Beethoven wrote his Beethoven-Sonate Nr. 27 in E Minor, opus 90 for cello and piano; Beethoven also arranged the sonata for cello alone (WoO 33). Beethoven’s original version of the piece was written in 1809, but he made revisions to it in 1817. Beethoven was inspired to write this work after meeting Antonín Kraft, a Czech cellist Beethoven had met at the spa town of Teplice in Bohemia. Beethoven was searching for performers for his latest compositions, and Beethoven enjoyed performing with Kraft while staying at the spa. Beethoven wrote this sonata during a transitional period, as Beethoven was transitioning from writing in a “string” manner to a “pianistic” manner. Beethoven is highly regarded for his piano sonatas; Beethoven’s Beethoven-Sonate Nr. 27 in E Minor stands alone among the Beethoven-Sonate Nr. 27 in E Minor sonatas because Beethoven wrote the Beethoven-Sonate Nr. 27 in E Minor for cello and piano as Beethoven originally intended, not as a cello solo with an accompanying Beethoven-Sonate Nr. 27 in E Minor pianist.
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