Sonata alla leggenda (Fryklöf, Harald)


Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Schalltrichter (2016/7/23)

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Editor First edition (corrected reprint)
Publisher. Info. Stockholm: Musikaliska Konstföreningen, 1919.
Reprinted Stockholm: Levande musikarv, 2015.
Misc. Notes Prefaces and editorial notes are © Levande Musikarv and have been included here courtesy of the copyright owner.
ISMN: 979-0-66166-151-1. Made available by courtesy of SMH
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Charles Alvinus Barkel (1896–1973)

Publisher Info.:

Stockholm: Musikaliska Konstföreningen, 1919.


Stockholm: A-B Nordiska Musikförlaget, (1947). Plate NMS 3200.


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General Information

Work Title Sonata alla leggenda
Alternative. Title
Composer Fryklöf, Harald
Key C major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements:
  1. Allegro moderato (C major)
  2. Andante (E major)
  3. Vivace ma discrezione - Allegro commodo e giocoso (A minor)
First Performance. 1919 in Copenhagen, Nordic Music Festival
First Publication. 1919 – Stockholm: Musikaliska konstföreningen
Average DurationAvg. Duration 27 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, piano
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Misc. Comments

Recorded in LP days with Peterson-Berger's sonata in G of 1910. (This recording seems to have been reissued in 2012 on Caprice- or that may be another recording of the work by the late Charles Barkel with Carin Gilles-Rybrant, piano- ah, no, the performers on the LP were quite different, Karl-Ove Mannberg, violin ; Elisif Lundén-Bergfelt, piano.) (They did record the work in 1951 for Swedish Radio - see SMDB. This could be the source of the 2012 CD.)