The Unknown Beethoven. Beethoven: Cello Sonata in E flat major op.64 (arr. Kleinheinz?), works for mandolin and piano (arr. Berger)

Julius-Berger

‘Unknown’ doesn’t really apply to the Sonata op.64, whose six movements are immediately familiar as the String Trio op.3. As in Beethoven’s other cello sonatas the pianist has the lead, here frequently taking over first violin and cello parts while the cello plays the trio’s viola line. Julius Berger’s essay ...

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