Cello Sonata, Op.101 (Graener, Paul)

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

PDF scanned by Andrew S. Kohler
ASKOpus111 (2015/5/2)

Editor First edition
Engraver Leipzig: C.G. Röder.
Publisher. Info. Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 1935. Plate 20327.
Copyright
Misc. Notes Also note Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1935), p.206.
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General Information

Work Title Cello Sonata
Alternative. Title Sonata for Cello and Piano ; Sonate für Violoncell und Klavier
Composer Graener, Paul
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.101
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 Movements
I. Grave — In ruhiger Bewegung, gesangeich
II. Allegretto — Etwas gemächlich
III. Langsam, sehr ausdruckvoll
IV. Kräftig bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell
First Performance. 1935 October, Brandenburg
  • Grümmer, Graener
First Publication. 1935 – Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock
Copyright Information U.S. copyright status: copyright renewed 1963 (R314033)

In the USA, This item is not in the public domain because it was renewed 28 years after first publication with a proper notice or it was "restored" to copyright status via a Notice of Intent to Enforce (NIE) under the provisions of the GATT/TRIPS amendments. It will enter the US public domain on January 1st, 2031.

Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation cello, piano

Misc. Comments

Grümmer might be Karl or Paul Grümmer? (The former (if not a typo in NZM?) performed in Emil Frey's cello concerto, it seems, the latter (1879-1965) was cellist in the Busch Quartet?) The latter seems more likely.