Sonatina in G major (attributed to Beethoven)
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The Sonatina in G major is composition for solo piano attributed to Ludwig van Beethoven (listed as Anh. 5 No. 1 in the Kinsky–Halm Catalogue). Since the work was published in Hamburg, Germany after Beethoven's death, its authenticity is doubted, as it uses styles never seen by Beethoven before.
The composition is in two movements:
The first movement is in 4
4 time; the second movement is titled Romance and is in 6
- Sonatina in G: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
- Video of Sonatina in G major Anh.5 with sheet music.
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