Solo Sonata in E minor (Geminiani, Francesco)

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Performances

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

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Misc. Notes Transposed to G minor. Harpsichord setting of the figured bass by the arranger.
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General Information

Work Title Flute Sonata in E minor
Alternative. Title
Composer Geminiani, Francesco
Key E minor
First Publication. 1731 – see below
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation solo instrument (flute or violin or oboe), continuo


Misc. Comments

Removed attribution to Geminiani (which is still on the typesets above) -- see RISM 806250937 - British Library ms copy "Add. 54194", ca.1771, attributed to nobody- only available source listed. Do we have anything better by way of authentication to trump that? ... No... - Schissel

I think yes. This sonata is No.3 of XII SONATE / a Flauto Traversie, o Violino, / o Hautbois e Basso Continuo. / Delli Compositioni / dei Gli Sign. / FRANCESCO GEMINIANI e E CASTRUCCI, published 1731 by Le céne, Amsterdam. The first 6 of these sonatas are attributed to Geminiani. - Notenschreiber

BTW, the sonata is well known as oboe sonata (Hortus musicus No. 178)

Yep, it's referred to as an oboe sonata in several recordings, I think (including the oboe and guitar performance I found on archive.org which actually first sent me looking for the score a few days ago :) ) - Schissel