L'écho du Danube, Op.9 (Schenck, Johann)

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 Complete Score
#162666 - 9.52MB, 48 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2) - V/V/V - 1237x

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PMLP230518-Schenck - Echo of the Danube (landscape facsimile).pdf
Publisher Info.:

Amsterdam: Estienne Roger, n.d.


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landscape format facsimile


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 Complete score
#112927 - 4.68MB, 40 pp. -  6.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (4) - V/V/V - 2354x

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TN-Schenck Echo cover.jpg
Publisher Info.:

Paris: Me. Boivin, Le Clerc, 1742


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Sonata I in D major

 Complete Score (EU)
#113004 - 2.65MB, 16 (tp, 15 music) pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - C*/69/V* - 1053x

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Ralph Theo Misch (2011/8/10)


Karl Heinz Pauls (fl.1956-fl.1975)

Publisher Info.:

Das Erbe Deutscher Musik, Vol. 67, Book 8
Kassel: Nagels Verlag, (1973).


Nagels Musik-Archiv 245
Kassel: Nagels Verlag, 1973. ("separate edition")


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General Information

Work Title L'Echo du Danube
Alternative Title Six sonates dont les deux premières sont à une viole de gambe et une basse continue, les deux suivantes à une viole de gambe et une basse continue ad libitum et les deux dernières a une viole de gambe seule
Composer Schenck, Johann
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.9
Movements/Sections 6 sonatas
First Publication 1742
Dedication Baron de Diamantenstein
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation viola da gamba; viola da gamba and continuo; viola da gamba, cello and continuo

Misc. Comments

Sonatas 1-2 v d g and b.c Sonatas 3-4 v d g cello and b.c Sonatas 5-6 solo v d g

Notation: vdg in s 1-4 mainly alto clef, cello in s 3-4 only bass clef. Even though ad lib, the cello part is quite elaborate. Many sections suit the modern viola.

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