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Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano

Music Minus One Violin

By Ludwig van Beethoven

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Violin, Piano Accompaniment
Music Minus One Violin. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Music Minus One. Classical Period, Romantic Period and Play Along. Softcover Audio Online (solo part only). With standard notation (with fingerings). 112 pages. Music Minus One #MMO3186. Published by Music Minus One (HL.400141).

Item Number: HL.400141

ISBN 1596157437. 9x12 inches.

This seminal collection of sonatas is a cornerstone of the chamber literature and prime training ground for all future virtuosi. Written over the course of about 15 years, from 1797 to 1812, these complete sonatas for violin and piano show assured compositional mastery throughout.

The online audio includes the complete performance of each sonata featuring virtuoso Mario Hossen, with additional tracks minus the soloist that allow you to play along with master pianist Sung-Suk Kang. This collection is vital to the developing violinist and it contains a wealth of material to provide a lifetime of enjoyment.

Sonatas include: Violin Sonata, No. 1 in D Major, Op. 12, No. 1 • Violin Sonata, No. 2 in A Major, Op. 12, No. 2 • Violin Sonata, No. 3 in E flat Major, Op. 12, No. 3 • Violin Sonata, No. 4 in A Minor, Op. 23 • Violin Sonata, No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 (Spring) • Violin Sonata, No. 6 in A Major, Op. 30, No. 1 • Violin Sonata, No. 7 in C Minor, Op. 30, No. 2 • Violin Sonata, No. 8 in G Major, Op. 30, No. 3 • Violin Sonata, No. 9 in A Major, Op. 47 (Kreutzer) • Violin Sonata, No. 10 in G Major, Op. 96.

The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.

  • Violin Sonata No. 1, op. 12, no. 1   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 2, op. 12, no. 2   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 3, op. 12, no. 3   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 4, op. 23   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 5, op. 24   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 6, op. 30, no. 1   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 7, op. 30, no. 2   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 8, op. 30, no. 3   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 9, op. 47   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Violin Sonata No. 10, op. 96   Performed by Mario Hossen; Sung-Suk Kang;Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Portland, OR
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • 2016-09-30 18:58:59.0 Fun. . . but with problems

    The Beethoven Violin Sonatas are truly duos for the violin and piano. So being able to play with the piano part really gives you a much better understanding of the music and phrasing. It's nice to play a well played human (as opposed to midi files) with nuanced interpretation...

    (and the pianist is quite good). But there are problems. First--errors. For example, in the 10th sonata, the pianist track skips one of the repeated measures at the end of the exposition before the second ending. She also skips a measure of rest in the slow movement. There are some count ins that are missing where you have to blindly guess where to come in. Also, there are problematic freedom that the pianist takes with the tempo. There is no good way to "read" the pianist when she rushes or slows down for (in my opinion) a real good reason. (See 1st movement of 3rd sonata or 2nd movement of 8th sonata). I guess this happens in real life with real pianists--but it would be nice if the tempi were more stable

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  • 5

    F. Sekiguchi
    Location:
    Tokyo, Japan
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • 2008-01-17 00:00:00.0 Good performances!

    Mario and Sung-Suk are very good players. Students or Amateurs cannot get the chance to play with such good players. Their performances are delicate, clear-cut and sophisticated. They will gives us a lot of impulses for playing a violin. It is good to involve piano score. Other mimus...

    ones have no piano score, so we need to get the sheetmusic to play with a pianist.

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