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Interpreted by EDGAR BANTON
Sonata in E Flat Major (concluded) : Andante
Molto ; Menuetto ; Allegretto ; Allegro Mod erato rPHE First Movement of this Sonata was heard yesterday. The Second Movement, now to be heard, is essentially simple, beautiful material beautifully treated.
The MINUET and Trio are pleasant, easy-going stuff. The language is the language of Haydn, but the voice is the voice of Schubert.
The FINALE (moderately quick) is in the form which, though best called First-Movement form, is not infrequently used for other Movements of works of the Sonata type. There is a merry First Main Tune, a slightly more serious, responsible Second Main Tune, which arrives in an unexpected key, and a self-confident Third Main Tune in the Tenor. The most delightful thing about this Movement is the casual way in which what should be the second (or ' Development ') section, gets carried away with all sorts of new material, yet without seeming disconnected. Anyhow, ' all's well that ends well,' and here the chief material is all eventually recapitulated ' according to plan.'


Unknown: Allegro Mod

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