Violin Sonata No.9, Op.47 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)
Paul Rosenthal, violin
Edward Auer, piano
Performed 1982. Seattle: Lakeside School
Scores and Parts
The only surviving complete manuscript score of this work, penned by four of the composer's principal copyists, with extensive revisions by Beethoven as well as by his pupil Ferdinand Ries.
Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d.. Plate 422.
London: Monzani & Hill, n.d.[1820-25].
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Violins, Viola and 2 Cellos (Beethoven)
Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d.. Plate 3037.
This is the Kreutzer Sonata for Cello Quintet (2 violins, viola and 2 cellos) in A major, Op.27. It was perhaps arranged by Beethoven himself after his own Kreutzer Sonata. Scanned and a huge amount of manually cleaning by Generoso.
For Cello and Piano (Czerny)
For Cello and Piano (Franchomme)
For 2 Pianos 4 hands (Langer)
For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich, Wittmann)
Duos, Trios, Quartette, Quintette, Sextette von L. van Beethoven
Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d. Plate 5425d.
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For Piano solo (Godowsky)
For Piano solo (Winkler)
For Orchestra (Tchaikovsky)
Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)
Irina Iordan (1910–1976)
P.I. Tchaikovsky: Complete Collected Works, vol.58 (Полное собрание сочинений).
Moscow: Muzyka, 1967. Plate 3534.
New York: Edwin F. Kalmus, n.d.(after 1968). Orchestral Series No.602
2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (A), 2 bassoons
4 horns (A, E), 2 trumpets (E), 3 trombones (alto, tenor, bass), timpani, strings
Tchaikovsky only orchestrated the exposition of the sonata's opening movement (to bar 190)
For Organ (André)
For Guitar (Tárrega)
|Work Title||Violin Sonata No.9 in A major|
|Alternative Title||Kreutzer Sonata|
|Composer||Beethoven, Ludwig van|
|Year/Date of Composition||1802-04|
|First Publication||1805 – Bonn: N. Simrock|
|Average Duration||43-45 minutes|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|