Antonín Dvorák: Sonatina For Piano And Violin In G Op.100

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Publisher: Henle Verlag
Composer: Antonin Dvorak
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Sonatina In G, Op.100 was written in New York in 1893. Scored for Violin and Piano, it comprises four movements: Allegro Risoluto - Larghetto (Indian Lament) - Scherzo and Trio: Molto Vivace - Finale: Allegro. It was intended for the composer’s children, making the simple melodic lines and unadorned harmonies an accessible favourite of many young violinists. A delightful and rewarding piece, it is perfect for any recital.

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) was best known for his New World Symphony, composed in the short time he spent in America – the rest of his career was spent in his native Bohemia and the rest of Europe.

No of pages: 36
Language: English, French, German
Catalogue No: HN413
 
     
       
         

          Antonn Dvork: Sonatina For Piano And Violin In G Op.100 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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          10 out of 10

          Caroline

          Isle of Man GB
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          It arrived the day after it had been ordered which was fab especially as it had to get to the Isle of Man.
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          Confirmed purchase: 14 November 2014
          Published on: 28 November 2014
          10 out of 10

          Tony

          Dudley GB pianist, composer and teacher
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          Just performed this delightful piece in St Martins Church, Birmingham. It is such an open, fresh sounding composition with many lovely, often simple touches, and all the melodic and harmonic freshness of the New World Symphony. A lovely concert warm up piece.
          Can't wait to play it again!
          Confirmed purchase: 16 December 2013
          Published on: 11 July 2014

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          5
          I'm looking forward to revisiting this piece after 35 years. It is a charming piece showing much of the American influence of the New World Symphony. The music is immediate and accessible, and the melodies are so memorable, many of a folk like character. The last movement is also exciting and rhythmic, a good finale piece. Not overly challenging to play, but very rewarding.
          Anonymous - (Dudley, United Kingdom)

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