{{details.product.ModelName}}

Sku: {{details.product.ModelNumber}}

Price: {{details.product.UnitCost | currency : '$' : 2}}

{{ Model.storeName }}

Now: {{details.product.SalePrice | currency : '$' : 2}}

String Duo for Viola and Cello. Published by Edition Peters
{{details.product.PriceUnits}}
Please fill out this field...
Please enter a number...
Please enter at least 1...
Please enter at max 999999...


Including the Minuetto. Key: Eb major. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Stein Haas. Classical Period. Set of performance parts. With editor's notes. Composed 1795-98. 14 pages. 9x12 inches.

Beethoven himself called this sonata movement for viola and violincello "Duett mitzweiobligaten Ausenglasern" (Duet requiring two pairs of spectacles). This edition is the first publication after the original in the British Museum. There is a striking melodic resemblance between this duet and the first movement of Beethoven's string quartet in C minor, op. 18 No.4.