Serenade in C major

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Serenade in C major, Op. 10, for string trio (usually violin, viola, cello) (1902), is an early 20th-century five-movement suite by Hungarian composer Ernő Dohnányi.[1] Premiered in Vienna in 1904, year of its first publication, it was written in 1902 during a concert tour to London and Vienna.[2]

Structure[edit]

The serenade comprises five movements:

I. Marcia: Allegro
II. Romanza: Adagio non troppo
III. Scherzo: Vivace
IV. Tema con variazioni: Andante con moto
V. Rondo (Finale): Allegro vivace

References[edit]

Notes
Sources
  • Christiansen, Kai (2017). "Serenade (String Trio) in C major, Op. 10". Earsense Chamberbase. Retrieved 2017-04-08.
  • Jameson, Michael (1996). Dohnányi: Piano Quintets & Serenade (PDF) (CD). Hyperion Records. CDH55412.
  • MacDonald, Calum (2005). Dohnányi, Schoenberg & Martinů: String Trios (PDF) (CD). Hyperion Records. CDA67429.

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