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Sonatina for Piano and Violin in G major Op. 100

By Antonin Dvorak

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Strings Piano, Violin (Violin and Piano) - Henle Level 5
Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Sonja Gerlach and Zdenka Pikova. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. With marked and unmarked string parts. TCL 2016 Grade: 5. Classical. Softcover. 56 pages. G. Henle #HN413. Published by G. Henle (HL.51480413).

Item Number: HL.51480413

ISBN 9790201804132. 9.25x12.25 inches.

Dvorák's famous Symphony from the New World abounds in melodic turns and phrases that call up the atmosphere of “Indian melodies” and spirituals. Among them are pentatonic (five-tone) tunes, and syncopated rhythms. Tender melodies from the same sound-world also reside in this Sonatina for violin and piano op. 100, written during his first residency in America between 1892 and 1894, transforming the four-movement Sonatina into a charming chamber-music piece. Dvorák dedicated the work to his children Otilie (aged 15) and Antonin (10), and it is in keeping with the abilities of the young pianist daughter and little violinist son. Nevertheless, Dvorák writes: “grown-up adults should also be able to take enjoyment in these pieces in the same way that they can.” The carefully-prepared Henle Urtext edition boasts an extensive preface concerning the source materials, and is based on the autograph and the first edition published by Simrock.

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  • 3

    Coryphaeus
    Location:
    Seattle, WA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • January 24, 2009 Children's Sonatina

    The Urtext at first seemed not too different from the original 1894 publication by N. Simrock, Berlin. But, there are significant bowing and fingering changes that change how the music sounds when the Urtext is used, which I found more difficult than the N. Simrock edition. Although I like having...

    Urtext editions, and generally prefer them to other publications of the same piece, I prefer the N. Simrock version to this Urtext. Dvorak's children were obviously intermediate/advanced players if they were able to play this piece at ages 10 and 15, son-violin and daughter-piano, respectively. A careful listening will help you hear the pentatonic scales and syncopated rhythms of the Indian melodies and Negro spirituals Dvorak had heard in the U.S., which partially inspired the composition. Understanding and noting these things added to my enjoyment of playing this piece. I will be performing the piece at a family gathering in June 2009 with my older brother.

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  • 4

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Miami, FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 18, 2007 A Great Piece

    I have enjoyed playing this seemingly easy piece. It's inflections are so intricate that it was a lot more fun than I thought it would be.

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    Anonymous
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  • April 06, 2007 Fun to play

    The third movement of this piece is especially fun to play.

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  • 5

    L.Story
    Location:
    Massachusetts
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • January 28, 2004 clean and interesting edition

    The usual top-notch Henle quality. The editing of the violin part is brilliant, with fingerings the way a pro would play it. (If these annoy you there's also a Wiener Urtext edition, but I like them.)

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