Sonata F major for Violin and Piano

The piece was composed to meet stage requirements with virtuoso and spectacle elements. Formally follows traditional structure and consists of three contrasting movements. It has an interesting theme especially in a mysterious second movement and in passionate and fiery movement three. The voice of violin and piano are logically linked and are treated equally.

The sound of the composition is approachable, understandable but not banal. The piece was awarded a prize in a competition of the Ministry of Culture and Arts in 1954.