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Franck Violin Sonata, Mvt. 1



Cesar Franck (full name Cesar Auguste Jean Guillaume Hubert Franck) was a Belgian composer and virtuso organist. He only wrote one violinsonata, but it is one of the best-known sonatas today. He composed the Violin Sonata in A major for violin and piano in 1886 as a wedding gift for his friend and famous violinist Eugene Ysaye. This is the complete first movement from this sonata.

This composition can be played by 1 different combinations of instruments.

A few notes on the parts and instruments:
With this free arrangement, you will be able to download all the PDF files immediately. You will have access to every part for each available instrument, in the proper key and clef. You will also get a complete score (in most cases, we include four separate scores with all parts transposed to C, Bb, Eb, and F).




Version v01

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This is an arrangement for violin and cello. The violin part is mostly identical to the original solo part, but there are some sections where it needs to help cover some of the piano accompaniment (these sections are indicated in the music with smaller notes, but should still be played).

Composition: Franck Violin Sonata, Mvt. 1
Version: v01
Instrumentation: Duet
Duration: 5 minutes
Difficulty: Challenging
Price: FREE


Franck Violin Sonata, Mvt. 1, Version v01
Part Range Available Instruments
Score Full Score in C, Bb, Eb, and F
Part 1 (std) G#3 - F6 Violin
Part 2 (std) C#2 - A4 Cello