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.

Structure[edit]

The composition is in two movements:

  1. Moderato
  2. Romance

The first movement is in 4
4
time; the second movement is titled Romance and is in 6
8
time.

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