Franz Schubert: Sonata In A Minor 'Arpeggione' (Flute/Piano)
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Schubert's Sonata In A Minor, subtitled Arpeggione was written in 1824, and was inspired by an instrument invented by Mr. Georg Staufer, which Schubert referred to as an Arpeggione. The instrument was a mixture of a Guitar and a Cello, and was held between the knees like a Cello, but had frets on the fingerboard like a Guitar.
This edition of the work has been wonderfully arranged for Flute and Piano by Peter Lukas Graf.