||Emilio Pente (1860–1929)
||6 Sonaten in Drei Suites für Zwei Violinen und Violoncell|
Hamburg: Hugo Thiemer, n.d.. Plate 604.
||Hamburg: Anton J. Benjamin, 1912.
||Revisione tecnica e parte di Pianoforte ad libitum di Emilio Pente - so now a piano quartet of unusual instrumentation (2 violins, cello, piano) or string trio (2 violins, cello) (the piano part is ad libitum) rather than a sonata for 2 violins and figured bass. The cello part (likewise the last page of the violin 2 part of the other sonata, by the way) is a scan of a very badly discolored source (basically why they use acid-free paper nowadays, I suspect). If it can be sharpened and its contrast improved, this would be appreciated. (The 2nd sonata is in 2 movements, this one (Capri 535/9) and another taken from another Tartini sonata that could not be identified at "press time".)
||Trio Sonata in D minor, Capri 535/9
||Sonata a Tre ; sonata for 2 violins and basso continuo
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- Allegro (F major)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 Violins, continuo
||RISM 000138680 (abschrift, Hargrove Library, Berkeley)
May have a Brainard number.