Strauss Violin Sonata in E-flat major, Op. 18

The Violin Sonata in E-flat, Op. 18 was written by Richard Strauss between 1887-8. Although not considered a milestone in violin literature, it is frequently performed and recorded. It is often noted for its lyrical beauty and its technical demands made on both violinist and pianist. Like all of his chamber music, Strauss' sonata follows standard classical form, though it is considered the last of his works to do so. The piece is in three movements, and takes approximately thirty minutes to perform. The second movement is unique in that it is an Improvisation; that is, the tranquil violin passages give the impression of improvisational material. This movement maintains a beautiful singing tone throughout, and ends meditatively.
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Richard Strauss, Sonate Es-Dur fur Violine und Klavier, Op. 18, I. Allegro, ma non troppo.wmv
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Richard Strauss, Sonate Es Dur fur Violine und Klavier, Op 18, II Improvisation Andante cantabile
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Richard Strauss, Sonate Es-Dur fur Violine und Klavier, Op. 18, III. Finale. Andante - Allegro.wmv
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