Violin Sonata, Op.26 (Brandts Buys, Jan)

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 I. Allegro
#282194 - 6.79MB - 7:25 -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - - !N/!N/!N - 111x

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Matesic (2013/5/24)

 II. Sehr langsam
#282195 - 6.38MB - 6:58 -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - - !N/!N/!N - 60x

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 III. Rondo. Presto ma non troppo capriccioso
#282196 - 6.37MB - 6:57 -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - - !N/!N/!N - 60x

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Steve Jones (violin, synthesized piano)

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Steve Jones

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 Piano Score
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 Violin Part
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PMLP456240-BrandtsBuys Violin Sonata op26 Piano.pdf
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First edition (reprint)

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Vienna: J.M. Welleminsky, 1910. Plate J.M.W. 2.

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Vienna: Josef Weinberger, 1916.

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General Information

Work Title Violin Sonata
Alternative Title
Composer Brandts Buys, Jan
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.26
Key A minor
Movements/Sections 3 movements:
  1. Allegro
  2. Sehr langsam - L'istesso tempo (9/8) - Tempo I (D major)
  3. Rondo. Presto ma non troppo capriccioso (F minor)
First Publication 1910
Average Duration 22–25 minutes ca.
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Violin, piano


Misc. Comments

Note on the second movement: L'istesso tempo means, as here, that the beat remains constant though the meter has changed. "All that has changed is the subdivision of the beat" - from Music.vt.edu. (So not the same as Tempo I, and so the return to Sehr langsam (Tempo I) with the return of the opening 3/4 meter is not redundant.)

The sonata begins in A minor and concludes in F minor (or does it? The bass chord of the finale in the last bar is an A major chord - unless there is a treble clef missing two bars before the end, and an ottava-treble missing in the right hand so that the hands don't clash if that is so. If not, then it's bitonal - Non troppo capriccioso indeed, for such a basically Romantic composer?) - Schissel

(Commercial recording on the Aliud label - see Description of CD.)

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