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Discussion in 'Technique' started by rachmaninoff, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. rachmaninoff

    rachmaninoff New Member Piano Society Artist

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    hello,

    I got a question. I'm busy with composing a sonata for left hand. When I have done that I will make a sonata for right hand. Than I want to putt it together so you can play 2 sonata's at a time. Is it done before by a composer? or is it new?

    what do you think of the Idea?
     
  2. joeisapiano

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    i remember reading about someone who's last string quartets (maybe?) could either be played separetly or together. To bad i don't remember who it was. :oops:
     
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    wouldn't putting two sonatas together make one sonata with three or four voices?
     

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