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Foote, Arthur - Three Character Pieces ("Drei Characterstucke"), Op. 9 - Violin and Piano - Masters Music Publication

Foote, Arthur - Three Character Pieces ("Drei Characterstucke"), Op. 9 - Violin and Piano - Masters Music Publication | 1018 100

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Three Character Pieces ("Drei Characterstucke") for violin and piano, Op. 9 was composed in 1885 and first performed by Foote and violinist Charles Allen on November 30 of that year. 

The first of the Op. 9 pieces is called "Morning Song" ("Morgengesang"). It is a lightly swinging Andante in G major, structured as a three-part da capo form.

The second, Menuetto Serioso, is by contrast in G minor. It begins with a one-measure "Quasi recitativo" opening for violin alone, and then turns into a Moderato grazioso with a trio section in E flat major.

The third piece in Op. 9 is a Romanza (Adagio non troppo) with an animated centerpiece whose simmering sixteenth notes bleed over into the reprise of the opening music.


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Title: Violin Sonata in G Minor
Composer: Claude Debussy
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Masters Music
Instrumentation: Violin and piano
Parts Included: Violin part, piano score
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