Piano Sonata A Major Op. Posth. 120 D 664
(ed. Paul Mies, fing. Hans-Martin Theopold)
Schubert occupied himself intensively with the sonata form in 1818/19. The results, to put it like this, led to the creation of this piano sonata in A major, probably in summer 1819, thus at about the same time as the Trout Quintet. Not surprisingly, it exudes a serene spring feeling. One of Schubert's major sonatas, the work imposes considerable technical demands on the performer, but can still be mastered by non-professional pianists.
Publisher: Henle Urtext Edition
Item Number: HL 51480157
Series: Henle Music Folios
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