Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Sonata in F major Op. 17
Urtext edited by Peter Damm and Amadeus Webersinke [hn(vc),pno]
According to Beethovens pupil Ferdinand Ries, the Horn Sonata op. 17 was written in great haste in April 1800 for a subscription concert organized by the natural-horn player Johann Wenzel and held at Viennas Hofburgtheater.
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The present edition of the often played work derives from a single surviving source, the first edition of 1801; it also adopts its notation, particularly in the domain of articulation (staccato dots, dashes and wedges). Suggested fingerings have been added to the piano part. Further editorial additions are clearly marked.