Jean Sibelius (1865–1957) 3 Sonatinas Op. 67
Urtext based on the Complete Edition “Jean Sibelius Works” (JSW) edited by Kari Kilpeläinen [pno]
Sibelius himself counted his Sonatinas among his best chamber music.
32 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 150 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-18866-8 | Saddle Stitch
After preparing his Scenes historiques op. 66 for print in spring 1912, Sibelius had many grand plans but had to turn towards more profitable piano works first, due to his financial situation. Within only one month, he wrote the Three Sonatinas op. 67 in June 1912, which were published by Breitkopf already in November the same year. Although by his own accounts he did not like writing for piano and only doing it for income, he told in 1948 Erik Tawaststjerna that he regarded the Sonatinas among his best chamber music and considered them equal to his string quartet ‘Voces intimae’.
|Sonatina No. 1 [in F sharp minor]||(7')|
|Sonatina No. 2 [in E major]||(6')|
|Sonatina No. 3 [in B flat minor]||(6')|