12 Trio Sonatas, Op.1 (Corelli, Arcangelo)
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Scores and Parts
London: Walsh, n.d.(ca.1740).
Dedicated by Walsh to the Right Honorable John Lord Marquess of Mount Hermer
London: Preston, n.d.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
Cello part is figured and appears to be plates from an early 18th century edition.
Title: Twelve sonatas for two violins & a bass with a thorough bass for the organ or piano-forte, opera prima. Carefully revised & corrected
Sonata in F major (No.1)
Madrid: Vicente Ruiz
Sonata in B minor (No.6)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
Sonata in E minor (No.2)
For 3-Part Ensemble (Dich)
Transposed to D minor.
Part 1 instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet in E♭, clarinet in B♭, violin
Part 2 instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet in B♭, alto clarinet in E♭, violin, viola
Part 3 instruments: clarinet in B♭, alto clarinet in E♭, bass clarinet in B♭, contrabass clarinet in E♭, bassoon, violoncello, double bass
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
For 3 Guitars (Höger)
If performed I would look forward to a small reference to my efforts.
|Work Title||12 Trio Sonatas, Op.1|
|Alternative Title||Sonate a tre, doi Violini e Violone, o Arciliuto, col Basso per l'Organo|
|Dedication||Queen Christina Alexandra of Sweden|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||2 violins, violone/arciliuto, organ|
- Cello/violone part almost identical to continuo part.
- According to Grove Music, "The sheer number of reprints of his [Corelli's] collections is unmatched before Haydn: op.1, for example, went through 39 known editions between 1681 and 1790 (not counting collective editions of opp.1–4 and innumerable arrangements, selections and pastiches for all manner of instruments and even voices).
- This page is tagged for the first edition only.