Trio le Londres 2 Violins And Viola Score And Parts
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The Belgian composer, conductor and violinist Eugène Ysaÿe (1858-1931) was among the great virtuosos of his time. His trio “Le Londres” was originally conceived as a sonata for two violins for his pupil Queen Elisabeth of Belgium. As it was technically too demanding, Ysaÿe rearranged it for two violins and viola.