Sonata for viola and piano
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- Legley completed this sonata on 23 November 1943 in Brussels.
- The first performance was given by Gerard Ruymen and Frieda Pey in January 1945 at a concert organised by the Séminaire des Arts at Flagey in Brussels.
- instrumentation: viola and piano
- duration: ca 17'30"
- I. Adagio (12/8) - Allegro moderato (12/8)
- II. Lento (4/4)
- III. Allegro scherzando (3/4)
- IV. Moderato (2/4) - Giocoso, ma non troppo vivo (2/4)
- Phaedra: recording by Diederik Suys and Filip Martens.
- photocopy of the autograph (score and part): Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), Legley archive
- first edition (score and part): CeBeDeM, Brussels, 1955
- The viola part of the first edition incorrectly indicates 23 IX 1943
- CeBeDeM - lijst werken: Œuvres de Victor Legley, p.1. More details are not known.
- Thus in the autograph. CeBeDeM and the first edition round off to 18', De Roeck (p.266) gives 19'.
- In the viola parts of the autograph and the first edition: ...vivace.
- The autograph itself could not yet be found.