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19 piano sonatas and 2 sonatas for piano duet


His two sonatas for clarinet op. 120 were composed in 1894


He composed 18 piano sonatas.


What now it's called Bach's sonatas for cello and piano, are the 3 sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord BWV 1027-1029. The second sonata, BWV 1028 is in the tonality of D major.


piano and cello look it up at wiki lol


Johannes Brahms composed four concerti: two piano concerti, a violin concerto and a double concerto for violin, cello and orchestra. (The word "concerto" is traditionally defined as singular; whereas the plural form of the term is "concerti".)


piano, cello, violin, voice, choir


Only 1, but that sonata is really long and difficult.


He wrote piano music, solo (with piano accompaniment) pieces for violin and cello. He wrote pieces with orchestral accompaniment for piano, violin, and cello. He wrote chamber music for string quartet and for piano trio (piano, violin and cello). Most of his music is orchestral and operas.


Beethoven's major accomplishes includes (but are not limited to) being one of Vienna's leading pianist, his composition of piano sonatas, cello sonatas, and violin sonatas. He also composed his first Symphony in 1800.


Beethoven did not compose music for singers. He only composed symphonies for orchestras, piano sonatas for pianos, and violin concerto for orchestra and violin.


Mozart wrote 18 sonatas for solo piano.


The Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello by Johann Sebastian Bach are some of the most performed and recognizable solo compositions ever written for cello. This were the most famous. Vivaldi wrote several concertos for cello and orchestra. But for some reason it seems that not too many concertos featuring this instrument were written by famous composers. Haydn wrote several (but only two have survived), Dvorak wrote one, as did Elgar, and Shostakovich wrote two. Both Beethoven and Brahms wrote sonatas for cello and piano.


He wrote 18 sonatas for piano. There is also a traditional "19th" sonata which consist of two separate works usually performed as a complete sonata. He wrote 17 church sonatas. He wrote 36 violin sonatas. He also wrote 3 other chamber sonatas, one for bassoon and cello, and two for violin and bass. If my math is correct, he wrote 75 sonatas.


Any classical music is suited to cello. Popular music is probably better for a guitar or a piano, but anything by Brahms, Bach, or Mozart will sound lovely on cello. I like Minuets and Etudes, but I have been playing for a while.


Suite for cello & jazz piano cello: no 06, Cello Fan.


I know that Beethoven composed 9 symphonies. His ninth symphony also known as Ode to Joy was his first symphony to use a chorus._____Major works include - 9 Symphonies, 6 String quartets, 2 Piano sonatas, 1 Sonata for violin and piano, 1 Violin concerto, 1 Piano concerto.Genres - Symphonies, Piano concertos, String quartets, Piano sonatas.


for a cello it would be a violin for a piano it is a guitar.


Jean Coulthard has written: 'Four piano pieces' -- subject(s): Juvenile, Piano music 'White caps' -- subject(s): Rondos (Piano) 'A quiet afternoon [for] violin and piano' -- subject(s): Violin and piano music 'Sonata, for cello & piano' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Violoncello and piano)


The genres of music Beethoven composed were mainly piano sonatas, piano concertos and symphonies, along with other ensemble instrumental music such as trios and quartets, songs (lieder) and one opera.


Wagner wrote 5 sonatas over his lifetime. He wrote two solo piano sonatas and one for four-hands during his studies and before his professional career. He wrote and published two piano sonatas in 1831 and 1832.


Mozart composed almost all genres of work of his time. He wrote 41 symphonies and 27 concerts for piano and orchestra. His other compositions include ensemble works and 19 complete piano sonatas.


Charles Camilleri has written: 'Cello sonata, no. 1, unaccompanied' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Violoncello) 'Danse lente, for flute and piano' -- subject(s): Flute and piano music 'Three poems for piano' -- subject(s): Piano music 'Mosta village dance' -- subject(s): Dance music, Violin and piano music 'La folia, for violin and piano' -- subject(s): Solo with piano, Violin with orchestra 'Sonata antica, based on keyboard pieces by Orlando Gibbons, for solo instrument & piano (or harpsichord) [Op. 13]' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Unspecified instrument and piano) 'Piccola suita, for clarinet (Bb) and piano' -- subject(s): Suites (Clarinet and piano) 'Violin sonata, no.1, unaccompanied' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Violin) 'Concertante' -- subject(s): Concertos (Violin with string orchestra), Scores 'Three songs from the translations of Omar Khayyam [for] voice and piano' -- subject(s): Musical settings, Songs (High voice) with piano 'Melita' -- subject(s): Librettos, Operas 'Sonata, for cello and piano' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Violoncello and piano) 'Invocation to the Creator' -- subject(s): Organ music


Chopin mainly composed for piano, although he did a few orchestral works or so. His second most major single instrument he composed for was cello.


Darrell Matthews Berg has written: 'The keyboard sonatas of C.P.E. Bach' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Music, Musical Style, Sonatas (Piano), Sonatas(Piano), Style, Musical



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