Sonatina in D
"Sonatina in D" is an arrangement of the first movement from Franz Schubert's original composition for violin and piano (op. 137, D. 384). Schubert composed the small sonata in March 1816, when he was just 20 years old. The petite and intimate nature of the work earned it the description "sonatina," and it has become a cornerstone of young violinists' repertoire throughout the world.
Arranger Andrew Dabczynski has beautifully transferred the magic of the original violin / piano work into this beautiful, idiomatic string orchestra setting in Sonata Form.
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