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3 Duo's

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*observation: many of the original titles have been translated into English

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Code Title Time Year City, Country Instrument
3.01 Adagio
dedicated to: Ernesto Xanco
first performance by Regis Duprat & Nise Obino, Brasília, Brazil, 1965;
originally 3.02;
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3’00 1946/1965 viola, piano
3.02 Adagio
dedicated to Ernesto Xanco
trsc. 3.01;
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3’00 1946 violoncello, piano
3.03 Antistruktur (aleatória)
first performance by Isolda & Hans Ewig, Mannheim, Germany, 1971;
obs: commissioned by the "Abendakademie" of Mannheim;
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09-1970 Viernheim, Germany harp, violoncello
3.04 Brincadeira a 4 Mãos
1 Andante
2 Lento
3 Allegro
dedicated to: Gisele, Alessandro Santoro;
first performance by Gisèle & Alessandro Santoro, (1 & 2 movements), Mannheim, Germany, 21-09-1977; complete performance by Alessandro Santoro and Flávio Augusto, Rio de Janeiro, 24-05-1985;
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1962 piano 4 hands
3.05 Diagramas Cíclicos
dedicated to: Giséle Santoro;
first performance by Jocy de Oliveira & Richard O’Donnel, EUA, 1967;
written for Jocy de Carvalho;
ad lib (aleatory);
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5’00 15-10-1966 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano, percussion
3.06 Duo
dedicated to: Duo Berk-Seiz;
first performance by Wilfried Berk & Elizabeth Seiz, Milano, Italy, 14-12-1977;
trsc. 8.10;
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8’00 08-11-1976 Schriesheim, Germany clarinet, piano
3.07 Duo
first performance by Harry Schweizer & Ney Salgado, Universidade de Brasília, Brasília, Brazil, 22-09-1982; Edition Savart
8’00 28-08-1982 Brazilia, Brazil bassoon, piano
3.08 Duo I
dedicated to: Gisèle Santoro;
first performance by Roberto Szidon & Richard Metzner, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1974;
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6’00 12-09-1972 Schriesheim, Germany 2 pianos
3.09 Duo II "Sonoras"
dedicated to: Duo Szidon-Metzner, Duo;
first performance by Roberto Szidon & Richard Metzner, Stadtheater, Kempten (Algäu), Germany, 24-02-1984;
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8’00 04-1982 Brazilia, Brazil 2 pianos
3.10 Duo
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7’00 28-05-1982 Brasília, Brazil horn, piano
3.11 Duo
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5’00 01-03-1945 Rio de Janeiro, Germany violin, bassoon
3.12 Duo
dedicated to: Cecilia Guida & Henrique Müller; first performance by Cecilia Guida & Henrique Müller, Goiânia, Brazil, 24-09-1983;
trsc. 3.13;
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7’00 03-09-1982 Brasília, Brazil violin, viola
3.13 Duo
originally 3.12;
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7’00 1982 violin, violoncello
3.14 Elegia I
dedicated to: Valeska Hadelich & Ney Salgado;
first performance by Valeska Hadelich & Ney Salgado, Schloss Köningstein, Frankfurt, Germany, 18-01-1988;
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5’00 16-05-1981 Brasília, Brazil violin, piano
3.15 Elegia II
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5’00 1986 violin, piano
3.16 Encantamento
first performance by A. Guerra Vicente & Alda de Mattos, Brasília, Brazil, 06-10-1983;
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2’00 23-04-1982 violoncello, piano
3.17 Espaços for Viola & Piano
first performance by Kunio Tsuchiya & H. Wahren, Berlin, Germany, 1967;
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1966 Brasília, Brazil viola, piano
3.18 Frevo
first performance by Neusa França & Emilia Osório, Brasília, Brazil, 04-12-1978;
originally 1.09;
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3’00 1979 2 pianos
3.19 Introdução & Dança
dedicated to: Iberê Gomes Grosso;
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5’00 05-1951 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violoncello, piano
3.20 Na Serra da Mantiqueira
dedicated to: Edgardo Guerra;
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01-1950 Fazenda Rio do Braço, SP violin, piano
3.21 Peça
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3’00 1944 violin, piano
3.22 Sonata
1 Lento
2 Allegreto
3 Andante
4 Allegreto quasi presto
first performance by H.J. Koellreuter & Tatiana Braunwieser, São Paulo, Brazil, 24-09-1942;
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12’00 10-07-1941 flute, piano
3.23 Sonata
[1] Allegro
[2] Andante
[3] Allegro
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9’00 08-10-1946 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil trumpet, piano
3.24 Sonata Nr. 1
1 Allegro
unfinished work
1943 viola, piano
3.25 Sonata Nr. 2
1 Allegro
2 Andante
3 Allegro
first performance by Juan Sarudiaky & Elza Kasuko Gushiken, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , 28-08-1985;
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14’00 07-08-1982 Brasília, Brazil viola, piano
3.26 Sonata Nr. 1
[1] Andante
[2] Allegro
first performance by Lilia Guaspari & Silvia Guaspari, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , 17-12-1940;
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8’00 12-1939/04-1940 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violin, piano
3.27 Sonata Nr. 2
[1] Allegro
[2] Andante
[3] Allegro molto
first performance by Jeny Abel & Roberto Szidon, 02-05-1978;
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12’00 03-06-1941 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violin, piano
3.28 Sonata Nr. 3
[1] Bien rythmé
[2] Allegro moderato - Quasi andante
[3] Allegro energico
[4] Epílogo - (Adagio)
first performance by Mariuccia Iacovino & Arnaldo Estrella, Paris, France, 1948;
obs: title of edition: Sonata 3 (1947-48)
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17’00 1947/05-01-1948 Paris, France violin, piano
3.29 Sonata Nr. 4
[1] Allegro
[2] Lento
[3] Allegro
dedicated to: Paulina D’Ambrosio;
first performance by Mariuccia Iacovino & Arnaldo Estrella, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ;
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15’00 1951 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violin, piano
3.30 Sonata Nr. 5
[1] Allegro
[2] Lento
[3] Vivo-molto
[4] Allegro molto
first performance by Hanno Haag & Annelore Haag, Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Germany, 1967;
revision of the work, Genève, 02-11-1963;
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16’00 1958/59/63 violin, piano
3.31 Sonata Nr. 1
1 Allegro enérgico e recitativo
2 Grave
3 Allegro
first performance by Aldo Parisot & Maria Amelia Rezende Martins, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1944;
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15’00 31-07-1943 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil violoncello, piano
3.32 Sonata Nr. 2
1 Allegro moderato
2 Lento recitativo
3 Allegro
dedicated to: Ernesto Xanco;
first performance by Ernesto Xancó & Ilara Gomes Grosso, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1947;
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14’00 1947 violoncello, piano
3.33 Sonata Nr. 3
[1] Allegro deciso
[2] Lento
[3] Allegro deciso
first performance by Jacques Ripoche & Alceo Bocchino, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1952;
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13’40 1951 violoncello, piano
3.34 Sonata Nr. 4
dedicated to: Aldo Parisot
first performance by Aldo Parisot & Ward Davenny, New York, EUA, 1964;
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16’00 10-1963/05-12-1963 Genève, Switzerland/Brasília, Brazil violoncello, piano
3.35 Sonatina
[1] Andante
[2] Allegro
first performance by Hans Breitinger & Leo Peracchi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , 26-09-1947;
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5’00 27-03-1943 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil oboe, piano