3 Sonatinas, Op.137 (Schubert, Franz)

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Scores and Parts

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Publisher. Info. New York: Carl Fischer, No.420, 1906. Plate 9862.
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Editor Clemens Schultze-Biesantz (1876–1935)
Manuel Dello (fl.1900)
Publisher. Info. Braunschweig: Henry Litolff's Verlag, No.2449, n.d.
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Misc. Notes From the uploader's library. The page sequence is non-continuous, indicating the 3 formerly independent sonatas were stitched together by the publisher. This edition is notable for its quite numerous footnotes referring to the original editions.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Cello and Piano (Goltermann)

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Arranger Georg Goltermann (1824-1898)
Publisher. Info. Offenbach: Johann André, n.d.[1891]. Plate André 14089.
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General Information

Work Title 3 Violin Sonatinas
Alternative. Title See comments below
Composer Schubert, Franz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.137 ; D.384, 385, 408
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 sonatinas
  1. Violin Sonata in D major, D.384
  2. Violin Sonata in A minor, D.385
  3. Violin Sonata in G minor, D.408
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1816
First Publication. 1836
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, piano
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Misc. Comments

Schubert wrote the word "Sonata" in the heading of every manuscript of these pieces. It was Diabelli who, probably in the hope of increasing sales, gave them the title of "Sonatinen".