Talk:Piano Sonata No.3, Op.24 (Marschner, Heinrich)

This score contains only the first two movements of the sonata. There must be at least one more for a complete sonata, because the second movement is not in the same key as the first.

Was this an oversight? Is the remainder going to be scanned later? Or was the sonata unfinished by the composer, and only the two movements published?

Whatever the case, an annotation explaining it would be useful. And it would be even better if the remaining movements (if they exist and are available) could be scanned. Thanks. M.J.E. 05:27, 23 August 2008 (EDT)

The score is from here, only the 16-page version is available there. Either they forgot to scan the rest or the sonata has only 2 movements in reality...I don't know. Hobbypianist 15:56, 8 September 2008 (EDT)
  • Problem (partially) solved: Münzer in his book on Marschner mentions four movements and even gives an incipit from the scherzo. Eric 19:07, 11 January 2020 (CET) (The copy at SLUB has 31 pages, rather than 16.)