Alban Berg's Sonata Opus 1 for Piano has often been termed as a milestone in early 20th century music. The sonata clearly stems from the Romantic period, but the 'modern' harmonies and complex thematic developments play a part in transcending boundaries and ushering in a new era.
The arrangement by Christophe Dejour is as close to the original source as possible.
• The guitar arrangement is as close to the original source as possible
• A performance of this piece played by the arranger may be viewed on YouTube and at www.universaledition.com/ue36674
It is no novelty item, representing a new masterpiece for classical guitar, perhaps the most significant for many years (...) a superb achievement as a player and as an arranger.
Music Teacher Magazine - Strings Supplement, Autumn 2016 (Al Summers)