Sonata No. 2, viola and piano
Schelb, JosefBreitkopf & Härtel.
- EAN: 9790004187210
- ISBN: 979-0-004-18721-0
- Código del editor: EB 8992
- Editorial: Breitkopf & Härtel
- Encuadernación: Rústica
- Nº páginas: 52
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Edición de / Edited by: Schelb, Albert
With his 2nd Viola Sonata from 1959, Josef Schelb (1894-1977) gave the viola a representative work with the potential for a significant concert career - despite the wealth of repertoire of this instrument, which has been popular from the Baroque to the present. Josef Schelb, an exponent of the 20th-century?s so-called "classical modernism," knew how to use a wide range of the instrument?s tonal possibilities for his typical, unmistakable personal style of those years, combining atonal-to-dodecaphonic structures with contrapuntal composing techniques. In the work?s four movements, sharply contrasting in tempo and expression, the emotional tension ranges from a lyrical, contemplative inwardness via a humorous, dance-like ease to expressive, rhythmically intricate staccato formulas. Originality, compositional mastery, inventiveness, and high viola characterstics - coupled with a considerable demand of virtuosity - are features of this work, now available for the first time in a published edition.