Cello Sonata in F major (Grazioli, Giovan Battista)

Contents

Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Editor Carl Schröder (1848-1935)
Publisher. Info. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1911. Plate A.401.
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Misc. Notes Cello Library no 31
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Arranger Joseph Salmon (1864-1943)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Société Anonyme des Editions Ricordi, 1918. Plate R.395.
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Misc. Notes This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Transposed to G major.
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For Violin and Piano (Salmon)

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Arranger Joseph Salmon (1864-1943)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Société anonyme des Éditions Ricordi, 1918. Plate R. 359.
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General Information

Work Title Cello Sonata in F Major
Alternative. Title
Composer Grazioli, Giovan Battista
Key F major
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Cello, piano (but see comments below)

Misc. Comments

  • Though Grazioli lived until 1820, Grove Music describes him as from a "school of composers in decline" and that he "still clearly preserves the use of a basso continuo". Not all of his instrumental works are listed, but of those that are, most involve harpsichord, except for one that is listed as "hpd/pf". This makes it more likely that the cello sonata originally had continuo accompaniment.