Notturno in D major, Op. 42

The Op. 42 Notturno for viola and piano is an arrangement of the 1796-97 Serenade in D, Op. 8, which was scored for violin, viola and cello. But it was not the composer who reduced it to piano and viola here. F. X. Kleinheinz did the arrangement and presented it to Beethoven, who corrected it and approved it for publication in 1804. In the same year Kleinheinz also fashioned an arrangement of Beethoven's Op. 25 Serenade for flute (or violin) and piano, with the composer once more making emendations he deemed ... more

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