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Title: Two Short Sonatas Op 49 (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Piano Folio
Publisher: G Schirmer Inc
Arranger: Taub, Robert
Catalog #: 00296696
Series: Gs Performance Editions
Schirmer Performance Editions are designed for piano students and their teachers as well as professional pianists. Pedagogical in nature, these editions offer insightful interpretive suggestions, pertinent fingering, and historical and stylistic commentary. Prepared by renowned artists/teachers, these publicatons provide an accurate, well-informed score resource for pianists. Ludwig vanBeethoven is renowned for his large-scale, innovative piano sonatas and conce rtos, and these works hold a prominent and lasting place in the concert repertoire. Presented in this volume are two short sonatas, Opus 49: Sonata in G minor (No. 1, 1798) and Sonata in G Major (No. 2, 1796). Favorites of many piano teachers, these sonatas are appropriate for intermediate level pianists and are edited and recorde
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