Beethoven Violinsonate Nr. 7

The Violin Sonata No. 7 in C minor by Ludwig van Beethoven, the second of his opus 30 set, was composed between 1801 and 1802, published in May 1803, and dedicated to Tsar Alexander I of Russia. It has four movements. The work's opening movement is the first of Beethoven's sonata first movements that does not repeat the exposition. The development section contains a theme not found in the exposition (this happens in earlier compositions such as the fourth violin sonata also). The autograph to the sonata turned up in a collection built up by H. C. Bodmer in Zurich, discovered in the mid-20th century. The work takes approximately 26 minutes to perform.
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Violin sonata no. 7 in Cm, Op. 30 no. 2 - I. Allegro con brio
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Violin sonata no. 7 in Cm, Op. 30 no. 2 - II. Adagio cantabile
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Violin sonata no. 7 in Cm, Op. 30 no. 2 - III. Scherzo Allegro
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Violin sonata no. 7 in Cm, Op. 30 no. 2 - IV. Finale Allegro, Presto
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Violin sonata no. 7 in Cm, Op. 30 no. 2 - Complete Performance
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