Flute Sonata in B-flat major, H.552 (Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel)
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Instruments and tuning:
Flute by Goulding, late 1700's. Pitch: A=440 Hz.
The harpsichord was built by Pisarensis of Pisa in 1600. It is owned by Mr. and Mrs Philip Padelford, and held at the Music School of the University of Washington. It was restored by Lutz Bungart and Glenn White, and was lent for the recording by Terry Moore, then Director of Music at the University of Washington.
All tuning is mean-tone.
The bass was realized by Martha Goldstein.
|Work Title||Flute Sonata in B-flat major|
|Composer||Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||H.552 ; Wq.125|
|Year/Date of Composition||1738|
|First Publication||1954 ?|
|Composer Time Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||flute, basso continuo|
First publication 1954 or earlier (see Gustav Schreck (1849–1918)), editor. Also the first in the Ricordi series Florilegium Musicum,
There is, also, a microfilm manuscript copy at the Dutch Royal Library ("NMI mf Va/196 (1)") ("Afschrift Michel, laat 18e eeuw.")