Beethoven's Sonata Number 4 in C Major for Cello and Piano was composed in 1815, during which time Beethoven was beginning to encounter an overwhelming number of difficulties, physical and social. When published in 1817, listeners didn't know how to react to this sonata. Featuring only two movements, the cello alone begins the sonata and, when joined by the piano, retains a leading role, complementing the piano in the melody. The second and final movement, by contrast, is an exciting fugue with an unexpected ending...
Edited by Fournier, published by International Music Company.
Difficulty: Asta Grade 6
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