Piano Sonata No. 2 (Kabalevsky)
Dmitry Kabalevsky's Piano Sonata No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 45 was composed in 1945 and dedicated to Emil Gilels. It is the most vast and dramatic of Kabalevsky's three sonatas. A War Sonata such as Sergei Prokofiev's triptych, its first movement has been compared to that of Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7.
- Allegro moderato. Festivamente - Allegro molto - Festivamente (poco piú mosso del tempo I) - Largamente, drammatico.
- Andante sostenuto - Pochissimo piú mosso - Tempo I.
- Presto assai.
- François-René Tranchefort et al., Guide de la musique de piano et clavecin. Page 436 - Dmitri Kabalevsky, by André Lischke.
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