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Work: Violin Sonata no. 8 in G major, Op.30 no.3

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeChamber
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From the moment Ehnes trilled the G major Op.96 into existence, he and Armstrong achieved the musical transparency that results from using fortepianos with leather hammers and gut strings, and only with great care and commitment when using modern instruments.
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