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Scores and Parts
||First edition (reprint)
||Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, No.1919, 1920. Plate 30596. 1948 renewal.
||600dpi. Originally uploaded to the U.S. server by user Madcapellan.
Oliver Colbentson, violin & Erich Appel, piano
||Sonate in D für Klavier und Geige ; Sonate (D) für Violine und Pianoforte (Schott)
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- 1. Erster Teil:
- Lebhaft - Langsam - Fleißend - ein wenig fleißender - neu ausholend - Lebhaft -
Sehr stürmisch und stets stark drängen - Stets wild, ungebändigt - Langsam -
Fleißend - ein wenig fleißender - neu ausholend - Viel Lebhafter/stets treiben - Prestissimo
- 2. Zweiter Teil:
- Ruhig und gemessen - Fleißender/Breit/Mäßig schnell/Lebhaft/Ruhig - Wie am Anfang
- 3. Dritter Teil:
- Im Zeitmaß und Charakter eines geschwinden Tanzes. Frisch und stets bewegt -
Wieder sehr fleißend/Nicht zurückhalten/Breit
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1920-04-10 in Frankfurt am Main
- Max Strub (violin), Eduard Zuckmayer (piano)
||1920 – Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne
||Für Abdul (Alfred) Linder und seine Frau Olly Linder
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1920), p.138
- Key "in D", but mode is deliberately not specified (for reasons that become clear within seconds of the beginning of the piece.)
- Originally titled "Sonatine" on title page of autograph score; Hindemith consistently referred to the piece as "für Klavier und Violine." Numbered Op.11 No.3 before publication. Autograph manuscript discovered after publication in SW V/6; see SW V/7, pp. 166-68 for a description. Occasionally referred to as his violin sonata "No.2" in some older sources, but never by Hindemith himself.
- -Paul Hindemith: A Research and Information Guide