Trio in D major, F.47 (Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann)



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Editor Ary van Leeuwen (1875-1953)
Publisher. Info. Sonate für 2 Flöten und Klavier.
Leipzig: Wilhelm Zimmermann, n.d.(1933). Plate Z. 11582.
Reprinted Frankfurt, n.d.(after 1950). Catalog ZM 1094
Misc. Notes 600 dpi. Mentioned in Acta Musicologica - Volumes 6-7 - Page 45 (1934) as having been published in 1933.
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General Information

Work Title Trio in D major
Alternative. Title Sonata; Trio a 2 Flauti e Cembalo Sigr W. F. Bach (from an early copy)
Composer Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. F.47 / B13
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWB 52
Key D major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Movements
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1740 ca. (not later than ca.1763; see below)
First Publication. 1933
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 Flutes and Continuo
Primary Sources mss copy of the parts, partially anonymous/unknown, partially by F. Baumann
18th-century copy LOC
ca.1763 mss copy by Johann Christian Bach and "Copyist of Halle"

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Most Baroque works we call "trio sonatas" were (it seems) called "sonatas" by their composers, and absent good evidence that "trio" was a contemporary name for them and not a later attachment, this is how we tag them. The early (18th-century, judges the Library of Congress) copy that does in fact so name it is probably sufficient to the task, though; the ca.1763 copy made partially by his brother Johann Christian, partially by an anonymous Halle copyist, held by S.A. Berlin, even moreso. - Schissel (note: the Zimmermann edition is mentioned as having been used for a concert in 1935 or so, in a contemporary (that is, 1935-or-so) issue of "The Sinfonian of Phi Mu Alpha".)