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The first movement, with its glorious sunset coda in E major Brahms was the master of musical sunsets is linked to the other two movements chiefly through the dominance of the expressive minor sixth that makes its first appearance in the second bar of the work, and continues throughout the sonata.
The second movement, a charming minuet and trio, seems to pay nostalgic tribute to the world of Mozart — or perhaps to that of Schubert, with whose music Brahms was somewhat obsessed at this period. The last movement, a robust mixture of fugue and sonata form, takes its main theme from Contrapunctus 13 from the Art of Fugue — as if Brahms is looking further backwards in time as the sonata progresses.
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View whole album. Other recordings available for download. These two outstanding musicians give an equally fine account of the earlier E minor sonata. The Adagio affetuoso of the F Major Sonata may warrant your attentions at repeated hearings…this disc, while not specifically designated SACD, packs a resonance and liquid punch competitive with the finest sound imaging.
Ravishing playing from the first notes, these collaborations testify to a meeting of kindred spirits on all levels. You've never heard a cellist dare to take the lyrical opening of the first sonata so quietly, or inflect it so subtly. Characteristic of this section is the use of ornamentation that has a French baroque sound.
The trio, of sinuous melody, features a characteristic figuration in the piano right hand whose top notes are constantly in unison with either the piano left hand or with the cello. A chromatic third relationship between the keys of a minuet or scherzo and its trio occur in only one other multimovement Brahms work: Symphony No. This movement is often referred to as a fugue. It is more of a sonata movement with very substantial fugal sections, however. The opening theme, which is based on Contrapunctus 13 from the Kunst der Fuge , does develop fugally until into the G major second subject group, a section which is much more conventionally, if wonderfully, treated.
The development opens with descending octaves — the first half of the fugato theme — under statements of the triplet theme which is its second half, in imitation between piano and cello. This leads to C minor , to an inverted statement of the fugue, to another episode-like section bar 95, based on a part of the fugal opening first heard in bar 16; if this is not a fugue it is indeed very like and after a brief section again in fugal imitation to a tense and tension-gaining section in true sonata style bars —, returning us to E minor, again based on the bar 16 figure and a return to the main key, the second theme instead of the first, in triplets.
It has been suggested  that a sonata by Bernhard Romberg also helped inspire the form of the finale of this work. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Cello Sonata in E minor No. Allegro non troppo , in E minor , in 4 4 time. Allegro , in E minor, in time. Cello Sonata in E minor, second movement. All Music Guide. Retrieved The Chamber Music of Johannes Brahms. Philadelphia: Elkan-Vogel Co. Chamber music by Johannes Brahms.
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