Off topic: Help: Identifying a piece by Paganini
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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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Oct 31, 2005

Hello,

I have a small fragment of a Paganini piece, or so I was told. But I have no clue the name of the composition. I uploaded the fragment hoping that somebody recognizes it.

http://www4.spread-it.com/dl.php?id=c5f2486dc8a9ff70c8047c5d500cf9530ba8c1d3

Thanks,

Claudia


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Oliver Walter  Identity Verified
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violin and guitar Oct 31, 2005

Caliaa wrote:

Hello,

I have a small fragment of a Paganini piece, or so I was told. But I have no clue the name of the composition. I uploaded the fragment hoping that somebody recognizes it.

http://www4.spread-it.com/dl.php?id=c5f2486dc8a9ff70c8047c5d500cf9530ba8c1d3

Thanks,

Claudia

Perhaps one of his 12 sonatas for violin and guitar, opus 2. They are listed here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niccolo_Paganini
Oliver


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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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Got it Nov 1, 2005

The piece is 'Sei Sonate M.S. 27 (Op. 3) For Violin And Guitar: Sonata No. 6 In E Minor: Andante'.

Thank you Oliver and thank you Kharyn Leigh for pointing me out in the right direction.


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