Trio Sonata in D major, Op.1 No.4 (Loeillet, John)

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For 2 Violins and Piano (Béon)

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Alexandre Béon (1862-1912), continuo realization

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Ernest Closson (1870-1950), introduction

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Paris: Henri Lemoine, 1911. Plate 20858.P.941.HL.

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Marked as (Sonata) No.11 (=??). Scan reduced to b&w, with stains and markings removed.

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General Information

Work Title Trio Sonata in D major
Alternative Title
Composer Loeillet, John
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.1 No.4
Key D major
Movements/Sections 4 movements
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Recorder, oboe, continuo


Misc. Comments

The introduction by Belgian musicologist Ernest Closson, after a few vague general historical remarks that throw no light on the sources for this edition, establishes that following the investigations of a Ghent archivist, V(ictor) van der Haeghen (1854 - 1916), the composer, Jean-Baptiste Loeillet, was born in Ghent 14th March 1653 and died "75 years later", a presumed fact he finds puzzling. He evokes the possibility of a mix-up, but does not mention "John" Loeillet, only one Jacques and one Etienne-Joseph, both Belgian and possibly related. Although he evokes the possibility of homonymity he does not realize there were two Jean-Baptistes, one in Ghent, and the other in London, both dying fairly young with different dates than the ones proposed here.

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