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Schubert: Sonata D major for violin and piano - op. /1 D | Universal Edition
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Instruments used included keyboards harpsichord, organ , plucked strings lute, theorbo, guitar, harp , and bowed strings bass viol, violoncello. Andrew Manze Sigiswald Kuijken.
How does what you heard in the recordings compare to what you imagined when looking at the score? How much information do you as a performer expect to see in a score?
Kuijken plays an edition of the Sonata in D Major, Op. Why or why not? What can a performer do to develop the ability to improvise as Manze does? How might using a baroque bow or a baroque instrument help? Click for answer.
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