Talk:Violin Sonata (Franck, César)

Should this page be titled Sonata instead as it was written for violin and piano as well as cello and piano? There are also versions for Piano 2 hands and Piano 4 hands. The first cello version of this composition was created by the famed cellist of Franck's generation, Jules Delsart, although rumors have circulated that Franck originally conceived the work for cello and later designated it for violin after deciding to give it to Ysaÿe as a wedding present. At any rate, the Delsart version was known before the composer's death, and the second edition of the sonata, presumably prepared with the composer's blessing, indicated the possibility of playing the work on either instrument. Generoso 07:28, 14 September 2011 (UTC)