Piano Sonata and Toccata, Op.11 (Clementi, Muzio)



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Editor First edition
Muzio Clementi ("Corrected by the author")
Publisher. Info. London: J. Kerpen, n.d. [1784].
Misc. Notes Cleaned, de-skewed, margins reduced and converted to monochrome.
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Coulonnus (2015/5/14)

Editor Antoine François Marmontel (1816-1898)
Publisher. Info. Paris:: Heugel & Cie, n.d.[1852]. Plate H. 1578.
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Nomis (2007/4/19)

Editor Clemens Schultze (1839-1900)
Publisher. Info. Clementi: Die beliebsten 10 Sonaten
Braunschweig: Henry Litolff's Verlag, No.327, n.d.
Misc. Notes he Toccata comes at the end of the well known Sonata Op.47 No.2 and the present Sonata shows up as Sonata Op.20.
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Fynnjamin (2018/9/29)

Publisher. Info. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, n.d. Plate 1179.
Misc. Notes Plates curiously seem to come from an English edition - the fingering is in the English style, with + denoting thumb (rather than figure 1)
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General Information

Work Title Toccata
Alternative. Title A Sonata for the Piano-Forte and a famous Toccata for the Harpsichord or Piano-Forte ; Toccata per Clavicembalo o Pianoforte ; Sonata
Composer Clementi, Muzio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.11
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IMC 11
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 sonata, 1 toccata:
  1. Sonata in E-flat major
    1. Allegro
    2. Larghetto con espressione
    3. Rondeau allegro di molto
  2. Toccata in B-flat major
    1. Prestissimo
First Publication. 1784
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano (or harpsichord)
Manuscript Sources Mss copy by Peter August, 1784-87. (D-LEu: N.I.10270)
Extra Information First printing of the Toccata in Paris by Bailleux (in Quatre Ouvertures ... et Deux Sonates), advertised April 1784 - an unauthorized edition, under the erroneous title Sonata. Hence the wording in the title of the first English edition (Kerpen; advertised May 1784): "famous Toccata" and "corrected by the Author".