Violin Sonata No.3 'Romantica' (Morgan, Francis J.)

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Performer Pages Steve Jones (violin, synthesized piano)
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Publisher. Info. London: Goodwin and Tabb, Ltd., 1923.
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General Information

Work Title Violin Sonata No.3
Alternative. Title Sonata Romantica
Composer Morgan, Francis J.
Key D minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements
I. Andante. Moderato. Allegro moderato
II. Lento
III. Allegro scherzando
IV. Moderato
First Publication. 1923 – London: Goodwin and Tabb, Ltd.
Copyright Information Most likely public domain in the USA, despite publication date.

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Dedication Dan Macmillan
Average DurationAvg. Duration 28 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Violin, piano


Misc. Comments

Not absolutely positive about key assignment- it opens with a bit of D minor, then what seems to be the main part of the first movement enters in B, etc., then the first movement ends in D minor- the finale begins and ends in D (minor to major) - Schumann's first string quartet does something similar (A minor opening, F major Allegro, finale in A minor) and is usually considered as being in A minor, but one can cite examples the other way... hrrmm. (Cobbett's agrees with me I gather, open to any information that may turn up as to the composer's intentions. Hoping for more information biographical and otherwise about the composer anyway, but that which has been unearthed has taken some digging, it seems...) - Schissel