Six Sonates pour Violon Seul, Op. 27 by Eugene Ysaye (1858-1931). For Violin (Violin). String Solo. Classical Period and 20th Century. Difficulty: difficult. Violin solo book. Standard notation and bowings. Op. 27. 51 pages. G. Schirmer #ED2049. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50328490).
With standard notation and bowings. Classical Period and 20th Century. 9x12 inches.
For unaccompanied violin.
Location: from Ithaca, NY
Location: from Tuscaloosa, AL
November 11, 2008
There are a fair number of misprints in this edition (wrong notes & wrong rhythms). For a while this was the only edition available of the Solo Sonatas but now there is a relatively new Henle edition which is better. Misprints have been fixed and it has also been designed...
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Location: from Bellevue, NE
February 19, 2007
These sonatas are some of the most challenging pieces for the violin. However, Ysaye wrote them in a very comfortable way because he himself was a tremendous violinist. A must in any professional violinist's repetoire!
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