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Period Romantic Piece Style Romantic Instrumentation arpeggione, piano External Links Wikipedia article Extra Information The Arpeggione also known as the "Guitarre d'amour" was a bowed instrument with six strings somewhat between a guitar and a cello invented by the Viennese guitar-maker Johann Georg Stauffer in either or It became obsolete after about 10 years, long before Schubert's sonata was even published.
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Holograph manuscript, November. Mandyczewski Wien, Plate F. New York: E. Kalmus , n. Study Score No. Herrn Dr.
Arranger Ming-Jui Liu. Corrections: 1. F There should be a slur between A5 beat four, m. G There should be a tie for the A minor chord between measure and in the first movement. F There should be a "nat. If you have any feedback for my arrangement, please share it with me. Thank you so much! Arranger Alan Ernest Bonds. Arranger Fred Nachbaur Nachbaur's remarks on his arrangement can be read here. Mainz: Schott Musik International , Plate Arranger Orfeo Mandozzi.
Arranger Jan Mulder fl. Plate V. Arranger Jay Lichtmann. Hartford: Jay Lichtmann. Arranger Paul Klengel — Peters , n. Vincenz Schuster , former guitarist, and probably history's only professional arpeggione player. Wikipedia article. The Arpeggione also known as the "Guitarre d'amour" was a bowed instrument with six strings somewhat between a guitar and a cello invented by the Viennese guitar-maker Johann Georg Stauffer in either or
Arpeggione Sonata, D.821 (Schubert, Franz)
The sonata is the only substantial composition for the arpeggione which was essentially a bowed guitar which remains extant today. The sonata was composed in November , about a month after he had returned to Vienna from his second stay in Zseliz. The piece was probably commissioned by Schubert's friend Vincenz Schuster , who was a virtuoso of the arpeggione, an instrument which had been invented only the previous year. By the time the sonata was published posthumously in , the enthusiasm for the novelty of the arpeggione had long since vanished, together with the instrument itself. Today, the piece is heard almost exclusively in transcriptions for cello and piano or viola and piano that were arranged after the posthumous publication, although versions that substitute other instruments—including double bass , flute , euphonium and clarinet for the arpeggione, or guitar or harp for the piano part—are also performed.
Sonata in A minor D821 "Arpeggione" - Viola
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