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Sonata for Cello and Piano

Work Details


23 minutes

First Performance

Private performance in Dessau with the dedicatee, cellist Fritz Rupprecht, in mid-August 1920 (Weill at the piano).

First known public performance: Berliner Festwochen in 1975, Siegfried Palm (cello), Aloys Kontarsky (piano).

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  • 1) Allegro ma non troppo
  • 2) Andante espressivo
  • 3) Allegro assai

  • Instrumentation

    • Cello
    • Piano

Kurt Weill Edition, Series II, Volume 1
(full score)

  • Introductory Essay
  • Critical Report
  • Corrigenda

European American Music, EA 847
(based on critical edition)

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