Cello Sonata in G major (Guerini, Francesco)

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 Piano Score and Cello Part
#23250 - 2.38MB, 21 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 813x

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PMLP53102-Guerini - Cello Sonata in G Major cello piano.pdf
Editor:

Carl Schröder (1848-1935)

Publisher Info.:

Cello Library, No.33
Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1911. Plate A 528.

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Violin and Piano (Salmon)

 Piano Score
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 Cello Part
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PMLP53102-Guerini - Sonate in G Major Op1 No2 (Salmon) for cello and piano pno.pdf
Arranger:

Joseph Salmon (1864-1943)

Publisher Info.:

Paris: Société Anonyme des Editions Ricordi, 1918. Plate R.396.

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General Information

Work Title Cello Sonata in G major
Alternative Title
Composer Guerini, Francesco
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.1 No.2?
Movements/Sections 3 movements
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation violin, continuo?


Misc. Comments

It is unclear whether this is from the op.9 set of cello sonatas, but Grove lists that set as using harpsichord. His other works using keyboard are listed as either harpsichord or continuo, i.e. none of the originals used piano.

Actually, that set, near as I can tell, uses continuo - maybe? "Six Solos for a violoncello with a thorough bass for the harpsichord, compos'd by F. Guerini. Opera IX" is the original title, suggesting that only a bass is provided, to be filled in by the harpsichordist - hence, a "thorough bass for the harpsichord". - Schissel (WorldCat. I think this G major cello work is his opus 1 no.2, though, not from his opus 9. Just a guess.)
Further note: Guerini's Opus 1 No.2 is in G major! But it is not a cello sonata. His opus 1 were published ca.1740 and are "Sonates a violino con viola di gamba ó cembalo : opera prima". (Not at all saying that this is unlikely to be opus 1 no.2; just that
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