Hindemith: Viola Sonatas op.11 no.4 & op.25 no.4, Solo Viola Sonatas op.11 no.5 & op.25 no.1


Paul Hindemith wrote all his viola music for his own use during his years as a soloist. The earliest piece is one of the most popular: the Sonata for viola and piano op.11 no.4 of 1919, consisting of a Fantasie followed by an extended set of variations. One of the ...

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