Trio Sonata in F major, HWV 383 (Handel, George Frideric)
The attribution to Handel is doubtful
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Scores and Parts
Siegfried Flesch (1933-2007)
Hallische Händel-Ausgabe, Serie IV: Instrumentalmusik,
Band 9: Sechs Sonaten
Kassel: Deutsche Händelgesellschaft, 1976. Plate BA 4034.
scan: score scanned at 600dpi (High Quality Scanning)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Oboes, Bassoon or Cello and Piano (Seiffert)
|Work Title||Trio Sonata in F major|
|Composer||Handel, George Frideric|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||HWV 383|
|Movements/Sections||3 or 4:
|Average Duration||10 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||2 oboes, continuo|
- The attribution to Händel described as "doubtful" over at Allmusic.com - no.4 of a set of 6 trio sonatas that, according to Burney, were discovered by Hugh Hume, earl of Marchmont, during a visit to Germany in the 1720s-30s (according to the notes to the Hyperion recording of the sonatas - which continue that following the lead of the "German scholar Hugo Leichtentritt in the 1920s, many authorities simply could not accept that they were the work of a ten- or eleven- year old") - etc.
- Grove Music, though listing this in the "Doubtful and spurious" category, says the original instrumentation was oboe, violin, and continuo. Therefore tagged for both possibilities.