3 Sonatas for Piano Trio, Op.12 (Gyrowetz, Adalbert)


Sheet Music


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Aldona Jones (2008/4/30)

Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Vienna: Artaria, n.d.(1795). Plate 604.
Misc. Notes This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
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Gyrowetz 3Trios Op12.pdf

Scores and Parts

1. Sonata in A major (Op.12 No.1)

PDF typeset by Steven Dunlop
J.C.F. Fischer (2009/3/25)

PDF typeset by Steven Dunlop
J.C.F. Fischer (2009/3/25)

PDF typeset by Steven Dunlop
J.C.F. Fischer (2009/3/25)

Editor Steven Dunlop
Publisher. Info. Nerstrand Music Publications, 2009
Misc. Notes High quality, offset ready. Typeset using Lilypond. Lilypond source files attached to the PDFs for the convenience of future editors.
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General Information

Work Title 3 Trio Sonatas
Alternative. Title 3 Sonatas for Harpsichord (or Piano), Violin (or Flute) and Violoncello, Op.12
Composer Gyrowetz, Adalbert
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.12
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 sonatas of 3 movements each (in A major, F major and C minor)
First Publication. 1795?
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Harpsichord (or Piano), Violin (or Flute), Violoncello
External Links RISM 230005751 (Leipzig copy, Pölitz collection)

Misc. Comments

Grove doesn't list the flute as an alternate for these sonatas, and although it is on the title page, it is clearly an afterthought, as an addition underneath the instrumentation line.

Well, the part has "Flauto o Violino", not "Violino o Flauto" in two lines- it's only on the front cover where there seems to be some doubt as to intentions, and even that front page might have been an engraver's design error requiring some cleverness before press time, or a who-knows... Op.12 looks far more scrawled-in on the copy sold to Sibley also. Odd, for an engraved issue... RISM gives the date as 1798 (hrm... maybe not... Pölitz 1798 suggests the date it was copied, or the date it came into Karl Heinrich Ludwig Pölitz's (1772–1838) hands (whether or not he was the copyist, it was in his collection).) - Schissel