Trio Sonata, Op.3 No.2 (Nazaykinskaya, Olga)

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Recordings

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Performers Alexander Konstantinov (violin), Olga Zhukova (violin), Alexander Sheskin (cello), Tatiana Andrianova (harpsichord)
Publisher Info. recorded by Olga Nazaykinskaya
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Misc. Notes Version for 2 Violins (or violin and alto flute) and continuo. Record was made in Moscow at the concert on 2011-06-10
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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Misc. Notes Version for viola d'amore, viola and basso continuo (cello and harpsichord)
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Alto Flute, Violin and Continuo (Composer)

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Misc. Notes Version for violin, alto flute(G) and basso continuo (cello and harpsichord)
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General Information

Work Title Trio Sonata
Alternative. Title Sonate en trio en Ré majeur
Composer Nazaykinskaya, Olga
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.3 No.2
Key D major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements:
  1. Allegro con spirito
  2. Andante sostenuto
  3. Allegro moderato
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2010
First Performance. 2011-06-10 in Moscow: Alexander Konstantinov, Olga Zhukova, Alexander Sheskin, Tatiana Andrianova
Dedication Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Average DurationAvg. Duration 18-19 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation viola d'amore, viola, continuo

Misc. Comments

Trio-Sonata in D major was composed for tercentenary of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. Along with Fantasia and Fugue in E minor it constitutes a part of "Partitions Obscures". The 3-rd movement of Trio-Sonata was first performed by soloists of MSU Chamber Orchestra as "unknown" opus of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. The true authorship was revealed at the end of the concert.