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Quantz: Seven Trio Sonatas

Johann Joachim Quantz
Seven Trio Sonatas
Edited by Mary Oleskiewicz
B111
Quantz: Seven Trio Sonatas
Full Score (2001)
978-0-89579-481-9
9x12, xx + 115 pp.

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Performance Parts

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B111P
Instrumental Part(s) (2001)
Set of 3 parts (treble 1; treble 2; b.c. [with realization])
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This volume contains the first critical editions of trio sonatas by Quantz, the leading eighteenth-century flutist-composer. Composed in Dresden between 1717 and 1741, the trios predate both his famous Essay on Playing the Flute (Berlin, 1752) and his employment by Frederick the Great of Prussia. Now little known, these stylistically varied works were widely distributed and include some of the earliest trios for the transverse flute. The trios also employ violin, oboe, and obbligato keyboard parts. The edition is supplemented by performance suggestions from the Solfeggi, a manuscript on performance practice from Quantz’s circle.
1. Sonata in D Major for Two Flutes and Basso Continuo, QV 2:15
Largo
Allegro
Largo
Allegro

2. Sonata in E-flat Major for Two Flutes and Basso Continuo, QV 2:17 (2:Anh. 10)
Larghetto
Presto
Affettuoso
Vivace

3. Sonata in E Minor for Flute, Violin (Flute), and Basso Continuo, QV 2:22 (2:Anh. 14)
Adagio
Allegro
Largo
Presto

4. Sonata in E Minor for Two Oboes (Two Flutes, Flute and Violin, or Two Violins) and Basso Continuo (Bassoon), QV 2:23 (2:Anh. 16)
Adagio
Allegro
Affettuoso
Presto

5. Sonata in G Major for Flute, Violin, and Basso Continuo (Flute and Obbligato Cembalo), QV 2:28
Allegro
Affettuoso
Vivace

6. Sonata in G Minor for Flute, Violin, and Basso Continuo, QV 2:34
Grave
Allegro
Siciliana
Allegro

7. Sonata in G Minor for Flute, Violin, and Basso continuo (Flute and Obbligato Cembalo),
QV 2:35
Allegro ma non troppo
Cantabile
Allegro
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