Adagio WoO 43b (179b) Arranged from the original for Mandolin and Piano 貝多芬 慢板 改編 曼陀林琴鋼琴 大提琴加鋼琴 朔特版
1796年，貝多芬前往布拉格，在那裡結識了會演奏曼陀林的克拉裡-阿爾德林根的約瑟芬伯爵夫人（後來的克拉姆-加拉斯伯爵夫人）。貝多芬為她創作了多首曼陀林和鋼琴作品，其中四首現存於世，並由尤利烏斯-伯傑改編為大提琴和鋼琴曲。由於貝多芬為曼陀林寫的曲子調性為 G-D-A-E，因此將它們轉錄到大提琴上不成問題。這些改編曲均採用原調，並盡可能貼近原作。這些優雅的作品是閃閃發光的小寶石。奏鳴曲 "WoO 43a 以 "Adagio "為標題，起初為一個樂章，採用悲劇性的 C 小調，中間有明亮的 C 大調部分，隨後是奇妙的 "Adagio ma non troppo "WoO 43b，具有宗教深度"
作曲家: Beethoven, Ludwig van
校訂者: Berger, Julius
樂器: cello and piano
出版社: Schott Music
In 1796 Beethoven travelled to Prague where he met the Countess Josephine of Clary-Aldringen (later Countess Clamm-Gallas) who played the mandolin. For her, he wrote several works for mandolin and piano, four of which are still extant and have been arranged by Julius Berger for violoncello and piano. As Beethoven had written pieces for a mandolin tuned to G-D-A-E, it was unproblematic to transcribe them for the violoncello. The arrangements are written in the original keys and keep as close to the original as possible. These elegant works are little shining gems. Headed 'Adagio' and written in one movement at first, 'Sonatina' WoO 43a in the tragic C minor key with a bright C major section in the middle is followed by a marvellous 'Adagio ma non troppo' WoO 43b of religious depth.