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 - 159x

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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 - 83x

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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 - 75x

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Matesic (2013/5/24)

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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.
Composer Time Period Early 20th century
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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