||Karl Marguerre (1906-1979)
||Celle: Moeck Verlag, 1960. Plate EM 1063.|URTEXT EDITION
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||Trio Sonata, W.B 40
||Bach, Johann Christian
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
||W.B 40 ; Op.8 No.6
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Allegro assai
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||flute, violin, continuo OR flute, obligato harpsichord
Exists in several manuscript sources which attribute this work to various composers (CPE/WF Bach, JG/CH Graun) and display various instrumental combinations including fl, vn, bc ; fl, cemb obligato ; 2 vn, bc. The instrumentation (flute, violin, cello (viola)) suggested in the Moeck Verlag edition is not original. Perhaps if the parts from this edition are found, they could be uploaded as arrangements.