All arpeggione-sonata articles
Nicolas Deletaille, arpeggione, and Alain Roudier, fortepiano, play Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata. The arpeggione was invented in 1823 by instrument maker Johann Georg Stauffer in Vienna. It is fretted, has six strings and is tuned like a guitar, but played with a bow like a cello or gamba. Although ...
Maxim Rysanov performs Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, arranged for viola by Dobrinka Tabakova, with DalaSinfoniettan, conducted by Tobias Ringborg at Vinterfest 2011. The violist continues The Strad’s new marked-up sheet music series in association with Henle Verlag with the Arpeggione's first movement – giving bowings, fingerings and ideas for ...