12 Violin Sonatas, Op.2 (Leclair, Jean-Marie)
Phillip Serna (viola da gamba)
New Comma Baroque
Matthew C. Cataldi, Baroque violin; Phillip W. Serna; Emily J. Morlan, harpsichord
New Comma Baroque
From the program Tous les Matins du Monde “All the Mornings of the World” – Music of the French Baroque by Chambonnières, DuBuisson, Leclair & Marais. Recorded March 27th-28th, 2012 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Crystal Lake, IL
Scores and Parts
Paris: l'Auteur, Le Sr. Boivin, Leclerc, n.d. 
Sonata No.1 in G minor
Transposed up a minor third. Created with Denemo, www.denemo.org. This is intended as a playing edition with the continuo player having three pages open for the movements extending over three pages.
Sonata No.8 in D major
Hugo Ruf (1925-1999), continuo realization
Vdg part uses alto and bass clefs, so viola players should use the Eitner ed. Alternate cello part (tenor and bass clefs) included. Also continuo cello part.
Sieur de Limouillet
|Work Title||12 Sonatas for Violin or Flute and Continuo (Book II)|
|Alternative Title||Second Livre de Sonates pour le Violon et pour la flute avec la basse continue|
|Movements/Sections||12 sonatas, 5, 3, 3, 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, 3, 3, 3, 4 movements
|Dedication||À Monsieur Bonnier de la Mosson|
|Instrumentation||Violin (or Flute) and Continuo; 1 sonata with additional Viola da Gamba|
This is opus 2 though not so labeled in the score. Note Wikipedia entry for composer.
There are two 18th c. printed versions of this set, dated 1728 and 1753. The latter scores no 8 for the 3 parts: 2 violins and bc, while the former scores it for flute/violin, viola da gamba, and continuo (harpsichord/cello). The vdg part assumes a 7-stringed instrument, making bar 43 of the 2nd movt difficult for a 6-stringed player.
A-R editions repub. for date 1728.