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Misc. Notes, Because it was not available for consultation at the time, the editor of this score did not use Bach's autograph manuscript as a source for the.
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In the summer of , Beethoven's physician ordered him to leave Vienna and take rooms in Heiligenstadt, today a friendly suburb at the northern terminus of the city's subway system, but two centuries ago a quiet village with a view of the Danube across the river's rich flood plain. It was three years earlier, in , that Beethoven first noticed a disturbing ringing and buzzing in his ears, and he sought medical attention for the problem soon thereafter. He tried numerous cures for his malady, as well as for his chronic colic, including oil of almonds, hot and cold baths, soaking in the Danube, pills and herbs.

For a short time he even considered the modish treatment of electric shock.

On the advice of his latest doctor, Beethoven left the noisy city for the quiet countryside with the assurance that the lack of stimulation would be beneficial to his hearing and his general health. On October 6, , following several months of wrestling with his diminishing hearing as well as a constant digestive distress and the wreck of a recent affair of the heart - the thought of Beethoven as a husband threatens the moorings of one's presence of mind!

But - and this is the miracle - he not only poured his energy into self-pity, he also channeled it into music.

Violin Sonata No. 6 in A major, Op. 30 No. 1

Such a working method generates the main theme of the opening movement of the A major Sonata, in which most of the violin line and both hands of the piano are derived from either the quick turn figure or the flowing quarter-note motive introduced at the outset. The second subject, an arching melody with a trill, provides thematic and tonal contrast while continuing the genial, lyrical nature of the movement.

The coda allows the violin its only flight of pure virtuosity in the work; yet, characteristically, the brilliant spiccato scales are held down to pianissimo until the very last bars. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.

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Violin Sonata No. 6 in A major, Op. 30 No. 1

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