Romberg: Sonata In E Minor Op. 38 No. 1 For Cello And Piano

Romberg: Sonata In E Minor Op. 38 No. 1 For Cello And Piano

Romberg: Sonata In E Minor Op. 38 No. 1 For Cello and piano

Bernhard Romberg is perhaps most notable for turning down an offer by Beethoven to compose a cello concerto for him, saying that he preferred his own compositions. Though it is hard not to resent Romberg for this, there is no denying that his own compositions were not bad either. They are indeed good enough to not only remain a staple of the cello repertoire, but this one in particular served as inspiration for Brahms' own Cello Sonata in e minor. Edited by Peter Jansen, Published by International Music Company. Difficulty: ASTA Grade 3

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