Trio Sonata in B-flat major (Keller, Gottfried)

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For Oboe, Trumpet and Organ (Rondeau)

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General Information

Work Title Trio Sonata in B-flat major
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Composer Keller, Gottfried
Key B-flat major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements
  1. Adagio-Allegro
  2. Allegro
  3. Adagio
  4. Allegro
First Publication. 1700
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 violins (violin, oboe), continuo

Misc. Comments

According to Wikipedia, Keller is best known for 6 trio sonatas for 2 flutes (or 2 violins- or maybe flute and violin, alternately?) and continuo. Despite stated instrumentation could this be one of that set? (I realize I already asked that, but didn't see that down there.

(Probably not- there's a recording (by the Parnassian Ensemble, on an Avie CD called A Noble Entertainment: Music from Queen Anne’s London) of one of those 6 trio sonatas (in a collection of works by different composers), no.4 in B, and it doesn't sound at all like this one, nor does it have the same movement trackings. Such sets tend - on the whole, usually, etc. - to have different keys, so guessing anyway that there's not another B sonata in the set, assuming that was the original key.

BTW who was the original publisher (1700 or ca.1700) of this one, any idea?...