Clementi not only dedicated himself to the piano as a virtuoso and composer but also as a teacher, music publisher and instrument maker – so it is no wonder that he was referred to as the “Father of the Piano Forte” at the time. Alongside basic educational works he also wrote a great many instructive sonatas and sonatinas that form the basis of piano tuition even today. The Sonata in G major – from his opus 37 that was published in 1798 – is a must for all budding pianists. This is reason enough for us to publish this work of medium level of difficulty in a reasonably priced single edition. It was previously only available in a collected edition (HN 330).