Pinchas Zukerman played at our local college. We were lucky to get him. I asked "What's he going to play?" The answer was, of course, violin sonatas.
This included a piece by Brahms called "Sonatensatz," which means movement from a sonata, a postumous composition. I explained to the people sitting with me that Satz is German for sentence and is what they call a movement. So why do we call it a movement? I will communicate your sympathy.
I enjoyed the Brahms most. I generally do.
As an encore, he played a short romantic piece by a female composer named Maria Teresa.... I should have written it down.