When Weber offered the sonatas for violin and piano to the publisher André from Offenbach in 1810, the latter refused to print them because they were 'too good and demanding'. In order to reach as large a target group of music-making amateurs as possible, the editors at that time increasingly saw to the works' easy playability. Fortunately, the sonatas nevertheless found their way into the repertoire of the violinists.This is a practical edition in two volumes based on the text of the Weber Complete Edition.
Sonata Nr. 1 F-Dur - Sonata Nr. 2 G-Dur - Sonata Nr. 3 d-Moll