Piano Sonata in E minor, D 566 (Schubert)
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- E minor
- Harald Krebs has noted the use of Charles Fisk's "search for thematic identity" in his discussion of the sonata's opening theme.
- E major
III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace - Trio
- A-flat major
(IV. Rondo: Allegretto, D 506)
- E major
- D 506 has been associated with the last piece of Fünf Klavierstücke (D 459A/3) and the Adagio D 349 too as a set of movements that might form a sonata.
The work takes approximately 20 minutes to perform or 25-30 minutes with the rondo finale.
- Krebs, Harald (Autumn 2003). "Review of Charles Fisk's Returning Cycles: Contexts for the Interpretation of Schubert's Impromptus and Last Sonatas". Music Theory Spectrum. 25 (2): 388–400. doi:10.1525/mts.2003.25.2.388. Retrieved 2009-02-22.
- F. Bisogni, quoted in Walburga Litschauer's Preface to Schubert: Piano Sonatas I. Bärenreiter 2000
- Tirimo, Martino. Schubert: The Complete Piano Sonatas. Vienna: Wiener Urtext Edition, 1997.
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