Trio Sonata in G major, H.583 (Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel)

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Publisher. Info. Autograph, n.d. (1754)
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For 2 Violins, Piano, and Cello ad lib. (Fuchs)

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Arranger Albert Fuchs (1858—1910)
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Max Brockhaus, n.d.[1896]. Plate M.B. 271.
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Arranger Hugo Riemann (1849-1919)
Publisher. Info. Collegium Musicum, No.16
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel's Kammermusik-Bibliothek, n.d. Plate K.M. 1829/30.
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General Information

Work Title Trio Sonata in G major
Alternative. Title Sonata a due violini e basso
Composer Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. H. 583 ; Wq. 157
Key G major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1754
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 2 violins, continuo
Related Works Adapted from the Flute Sonata in G major, H.508


Misc. Comments

Grove lists H.508 as having three possible instrumentations, and gives it the title "Trio". CPE Bach wrote several works that are listed as Trios, but that have flexible scoring, one option being one instrument with keyboard; the right hand of the keyboard is the second melodic line. There is an interesting discussion of the flexibility of scoring in these works by Steven Zohn at http://www.cpebach.org/cpeb/pdfs/introductions/II-3-2-Intro.pdf;jsessionid...