Piano Sonata in B major, D 575 (Schubert)
The Piano Sonata in B major D 575 by Franz Schubert is a sonata for solo piano, posthumously published as Op. 147 and given a dedication to Sigismond Thalberg by its publishers. Schubert composed the sonata in August 1817.
I. Allegro ma non troppo (B major)
II. Andante (E major)
IV. Allegro giusto (B major)
The work takes approximately 24 minutes to perform.
Daniel Coren has noted that the first movement of this sonata is the only such movement in Schubert's sonatas where the recapitulation is an exact transposition of the exposition.
- Tirimo, Martino. Schubert: The Complete Piano Sonatas. Vienna: Wiener Urtext Edition, 1997.
- Piano Sonata D.575: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
- Performance by Seymour Lipkin from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in MP3 format
|Piano sonatas (2 hands) by Franz Schubert|
Sonata in E minor (D. 566)
|AGA, Series 10 (15 sonatas)
Sonata in A minor (D. 537)
Sonata in F-sharp minor (D. 571)
|21 Sonatas numbering system
Sonata in C major (D. 613)
|Wiener Urtext Edition (21 Sonatas)
|23 Sonatas numbering system
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