Amsterdam, 30 September 1898
Namen, 28 April 1969
 
Sonata no.3 in a
1957
movements:
1. Allegro con fuoco e energico
2. Presto scherzando
3. Adagio. Grave
4. Rondo. Allegretto
duration: about 25′;
publisher: Donemus, Amsterdam 1957.
 
A short biography of Johannes Röntgen still needs to be translated.
 
The Johannes Röntgen archives at the Nederlands Muziek Instituut contain:
the incomplete autograph manuscript of a sonata (no.1) in d minor dated 1923;
the autograph manuscript of the Sonata no.2 in A major, dedicated to Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp, dated 1930;
the autograph manuscript of an Improvisation for cello and piano dated 1955.
The autograph manuscript of the Sonata no.3 in a minor contains at the end a revision dated 1967. On the Donemus website you can, as a preview, have a look at the first twelve pages of the first movement.
 
In 1932, Johannes Röntgen composed also a Capriole for cello and chamber orchestra.
 
(August 10th 2016)

Composers

Alkema, Henk

Harlingen, 20 November 1944
Utrecht, 4 August 2011

Appy, Ernest

Den Haag, 25 oktober 1834
Kansas City, 2 augustus 1895

Badings, Henk

Bandoeng (Java), 17 January 1907
Maarheeze, 26 June 1987

Bijvanck, Henk

Koedoes (Java), 6 November 1909
Heemstede, 5 September 1969

Bouman, Antoon

‘s Hertogenbosch, 18 October 1854
Wassenaar, 23 March 1906

Bunge, Sas

Amsterdam, 19 July 1924
Utrecht, 17 July 1980

Dispa, Robert

Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (België), 19 September 1929
Hengelo (O), 6 March 2003

Dunkler, Emile

Den Haag, 20 August 1838 (?)
Den Haag (?), 6 February 1871

Frid, Géza

Máramarossziget (Hongarije, thans Roemenië), 25 january 1904
Beverwijk, 13 September 1989

Godron, Hugo

Amsterdam, 22 November 1900
Zoelmond, 6 December 1971

Kes, Willem

Dordrecht, 16 February 1856
München, 22 February 1934

Ketting, Otto

Amsterdam, 3 September 1935
Den Haag, 13 December 2012

Lilien, Ignace

Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukrain), 29 May 1897
Den Haag, 10 May 1964

Mul, Jan

Haarlem, 20 September 1911
Haarlem, 30 December 1971

Osieck, Hans

Amsterdam, 25 January 1910
Bloemendaal, 22 June 2000

Stam, Henk

Utrecht, 26 September 1922
Suawoude, 9 December 2002

Witte, G. H.

Utrecht, 16 November 1843
Essen (D), 3 February 1929