12 Trio Sonatas, Op.1 (Caldara, Antonio)

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Sonata No.1 in F major

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Editor Frederick F. Polnauer
Publisher. Info. Antiqua Series
Mainz: Schott, ANT 5365, 1967.
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Sonata No.4 in B major

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Editor Walter Upmeyer (1876-1961)
Publisher. Info. Nagel's Musik-Archiv, No.5
Hannover: Adolph Nagel's Verlag, 1927.
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Misc. Notes Originally attributed to Steffani (1927) Correctly attributed to Caldara 1934.
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Sonata No.5 in E minor

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Editor Frederick F. Polnauer
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Mainz: Schott, ANT 25, 1967.
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Sonata No.6 in C minor

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Editor Walter Upmeyer (1876-1961)
Publisher. Info. Nagel's Musik-Archiv, No.12
Hannover: Adolph Nagel's Verlag, 1928.
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Sonata No.7 in A major

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Editor Erich Schenk
Publisher. Info. Das Musikwerk, Vol.7
Cologne: Arno Volk Verlag, 1955.
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Sonata No.9 in B minor

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Editor Erich Schenk (1902-1974)
Publisher. Info. Diletto musicale, No.441
Vienna: Ludwig Doblinger, 1951.
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General Information

Work Title 12 Trio Sonatas, Op.1
Alternative. Title Suonate da chiesa a tre
Composer Caldara, Antonio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.1
First Publication. 1693
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 violins, continuo


Misc. Comments

Only two sets of 12 sonatas, Opp. 1 and 2, were printed in Caldara's lifetime. However, 8 solo violin sonatas and 8 further trio sonatas are extant in manuscript.
The earlier attribution to Steffani by Hugo Riemann and Andreas Moser was due to the name appearing on an ms in the Hamburger Staatsbibliothek. The first printed edition (1700 by Roger of Amsterdam) is available in the Vienna Hofbibliothek, the Liceo Musicale in Bologna and in the British Library.