Ludwig Van Beethoven’in Op..24 No. 5 Fa Majör Piyano ve Keman İçin “İlkbahar” Sonatının Formal Analizi
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With his op. 24 it is the first time that Beethoven added the Scherzo-Trio movement to his piano and violin sonatas and composed a four-movement sonata for piano and violin. In addition, he gave the same importance to violin as piano and eliminated the dominance of one of the instruments. The differences between this sonata and his previous sonata, Op. 23 No.4, and the effect of this sonata to his later piano and violin sonata will be examined. This piece’s, which was written in the transition between his early and middle periods, both piano and violin parts will be analyzed and the importance of the piece in the piano-violin repertoire will be discussed.