or Sonata semplice.. Mozart added the work to his catalogue on June 26, , the same date as his Symphony No. The exact circumstances of the work's composition are not known, .
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    Uchida swan dives into the “little” A major Sonata’s first note and holds it forever until she swoons into the opening phrase proper. The pianism is marvelous, of course, and few self-professed Schubert specialists could claim Uchida’s suave navigation of the difficult-to .
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    Franz Schubert's Piano Sonata in A minor, D (posthumously published as Op. ), is one of Schubert's major compositions for the piano. Schubert composed the work in February , perhaps as a response to his illness the year jefffunkphyfabagcontringsordorushito.coinfo was however not published until , eleven years after his death. It was given the opus number and a dedication to Felix Mendelssohn by its publishers.
  9. Yoktilar Reply
    According to Deutsch (pp), ms. "unknown, Former owner: Eduard Schneider, Vienna (c)". (as in lost?) (Deutsch also contains the publication and premiere information, etc.) The title "duo" comes from the publisher Diabelli, posthumously, not from Schubert. Published in but .

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