Cello Sonata No. 4 in C Major, Op. 102, No. 1 - Piano Score
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Sonata for cello & piano No. 4 in C major, Op. 102/1
The C major Sonata, despite the development by this stage of a piano closer to the more sonorous instrument of today, again eschews a full slow movement, but Beethoven this time preludes each of the two movements with a slow introduction. Of these the Andante is the more substantial, opening, rather in the manner of Op 69, with the cello alone, followed by a complementary phrase on the piano, both extended gently and rhapsodically until interrupted by the fortissimo arrival of the first Allegro vivace, which is actually in A minor.
The argument is far more concentrated than in the earlier sonatas — Beethoven had by now moved away from the expansiveness of his middle period. The instrument itself had only recently come into its own as a solo instrument, released from its restrictive role as part of the basso continuo largely by the efforts of Joseph Haydn.
Though the cello had already assumed for itself a more predominant role in the string quartet, and secured a position in piano trio, there was nevertheless no example for Beethoven to follow in the composition of cello sonatas.
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The first two, published together as his opus 5, were early efforts composed in , and the third appeared a little more than a decade later in The opus sonatas marked the beginning of this transition, and already show the composer searching for a more personal means of expression. Besides a piano sonata and a collection of folk song settings, they were the only significant compositions to emerge until the Missa Solemnis and Ninth Symphony.
The first of the opus sonatas, No.