Arcangelo Corelli: Complete Violin And Trio Sonatas

Books | Violin, Cello, Piano

Publisher: Dover Publications
Format: Sheet Music | Score
A comprehensive collection of all 48 of the trio sonatas of Opp. 1, 2, 3 and 4 and all 12 of the violin sonatas Op. 5.
ISBN: 9780486272412
No of pages: 352
Language: English
Catalogue No: DP14804

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        Gateshead GB Amateur violinist
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        This is just the score - no violin or cello separate parts, so it is no good for playing.
        Confirmed purchase: 09 September 2016
        Published on: 27 September 2016

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        Musicroom Reviews

        A credible edition of both the violin sonatas and trio-sonatas for 2 violins and bass. For those who are not familiar with this type of repertoire , the violin sonatas are to be performed with a "basso continuo" accompaniment (i.e. cello or gamba and harpsichord or organ).The same can be said of the trio-sonatas. To mention the piano as a keyboard accompaniment is not historically correct although possible. In the XVII century the continuo group was far from being fixed and its instrumentation was un-regular and varied.
        Álvaro Pinto - (Lisbon)
        Lovely music, but the description wasn't clear enough - there are no separate parts, everything is in the same book so I've had to go back and buy another copy to be able to play it. Also - speaking as a pianist - playing the basso continuo part can be a bit unnerving when you suddenly encounter non-standard clefs mid-piece. The one which threw me wasn't treble or bass, and even my viola player did a double take and wasn't sure that it was a standard alto or tenor clef either! Otherwise, the music is fab and a great play.
        Anonymous - (Oxfordshire, United Kingdom)

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