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Publishing Houses Release Competing Paganini Editions

Recent Doblinger and Henle urtext editions of the ‘24 Caprices’ are similar in scholarship, different in layout

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Troublesome Duo for Violin & Cello Becomes Turning Point

Ravel’s efforts in expanding his sonata proved well worth the effort

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Cool Katz. Hangin’ with Fred Katz, the Father of Jazz Cello

Composer for stage and film took cello in new direction in the 1950s

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Beethoven Sonatas Reveal the Composer at a Point of Personal & Musical Transition 

A survey of the articulations and accents in the Sonatas for violin and piano, Op. 12

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Mozart's 'Wunderkind' Sonatas: A Body of Work That Is a Wonder to Behold

Childhood violin and piano sonatas amazed his contemporaries and foreshadowed his later works

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The Greatest Violin Sonata That J.S. Bach Never Wrote

Is the classic Toccata and Fugue in D minor for organ really a lost violin piece? And just who wrote it?

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A Mighty Cello Work Driven by Psychological Tumult

Beethoven’s Cello Sonata, Op. 69, reflects the dual nature of the composer’s life and career

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Rachel Barton Pine—Solo Violin Work Dedicated to the Rebirth of a Nation

Mohammed Fairouz’s Sonata for solo violin is a personal and a political statement

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The Cello Sonatas that Sealed Beethoven’s Reputation for Genius

Beethoven’s Sonata in F major for cello and piano, Op. 5, No. 1;

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