Sonatas for an Accompanied Solo Instrument, Op.1 (Handel, George Frideric)
Scores and Parts
Amsterdam: Jeanne Roger, n.d.[ca.1727]. Plate 534.
Published as: Sonates pour un Traversiere, un Violon ou Hautbois con Basso Continuo. Though the title bears Jeanne Roger's imprint, the engraving was actually carried out by John Walsh.
London: John Walsh, n.d.. Plate 407.
Re-impression of John Walsh's previous edition (falsely published under Jeanne Roger's imprint), using mostly the same plates, with Sonatas Nos.10 and 12 replaced with other works.
Le S[ieu]r H, engraver.
Paris: Chez La Veuve Boivin, Le Clerc, Duval, n.d.[ca.1735].
The original in the possession of Mme Boivin mentioned on the title page is probably the Walsh edition, which seems to be reproduced exactly (even down to the spelling of 'harpsicord').
Leipzig: Unidentified publisher, n.d.(ca.1880).
This file is from the MIT archive project.
Fitzwilliam Sonatas, HWV 360, 362, 365, 367a, 369, 377
Arrangements and Transcriptions
Oboe Sonata in C minor
For Cello and Piano (Moffat)
|Work Title||Sonatas for an Accompanied Solo Instrument, Op.1|
|Alternative Title||Solos for a German Flute a Hoboy or Violin with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or Bass Violin|
|Composer||Handel, George Frideric|
Sonatas not by Handel are given in italics
|Instrumentation||Flute, Recorder, Oboe or Violin, Viola da Gamba and Continuo (Harpsichord, Cello or Bass Violin)|
|External Links||Sonatas for Instrument solo (Wikipedia)|
Walsh listing (Wikipedia)
Chrysander listing (Wikipedia)
|Extra Information||This page is for collections of Handel's sonatas for an accompanied solo instrument published at various times as his Op.1. It includes the 12 sonatas originally issued by Walsh in 1730 plus another two sonatas substituted by Walsh in a corrected 1732 reprint. Additionally, this page includes the 5 additional sonatas (another violin sonata, three early flute sonatas and a viola da gamba sonata) which appeared in Chrysander's 1879 volume (also in vols.27, 48 of the HGA).|