Piano Duet, 2 Sonatas and 3 Fugues, Op.6 (Clementi, Muzio)

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Publisher. Info. London: Longman & Broderip, n.d.[1795].
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Misc. Notes A favorite duett for two performers on one piano forte or harpsichord
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Work Title Piano Duet, 2 Sonatas and 3 Fugues, Op.6
Alternative. Title Un Duo et deux sonates pour le forte-piano ou le clavecin avec accompagnement d'un violon, & trois fugues pour le clavecin
Composer Clementi, Muzio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.6
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IMC 23
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 duet, 2 sonatas, 3 fugues:
  1. Duet Sonata for Piano 4-Hands in C major
  2. Sonata in E major
  3. Sonata in E major
  4. Fugue in C minor
  5. Fugue in C major
  6. Fugue in E minor
First Publication. 1781 (Paris: Bailleux)
Dedication Comtesse de Sayn-Wittgenstein
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano (or harpsichord) 4-hands; piano (or harpsichord), violin (ad lib.); piano (or harpsichord) solo
Related Works Revised versions of the fugues appear in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (Fugue 1 = Ex.45; Fugue 2 = Ex.13; Fugue 3 = Ex.74)
Extra Information The duet and 2 sonatas were somewhat confusingly later published c.1790-95 in London by Clementi along with the 3 sonatas from Op.5, under the title: "A Duett and Five Sonatas for the piano-forte or harpsichord with a violin accompaniment" and designated Op.4.